Neural crest cell migration: requirements for exogenous fibronectin and high cell density

@article{Rovasio1983NeuralCC,
  title={Neural crest cell migration: requirements for exogenous fibronectin and high cell density},
  author={Roberto Am{\'e}rico Rovasio and Annie Delouv{\'e}e and Kenneth M Yamada and Rupert Timpl and Jean Paul Thiery},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1983},
  volume={96},
  pages={462 - 473}
}
Cells of the neural crest participate in a major class of cell migratory events during embryonic development. From indirect evidence, it has been suggested that fibronectin (FN) might be involved in these events. We have directly tested the role of FN in neural crest cell adhesion and migration using several in vitro model systems. Avian trunk neural crest cells adhered readily to purified plasma FN substrates and to extracellular matrices containing cellular FN. Their adhesion was inhibited by… CONTINUE READING

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