Hooper/Jones/Williams. RNA Dynamics in the Developing Mouse Face

Trevor Williams, Joan Hooper & Kenneth Jones
Craniofacial morphogenesis is a complex process requiring coordinated proliferation, movement and differentiation of six distinct facial prominences. The complexity of this process leaves it vulnerable to environmental and genetic perturbations, such that craniofacial malformations are one of the most common classes of birth defects. Facial prominences are made up of a mono-layer of ectoderm encasing a large core of neural crest- and mesodermally-derived mesenchymal cells. Signaling from this minor population of ectodermal cells directs and...
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