The transcriptome of early chicken embryos reveals signaling pathways governing rapid asymmetric cellularization and lineage segregation.

@article{Hwang2018TheTO,
  title={The transcriptome of early chicken embryos reveals signaling pathways governing rapid asymmetric cellularization and lineage segregation.},
  author={Young Sun Hwang and Minseok Seo and Bo Ram Lee and Hong Jo Lee and Young Hyun Park and Sang Kyung Kim and Hyung Chul Lee and Hee Jung Choi and Joon Yoon and Heebal Kim and Jae Yong Han},
  journal={Development},
  year={2018},
  volume={145 6}
}
The phylogenomics and comparative functional genomics of avian species were investigated in the Bird 10,000 Genomes (B10K) project because of the important evolutionary position of birds and their value as a research model. However, the systematic profiling of transcriptional changes prior to oviposition has not been investigated in avian species because of the practical difficulties in obtaining pre-oviposited eggs. In this study, a total of 137 pre-oviposited embryos were collected from hen… CONTINUE READING
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