Morphological and molecular studies of germ layer differentiation in the early mammalian embryo

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  title={Morphological and molecular studies of germ layer differentiation in the early mammalian embryo},
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  year={2009}
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  • Published 2009
Differentiation of the principal body axes in the early vertebrate embryo is based on a specific blueprint of gene expression and a series of transient axial structures such as Hensen’s node and the notochord of the late gastrulation phase. Prior to gastrulation, the anterior visceral endoderm (AVE) of the mouse egg-cylinder or the anterior marginal crescent (AMC) of the rabbit embryonic disc marks the anterior pole of the embryo. For phylogenetic and functional reasons both these entities are… CONTINUE READING
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