Plasticity of endothelial cells during arterial-venous differentiation in the avian embryo.

@article{Moyon2001PlasticityOE,
  title={Plasticity of endothelial cells during arterial-venous differentiation in the avian embryo.},
  author={Delphine Moyon and Luc Pardanaud and Li An Yuan and Christine Breant and A. R. Eichmann},
  journal={Development},
  year={2001},
  volume={128 17},
  pages={3359-70}
}
Remodeling of the primary vascular system of the embryo into arteries and veins has long been thought to depend largely on the influence of hemodynamic forces. This view was recently challenged by the discovery of several molecules specifically expressed by arterial or venous endothelial cells. We here analysed the expression of neuropilin-1 and TIE2, two transmembrane receptors known to play a role in vascular development. In birds, neuropilin-1 was expressed by arterial endothelium and wall… CONTINUE READING

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