Identification and characterisation of genes which are critical for murine gastrulation
Gastrulation, a critical stage of embryogenesis, converts a group of relatively undifferentiated cells into the body plan of the growing foetus. Embryonic cells are allocated to one of three definitive germs layers and are organised with respect to three embryonic axes (anterior-posterior, dorsal-ventral and left-right). By the end of gastrulation the primordia of most organs and physiological systems have been established. In mammals, gastrulation occurs just...[Show more]
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