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The neural crest

by Nicole Le Douarin

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neural crest.,
  • Neural crest.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNicole Le Douarin.
    SeriesDevelopmental and cell biology series ;, 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL938.N48 L4 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 259 p. :
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3481821M
    ISBN 100521247705
    LC Control Number82001183

    The neural crest (NC) is a group of transient pluripotent cells induced by complex morphogen signals at the neural-epidermis border (3). Border region genes such as Pax3, Zic1, Msx1, and Sox melanocyte - (Greek, melanos = black) A pigmented cell, neural crest in origin, differentiating from melanoblasts located in the skin and other tissues that produces melanin. The melanocytes within the integument (skin) transfer melanin to keratinocytes to give skin colour and to .

    Neural crest cells are a group of temporary, multipotent (can give rise to some other types of cells but not all) cells that are pinched off during the formation of the neural tube (precursor to the spinal cord and brain) and therefore are found at the dorsal (top) region of the neural tube during development. They are derived from the ectoderm germ layer, but are sometimes called the fourth TE: E Genre/Form: Neural crest: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Le Douarin, Nicole, Neural crest. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York: Cambridge.

    With Picmonic, facts become pictures. We've taken what the science shows - image mnemonics work - but we've boosted the effectiveness by building and associating memorable characters, interesting audio stories, and built-in quizzing to help you ace your Neural . Cardiac neural crest cells → Cardiac neural crest – In line with other entries including Cranial neural crest and Trunk neural crest Iztwoz , 28 December (UTC) Agree also the article refers to the combined group of cells (ie. the neural crest which they form) rather than the individual cells themselves, so it makes sense to move.


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The neural crest by Nicole Le Douarin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Although derived from the ectoderm, the neural crest has sometimes been called the fourth germ layer because of its importance. It has even been said, perhaps hyperbolically, that “the only interesting thing about vertebrates is the neural crest” (quoted in Thorogood ).

The neural crest cells originate at the dorsalmost region of the neural by: 6. The neural crest is a transient embryonic structure in vertebrates that gives rise to most of the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and to several non-neural cell types, including smooth muscle The neural crest book of the cardiovascular system, pigment cells in the skin, and craniofacial bones, cartilage, and connective tissue.

Although neural crest cells undergo developmental restrictions with time, at least Cited by: Neural Crest Cells: Evolution, Development and Disease summarizes discoveries of historical significance and provides in-depth, current analyses of the evolution of neural crest cells, their contribution to embryo development, and their roles in disease.

In addition, prospects for tissue engineering, repair and regeneration are covered, offering a timely synthesis of the current knowledge.

Neural crest cells are an evolutionary marvel and are essential for vertebrate body formation. 1 As multipotent cells, neural crest cells differentiate into a wide array of tissues, yet their duration as a distinct embryonic lineage is short.

The biogenesis of the neural crest begins very early in development following the establishment of the embryonic axes. Neural crest, group of embryonic cells that are pinched off during the formation of the neural tube (the precursor of the spinal cord) but that do not remain as a part of the central nervous cells of the neural crest migrate to numerous locations in the body and contribute to the formation of diverse structures, mostly associated with the nervous system.

After gastrulation, neural crest cells are specified at the border of the neural plate and the The neural crest book neurulation, the borders of the neural plate, also known as the neural folds, converge at the dorsal midline to form the neural tube.

Subsequently, neural crest cells from the roof plate of the neural tube undergo an epithelial to mesenchymal transition, delaminating from MeSH: D The neural crest is a multipotent population of migratory cells unique to the vertebrate embryo. Neural crest cells form at the neural plate border during gastrulation and, around the time of neural tube closure, leave the neuroepithelium to produce a diverse array of cell types, contributing to multiple organ systems.

The ontogeny of the neural crest embodies the most important issues in developmental biology, as the neural crest is considered to have played a crucial role in evolution of the vertebrate phylum.\" \"This new edition also covers recent advances in our understanding of markers of neural crest cell subpopulations.

The book offers readers an understanding of the development of neural crest cells, which is crucial as many birth defects and tumours are of neural crest origin. The neural crest is a transient tissue of the vertebrate embryo. It originates from the future spinal cord and neural crest stem cells emigrate from this location to various places in.

This edition of The Neural Crest contains comprehensive information about the neural crest, a structure unique to the vertebrate embryo, which has only a transient existence in early embryonic life. The ontogeny of the neural crest embodies the most important issues in developmental biology, as the neural crest is considered to have played a crucial role in evolution of the vertebrate phylum.5/5(2).

The ontogeny of the neural crest embodies the most important issues in developmental biology, as the neural crest is considered to have played a crucial role in evolution of the vertebrate phylum. This revised edition includes new data that analyze neural crest ontogeny in murine and zebrafish : Nicole M.

Le Douarin. The major research breakthrough since the first edition has been the introduction of molecular biology to neural crest research, enabling an elucidation of many molecular mechanisms of neural crest development.

This book is essential reading for students and researchers in developmental biology, cell biology, and neuroscience. neural crest neuroectodermal cells that originate in the dorsal aspect of the neural folds or neural tube.

These cells leave the neural tube or folds and differentiate into various cell types including posterior-root ganglion cells; autonomic ganglion cells; the chromaffin cells of the suprarenal medulla; Schwann cells; sensory ganglia cells of.

The evolution of the neural crest sheds light on many of the oldest unanswered questions in developmental biology, including the role of germ layers in early embryogenesis, the development of the nervous system, how the vertebrate head arose developmentally and evolutionarily, and how growth factors and Hox genes direct cell differentiation and embryonic by: Neural crest definition, a group of ectodermal cells that develop into a variety of tissues, including spinal and autonomic ganglia, connective tissue around the brain and.

Neural crest. A strip of ectodermal material in the early vertebrate embryo inserted between the prospective neural plate and epidermis. After closure of the neural tube the crest cells migrate into the body and give rise to parts of the neural system: the main part of the visceral cranium, the mesenchyme, the chromaffin cells, and pigment cells.

Neural crest cells are multipotent cells required for the development of cells, tissues and organ systems. A subpopulation of neural crest cells are the cardiac neural crest complex refers to the cells found amongst the midotic placode and somite 3 destined to undergo epithelial-mesenchymal transformation and migration to the heart via pharyngeal arches 3, 4 and : E The neural crest is a transient embryonic structure in vertebrates that gives rise to most of the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and to several non-neural cell types, including smooth muscle cells of the cardiovascular system, pigment cells in the skin, and craniofacial bones, cartilage, and connective tissue.

Neural crest definition is - the ridge of one of the folds forming the neural tube that gives rise to the spinal ganglia and various structures of the autonomic nervous system. This book provides techniques, from those that have been used extensively since the very first investigations into neural crest cells to those that are currently cutting-edge, in order to explore the development of neural crest cells in human, mice, rat, chick, quail, medaka, and shark.

Neural CrestEarly in the process of development, vertebrate embryos develop a fold on the neural plate where the neural and epidermal ectoderms meet, called the neural crest.

The neural crest produces neural crest cells (NCCs), which become multiple different cell types and contribute to. This latest book in a succession of texts and articles devoted to the neural crest, first identified in and subsequently, conveys the most up-to-date research in this enigmatic : G.

H. Sperber.This detailed book provides a wide range of techniques, from those that have been used extensively since the very first investigations into neural crest cells to those that are currently cutting-edge, in order to explore the development of neural crest cells in human, mice, rat, chick, quail, medaka, and shark.