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Making of the nerve cord: The story of telling neural progenitors when and where not to divide

Posted by on May 5th, 2017

Comment on “Anterior-Posterior Gradient in Neural Stem and Daughter Cell Proliferation Governed by Spatial and Temporal Hox Control”, Current Biology 27, 1161-1172 (2017). Ignacio Monedero, Behzad Yaghmaeian, Stefan Thor. Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Linkoping University, Sweden.   How cells are generated in proper numbers in order to form specific structures in an organism[…]

In Development this week (Vol 137, Issue 20)

Posted by on September 28th, 2010

A fateful look at early mouse lineage specification The first cell lineages specified in the mouse embryo are the trophectoderm (TE), which generates the embryonic portion of the placenta, and the inner cell mass (ICM). The ICM subsequently forms the pluripotent epiblast (EPI, which produces the embryo) and the primitive endoderm (PrE, which generates other[…]