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The role of the adherens junction protein alphaN-catenin in neural crest-derived trigeminal ganglia formation
Neural crest cells (NCCs), a transient, multipotent population of cells that arise during neurulation, are a class of cells crucial to normal vertebrate development. NCCs must be tightly regulated by molecular and structural ...
CELLULAR PATHWAYS INVOLVED IN EPITHELIAL-TO-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITIONS IN NEURAL CREST CELLS
Neural crest cells are a population of multi-potent progenitor cells in the developing vertebrate embryo that undergo an epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and migrate extensively to generate diverse derivatives. ...
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING CADHERIN-6B INTERNALIZATION IN PREMIGRATORY CRANIAL NEURAL CREST CELLS DURING THEIR EPITHELIAL-TO-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION
The generation of migratory cells from immotile precursors occurs frequently throughout development and is crucial to the formation and maintenance of a functioning organism. This phenomenon, called an epithelial-to-mesenchymal ...
ROLE OF ANNEXIN A6 IN SENSORY NEURONS DURING EARLY CHICK CRANIAL GANGLIA DEVELOPMENT
The cranial sensory ganglia are created from neural crest cells and placode cell-derived neurons. Defects in the migration and interaction of these cells can cause abnormalities in craniofacial development and the sensory ...
MODULATING KEY GENES INVOLVED IN PANCREAS FORMATION AND INSULIN SIGNALING USING CRISPR/CAS9 IN THE PIG
Among the metabolic diseases, diabetes remains a “pressing problem” as recognized by World Health Organization, not only due to the impact on individuals’ lives, but also because of the rapid increase in newly diagnosed ...