SP8 regulates signaling centers during craniofacial development.

@article{Kasberg2013SP8RS,
  title={SP8 regulates signaling centers during craniofacial development.},
  author={Abigail D. Kasberg and Eric W. Brunskill and S Steven Potter},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={381 2},
  pages={
          312-23
        }
}
Much of the bone, cartilage and smooth muscle of the vertebrate face is derived from neural crest (NC) cells. During craniofacial development, the anterior neural ridge (ANR) and olfactory pit (OP) signaling centers are responsible for driving the outgrowth, survival, and differentiation of NC populated facial prominences, primarily via FGF. While much is known about the functional importance of signaling centers, relatively little is understood of how these signaling centers are made and… CONTINUE READING
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