Lymphatic fate determination

@article{Deng2013LymphaticFD,
  title={Lymphatic fate determination},
  author={Yong Deng and M. Simons},
  journal={Cell Cycle},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={1157 - 1158}
}
The mammalian circulation is composed of three distinct vascular networks: arterial, venous and lymphatic. Their distinct identities are established by endothelial cell fate specification that occurs during embryonic development. While arteries and veins form at the early stage of embryonic development, lymphatic vessels are thought to originate from veins1 at a later time point. In mouse, this process begins at E9.5, when a subset of cardinal vein endothelial cells in its dorsolateral portion… Expand
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