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Google Translate - select your language from the list shown below this will open a new external page. The prevailing view is that neural cells are initially induced with anterior forebrain identity; caudalizing signals then convert a proportion to posterior fates spinal cord. To test this model, we used chromatin accessibility to define how cells adopt region-specific neural fates.
Clinical Neuroembryology. Development and Developmental Disorders of the Human Central Nervous System. Authors: ten Donkelaar, Dr. Hans J., Lammens, . Clinical Neuroembryology: Development and Developmental Disorders of the Human Central Nervous System: Medicine & Health Science.
Together with genetic and biochemical perturbations, this identified a developmental time window in which genome-wide chromatin-remodeling events preconfigure epiblast cells for neural induction. Contrary to the established model, this revealed that cells commit to a regional identity before acquiring neural identity. Bibliography Ebooks Electronic books Electronic books. Illustrated text. Internet Resources.
Related Internet Resources. Summary Abstract: Publisher-supplied data The spectacular progress in developmental neurobiology, the dramatic advances in neuro genetics and the high resolution of the modern imaging techniques applicable to developmental disorders of the human brain and spinal cord have created a novel insight into the developmental history of the central nervous system CNS.
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