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- At embryonic day (E) 10 the lens vesicle in these homozygotes buds out from the surface ectoderm.
- At this stage the forebrain grows upwards and the optic vesicles continue to balloon outwards: they contact the surface ectoderm and induce the lens placode.
- Periderm - During the fourth week, the surface ectoderm proliferates to produce this superficial epidermal cell layer.
- In ectoderm-derived tissues, Sema3D is expressed broadly in the surface ectoderm, lens and nasal placodes.
- Thus, structures of the mouth, including the epithelium of the vestibule, gums, and hard palate, develop from surface ectoderm.
- To determine whether Gα 13 in surface ectoderm might also contribute to neural tube closure, we generated surface ectoderm-specific Gα 13 knockouts.
- Par1 and Par2 were expressed in surface ectoderm, and Par2 was expressed selectively along the line of closure.
- Once inside, they induce the cells which reside over them, the surface ectoderm cells, to develop into the neural tube.
- Thus, Rac1 function was not required for the survival of surface ectoderm cells.
- The surface ectoderm and the mesoderm under it eventually become the cornea and the eyelids respectively.
- The surface ectoderm expresses BMP-4 and we show that it is required for the maintenance of high-level BMP-4 expression in lateral plate mesoderm.
- Midline and dorsolateral bending are regulated by mutually antagonistic signals from the notochord and surface ectoderm.
- Unlike the chick, Bmp4 was not expressed in the dorsal neural tube but was expressed in the surface ectoderm (data not shown; Winnier et al.
- The neural crest is a multipotent, migratory cell population arising from the border of the neural and surface ectoderm.
- The neural crest is a population of cells that differentiates at the boundary between the neural tube and the surface ectoderm.
- The region of the embryo that lies between the newly formed neural tube and the surface ectoderm is composed of the neural crest cells.
- The root cause of an encephalocele is the failure of surface ectoderm to separate from the neuroectoderm early in embryonic development.
- In vertebrates, the ectoderm has three parts: external ectoderm (also known as surface ectoderm), the neural crest, and neural tube.
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- Neural Crest
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