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Journal: Development
Development (2023) 150 (5): dev201189.
Published: 9 March 2023
... in palatogenesis through the control of ciliary homeostasis, which establishes a new mechanism for Wnt-regulated craniofacial morphogenesis. Fig. 3. Osr2-Cre;β-catenin fl/fl mice display decreased proliferation of the mesenchymal cells. (A,D) DAPI staining of control (A) and Osr2-Cre;β-catenin fl/fl...
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Journal: Development
Development (2020) 147 (21): dev189241.
Published: 13 July 2020
...Kendall J. Lough; Danielle C. Spitzer; Abby J. Bergman; Jessica J. Wu; Kevin M. Byrd; Scott E. Williams; Sally Dunwoodie; John Wallingford ABSTRACT Cleft palate (CP), one of the most common congenital conditions, arises from failures in secondary palatogenesis during embryonic development. Several...
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Journal: Development
Development (2017) 144 (20): 3819–3828.
Published: 15 October 2017
... Wnt signaling and led to the growth and fusion of palatal shelves, as marked by an increase in cell proliferation and osteogenesis in utero , while other organ defects were not corrected. This work underscores the importance of Pax9-dependent Wnt signaling in palatogenesis and suggests...
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Journal: Development
Development (2012) 139 (2): 231–243.
Published: 15 January 2012
...Jeffrey O. Bush; Rulang Jiang Mammalian palatogenesis is a highly regulated morphogenetic process during which the embryonic primary and secondary palatal shelves develop as outgrowths from the medial nasal and maxillary prominences, respectively, remodel and fuse to form the intact roof...
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Journal: Development
Development (2003) 130 (21): 5269–5280.
Published: 1 November 2003
... a crucial, cell-autonomous role in regulating the fate of CNC cells during palatogenesis. During skull development, disruption of TGFβ signaling in the CNC severely impairs cell proliferation in the dura mater, consequently resulting in calvaria agenesis. We provide in vivo evidence that TGFβ signaling...
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Journal: Development
Development (1990) 109 (3): 585–595.
Published: 1 July 1990
... kératinocytes of the embryonic skin at a time when the rate of kératinocyte cell division would be slowing. * To whom correspondence should be addressed © 1990 by Company of Biologists 1990 TGF beta in situ hybridisation mouse embryo palatogenesis The murine secondary palate...