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Epithelial bridging of the primary palate: I. Characterization of sub-cultured epithelial cells.

@article{Gibson1989EpithelialBO,
  title={Epithelial bridging of the primary palate: I. Characterization of sub-cultured epithelial cells.},
  author={Toni Lynn Gibson and Ana Maria Bolognese and Cdr Debra O. Maddrell and A. J. Steffek and David P Forbes},
  journal={Journal of craniofacial genetics and developmental biology},
  year={1989},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={
          349-66
        }
}
Primary palatogenesis involves an intricate array of events. Cell migration, proliferation, differentiation, programmed death, and fusion occur. Prior to fusion, the morphology of the epithelium undergoes marked changes. Epithelial projections form and extend across the fusion site attaching by filopodia to the opposite prominence. By appearance, the epithelium plays a critical role in facial development. In order to monitor epithelial activities, a study was done to isolate and characterize… 
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