Articles tagués retinoic acid

Zebrafish limb development is triggered by a retinoic acid signal during gastrulation

Zebrafish limb development is triggered by a retinoic acid signal during gastrulation

Heiner Grandel, Michael Brand

Developmental Dynamics Volume 240, Issue 5, pages 1116–1126, May 2011 doi: 10.1002/dvdy.22461

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Retinoic Acid Signaling Organizes Endodermal Organ Specification along the Entire Antero-Posterior Axis

Retinoic Acid Signaling Organizes Endodermal Organ Specification along the Entire Antero-Posterior Axis.

Bayha E, Jørgensen MC, Serup P, Grapin-Botton A (2009)

PLoS ONE 4(6): e5845. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0005845

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Retinoic acid signaling is required during early chick limb development

Retinoic acid signaling is required during early chick limb development

JA Helms, CH Kim, G Eichele and C Thaller

Development 122: 1385-1394.

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Vitamin A Requirement for Early Cardiovascular Morphogenesis Specification in the Vertebrate Embryo: Insights from the Avian Embryo

Vitamin A Requirement for Early Cardiovascular Morphogenesis Specification in the Vertebrate Embryo: Insights from the Avian Embryo

Maija H. Zile

Experimental Biology and Medicine 229:598-606 (2004)

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Figure 1. Ventral view of normal (N) and vitamin A–deficient (VAD) quail embryos at ~72 hrs of development. Note the looped heart (arrow) and the extensive vascular networks (arrowheads) in the normal embryo. The vitelline veins link the normal embryo to the extraembryonal circulation. In the VAD embryo, the heart does not loop, is enlarged and ballooned, has no chambers, and is closed at the site of the inflow tract. The extraembryonal vascular networks do not form in the VAD embryo, thus there is no circulation. The VAD embryo will die by ~3.5 days of development. There are no survivors.

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Cell signaling directing the formation and function of hemogenic endothelium during murine embryogenesis

Cell signaling directing the formation and function of hemogenic endothelium during murine embryogenesis
Lauren C. Goldie, Jennifer L. Lucitti, Mary E. Dickinson, and Karen K. Hirschi
BLOOD, 15 Oct 2008, vol 112, n° 8:3194-3204
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All-trans retinoic acid-induced ectopic limb and caudal structures: murine strain sensitivities and pathogenesis

All-trans retinoic acid-induced ectopic limb and caudal structures: murine strain sensitivities and pathogenesis.

Liao X, Collins MD.

Dev Dyn (2008 ) vol. 237 (6) pp. 1553-64

Pas très mécanique comme processus, mais on s’en fout non ? 🙂

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