Epiblast and primitive-streak origins of the endoderm in the gastrulating chick embryo.

@article{Lawson2003EpiblastAP,
  title={Epiblast and primitive-streak origins of the endoderm in the gastrulating chick embryo.},
  author={Aaron Lawson and Gary C Schoenwolf},
  journal={Development},
  year={2003},
  volume={130 15},
  pages={3491-501}
}
Gastrulation is characterized by the extensive movements of cells. Fate mapping is used to follow such cell movements as they occur over time, and prospective fate maps have been constructed for several stages of the model organisms used in modern studies in developmental biology. In chick embryos, detailed fate maps have been constructed for both prospective mesodermal and ectodermal cells. However, the origin and displacement of the prospective endodermal cells during crucial periods in… CONTINUE READING

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