Epithelial nephrogenesis

@article{Horster1997EpithelialN,
  title={Epithelial nephrogenesis},
  author={Michael F. Horster and Stephan M Huber and Johannes Tsch{\"o}p and Gregor Dittrich and Gerald Stefan Braun},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={1997},
  volume={434},
  pages={647-660}
}
 The metanephric, or definitive, kidney forms as a result of inductive processes between tissues of two distinct embryologic orgins, the metanephric mesenchymal blastema and the ureteric bud. After inductive signalling between these primordial tissues, mesenchymal cells aggregate next to the branching ureteric bud tip, convert to epithelial cells and differentiate into the diverse cell populations of the nephron. The ureteric bud enters branching morphogenesis and gives rise to the collecting… CONTINUE READING
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