Igor Adameyko, Patrik Ernfors


Cell Cycle


Embryonic development is a highly sophisticated process whereby different cell types are produced in the correct spatio-temporal order and then organized into tissues of the growing embryo. As complexity of the developing embryo increases with time, different mechanisms have evolved at different times of development for generating cellular elements and positioning them in the correct spatial and cellular context. Formation of the vertebrate peripheral nervous system (PNS) is an elegant example of how evolution has solved the ...

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