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Organogenesis in Development

Organogenesis in development

Understanding organogenesis is central to current efforts to direct stem cell differentiation and function in the context of a complex organ. Defects in organogenesis are often the major manifestations of human genetic disease syndromes. This volume describes the development of 10 major organ systems, reviewed by experts in each, to provide an up-to-date overview for researchers within and outside the field, students, teachers and clinicians.

 

Audience
Researchers in cell, developmental, and molecular biology; genetics

Hardbound, 456 Pages

Published: August 2010

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-380912-4

Contents

    1. How to Make a Heart: The Origin and Regulation of Cardiac
    2. Progenitor Cells

      Ste´phane D. Vincent and Margaret E. Buckingham

    3. Vascular Development-Genetic Mechanisms and Links to
    4. Vascular Disease

      John C. Chappell and Victoria L. Bautch

    5. Lung Organogenesis
    6. David Warburton, Ahmed El-Hashash, Gianni Carraro, Caterina Tiozzo,

      Frederic Sala, Orquidea Rogers, Stijn De Langhe, Paul J. Kemp,

      Daniela Riccardi, John Torday, Saverio Bellusci, Wei Shi,

      Sharon R Lubkin, and Edwin Jesudason

    7. Transcriptional Networks and Signaling Pathways that Govern
    8. Vertebrate Intestinal Development

      Joan K. Heath

    9. Kidney Development: Two Tales of Tubulogenesis
    10. Melissa Little, Kylie Georgas, David Pennisi, and Lorine Wilkinson

    11. The Game Plan: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of
    12. Mammalian Testis Development

      Elanor N. Wainwright and Dagmar Wilhelm

    13. Building Pathways for Ovary Organogenesis in the
    14. Mouse Embryo

      Chia-Feng Liu, Chang Liu, and Humphrey H-C Yao

    15. Vertebrate Skeletogenesis
    16. Ve´ronique Lefebvre and Pallavi Bhattaram

    17. The Molecular Regulation of Vertebrate Limb Patterning
    18. Natalie C. Butterfield, Edwina McGlinn, and Carol Wicking

    19. Eye Development

    Jochen Graw

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