Paraxial mesoderm contributes stromal cells to the developing kidney.

@article{Guillaume2009ParaxialMC,
  title={Paraxial mesoderm contributes stromal cells to the developing kidney.},
  author={Richard Guillaume and Michel Bressan and Doris A Herzlinger},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={329 2},
  pages={169-75}
}
The development of most, if not all, tubular organs is dependent on signaling between epithelial and stromal progenitor populations. Most often, these lineages derive from different germ layers that are specified during gastrulation, well in advance of organ condensation. Thus, one of the first stages of organogenesis is the integration of distinct progenitor populations into a single embryonic rudiment. In contrast, the stromal and epithelial lineages controlling renal development are both… CONTINUE READING
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