Spatio-temporal control of neural epithelial cell migration and epithelium-to-mesenchyme transition during avian neural tube development.

Abstract

As opposed to the neural crest, the neural epithelium is generally viewed as a static and cohesive structure. Here, using an ex vivo system free of the environmental influences and physical constraints encountered in the embryo, we show that neural epithelial cells are on the contrary intrinsically motile, although they do not undergo spontaneous epithelium… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-169X.2009.01076.x

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@article{Duband2009SpatiotemporalCO, title={Spatio-temporal control of neural epithelial cell migration and epithelium-to-mesenchyme transition during avian neural tube development.}, author={Jean-Loup Duband and C{\'e}drine Blavet and Artem Jarov and Claire Fournier-Thibault}, journal={Development, growth & differentiation}, year={2009}, volume={51 1}, pages={25-44} }