The left-right axis in the mouse: from origin to morphology.

@article{Shiratori2006TheLA,
  title={The left-right axis in the mouse: from origin to morphology.},
  author={Hidetaka Shiratori and Hiroshi Hamada},
  journal={Development},
  year={2006},
  volume={133 11},
  pages={2095-104}
}
The past decade or so has seen rapid progress in our understanding of how left-right (LR) asymmetry is generated in vertebrate embryos. However, many important questions about this process remain unanswered. Although a leftward flow of extra-embryonic fluid in the node cavity (nodal flow) is likely to be the symmetry-breaking event, at least in the mouse embryo, it is not yet known how this flow functions or how the asymmetric signal generated in the node is transferred to the lateral plate… CONTINUE READING
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