During gastrulation, the Drosophila mesoderm invaginates and forms a single cell layer in close juxtaposition to the overlying ectoderm. Subsequently, particular cell types within the mesoderm are specified along the anteroposterior and dorsoventral axes. The exact developmental pathways that guide the specification of different cell types within the mesoderm are not well understood. We have analyzed the developmental relationship between two mesodermal tissues in the Drosophila embryo, the gonadal mesoderm and the fat body. Both tissues arise from lateral mesoderm within the eve domain. Whereas in the eve domain of parasegments 10-12 gonadal mesoderm develops from dorsolateral mesoderm and fat body from ventrolateral mesoderm, in parasegments 4-9 only fat body is specified. Our results demonstrate that the cell fate decision between gonadal mesoderm and fat body identity within dorsolateral mesoderm along the anteroposterior axis is determined by the combined actions of genes including abdA, ...
Gastrulation is the process in which the three germ layers (ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm) are formed by successive waves of epiblast cells migrating through the primitive streak. Formation of the primitive streak, on day 15, marks the first event of gastrulation. Cells from the epiblast migrate into the interior of the embryo, via the primitive streak, in a process termed ingression, which involves a cellular epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT). The initial wave of migrating cells (day 16) streams through the primitive streak, displacing the hypoblast cells to become definitive endoderm, which ultimately produces the future gut derivatives and gut linings.. The second wave of migrating cells (also on day 16) populate a layer between the epiblast and the definitive endoderm, thereby forming the mesoderm layer. The intraembryonic mesoderm cells later give rise to five subpopulations of cells: paraxial mesoderm, intermediate mesoderm, lateral plate mesoderm, cardiogenic mesoderm and a ...
The lateral mesoderm extends on periphery of embryo, it is divisible into extra embryonic and embryonic mesoderms. This lateral mesoderm will split into two layers. The upper layer is called somatic mesoderm and inner layer is called splanchnic mesoderm. Ectoderm and somatic mesoderm will be called somatopleure. The splanchnic layer and endoderm will be called splanchnopleure. In between the two layers of mesoderm the space is called coelome ...
Many mesodermal cell types, including pharynx and body muscle cells, are derived from a single cell, the MS blastomere, in Caenorhabditis elegans. Mesoderm specification involves the activation of the T-box factor gene tbx-35; tbx-35 mutation results in a severe decrease in MS-derived tissue. On p. 2735, Morris Maduro and co-workers now identify the NK-2 homeobox gene ceh-51 as a novel regulator of mesoderm development. The researchers report that ceh-51 is expressed in mesoderm cells and is a direct target of TBX-35. Its overexpression causes embryonic arrest and promotes MS-derived tissue specification, whereas a null mutation results in larval arrest and pharyngeal defects. Embryos with loss-of-function mutations in both ceh-51 and tbx-35 have a more severe phenotype than do single mutants, indicating that the functions of TBX-35 and CEH-51 in mesoderm development partially overlap. Given that T-box and NK-2 factors are also crucial for heart development in flies and vertebrates, their role ...
Historically the three germ layer of the body: endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm, were considered to diverge early in development with the derivatives of each to progress along differentiation routes independent of one another. However, it is now known that neuromesodermal progenitors (NMPs) are present during axial elongation, after the basic formation of the three germ layers during gastrulation. These bipotent cells generate neurectodermal tissue in the form of the neural tube, giving rise to the central nervous system, and mesoderm in the formation of somites. NMPs are located within the anterior of the primitive streak, in the node streak border and the adjacent caudal lateral epiblast in the E8.5 mouse embryo. As axial elongation continues they are found in the chordoneural hinge within the tailbud until E13.5. Another progenitor population, denoted lateral and paraxial mesoderm progenitors (LPMPs) are found within the posterior of the primitive streak and the adjacent caudal lateral ...
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In the gastrulating chick embryo, the mesoderm cells arise from the epiblast layer by ingression through the linear accumulation of cells called the primitive streak. The mesoderm cells emerge from the streak with a fibroblastic morphology and proceed to move away from the mid-line of the embryo using, as a substratum, the basement membrane of the overlying epiblast and the extracellular matrix. We have investigated the roles of fibronectin and laminin as putative substrata for mesoderm cells using complementary in vivo and in vitro methods. We have microinjected agents into the tissue space adjacent to the primitive streak of living embryos and, after further incubation, we have examined the embryos for perturbation of the mesoderm tissue. These agents were: cell-binding regions from fibronectin (RGDS) and laminin (YIGSR), antibodies to these glycoproteins, and a Fab fragment of the antibody to fibronectin. We find that RGDS, antibody to fibronectin, and the Fab fragment cause a decrease in ...
In amphibians, certain growth factor antagonists are secreted by the most dorsal cells (i.e., Chordin, Noggin, Follistatin, Frzb). Mesoderm cells at different dorsal-ventral positions are committed to become different types of mesoderm based on their exposure to different levels of the dorsal-promoting Chordin, Noggin, Follistatin and Frzb proteins, which function by antagonizing the ventral-promoting growth factors BMPs and Wnts.. The most dorsal tissue (axial mesoderm, or notochord) forms from cells exposed to the highest levels of Chordin, Noggin, Follistatin and Frzb (and thus lowest effective levels of BMPs and Wnts) while the most ventral tissue (heart, which develops from lateral mesoderm) forms from mesoderm cells exposed to the lowest levels of Chordin, Noggin and Follistatin and hence the highest effective levels of BMPs and Wnts.. ...
STRIP1, a core component of STRIPAK complexes, is essential for normal mesoderm migration in the mouse embryo[4] "Regulated mesoderm migration is necessary for the proper morphogenesis and organ formation during embryonic development. Cell migration and its dependence on the cytoskeleton and signaling machines have been studied extensively in cultured cells; in contrast, remarkably little is known about the mechanisms that regulate mesoderm cell migration in vivo. Here, we report the identification and characterization of a mouse mutation in striatin-interacting protein 1 (Strip1) that disrupts migration of the mesoderm after the gastrulation epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT). STRIP1 is a core component of the biochemically defined mammalian striatin-interacting phosphatases and kinase (STRIPAK) complexes that appear to act through regulation of protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A), but their functions in mammals in vivo have not been examined. Strip1-null mutants arrest development at ...
STRIP1, a core component of STRIPAK complexes, is essential for normal mesoderm migration in the mouse embryo[4] "Regulated mesoderm migration is necessary for the proper morphogenesis and organ formation during embryonic development. Cell migration and its dependence on the cytoskeleton and signaling machines have been studied extensively in cultured cells; in contrast, remarkably little is known about the mechanisms that regulate mesoderm cell migration in vivo. Here, we report the identification and characterization of a mouse mutation in striatin-interacting protein 1 (Strip1) that disrupts migration of the mesoderm after the gastrulation epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT). STRIP1 is a core component of the biochemically defined mammalian striatin-interacting phosphatases and kinase (STRIPAK) complexes that appear to act through regulation of protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A), but their functions in mammals in vivo have not been examined. Strip1-null mutants arrest development at ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Fibroblast growth factor signalling controls successive cell behaviours during mesoderm layer formation in Drosophila. AU - Clark, Ivan B. N.. AU - Muha, Villo. AU - Klingseisen, Anna. AU - Leptin, Maria. AU - Muller, Hans-Arno J.. PY - 2011/7/1. Y1 - 2011/7/1. N2 - Fibroblast growth factor (FGF)-dependent epithelial-mesenchymal transitions and cell migration contribute to the establishment of germ layers in vertebrates and other animals, but a comprehensive demonstration of the cellular activities that FGF controls to mediate these events has not been provided for any system. The establishment of the Drosophila mesoderm layer from an epithelial primordium involves a transition to a mesenchymal state and the dispersal of cells away from the site of internalisation in a FGF-dependent fashion. We show here that FGF plays multiple roles at successive stages of mesoderm morphogenesis in Drosophila. It is first required for the mesoderm primordium to lose its epithelial polarity. An ...
BACKGROUND: The Brachyury (T) gene is required for the formation of posterior mesoderm and for axial development in both mouse and zebrafish embryos. In these species, and in Xenopus, the gene is expressed transiently throughout the presumptive mesoderm, and transcripts then persiste in notochord and posterior tissues. In Xenopus embryos, expression of the Xenopus homologue of Brachyury, Xbra, can be induced in presumptive ectoderm by basic fibroblast growth factor (FGF) and activin; in the absence of functional FGF or activin signalling pathways, expression of the gene is severely reduced. Ectopic expression of Xbra in presumptive ectoderm causes mesoderm to be formed. As Brachyury and its homologues encode sequence-specific DNA-binding proteins, it is likely that each functions by directly activating downstream mesoderm-specific genes. RESULTS: We show that expression in Xenopus embryos of RNA encoding a dominant-negative FGF receptor inhibits the mesoderm-inducing activity of Xbra. We ...
Second heart field (SHF) progenitors perform essential functions during mammalian cardiogenesis. We recently identified a population of cardiac progenitor cells (CPCs) in zebrafish expressing latent TGF?-binding protein 3 (ltbp3) that exhibits several defining characteristics of the anterior SHF in mammals. However, ltbp3 transcripts are conspicuously absent in anterior lateral plate mesoderm (ALPM), where SHF progenitors are specified in higher vertebrates. Instead, ltbp3 expression initiates at the arterial pole of the developing heart tube. Because the mechanisms of cardiac development are conserved evolutionarily, we hypothesized that zebrafish SHF specification also occurs in the ALPM. To test this hypothesis, we Cre/loxP lineage traced gata4(+) and nkx2.5(+) ALPM populations predicted to contain SHF progenitors, based on evolutionary conservation of ALPM patterning. Traced cells were identified in SHF-derived distal ventricular myocardium and in three lineages in the outflow tract (OFT). ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Ecsit is required for Bmp signaling and mesoderm formation during mouse embryogenesis. AU - Xiao, Changchun. AU - Shim, Jae Hyuck. AU - Klüppel, Michael. AU - Zhang, Samuel Shao Min. AU - Dong, Chen. AU - Flavell, Richard A.. AU - Fu, Xin Yuan. AU - Wrana, Jeffrey L.. AU - Hogan, Brigid L M. AU - Ghosh, Sankar. PY - 2003/12/1. Y1 - 2003/12/1. N2 - Bone morphogenetic proteins (Bmps) are members of the transforming growth factor β (TGFβ) superfamily that play critical roles during mouse embryogenesis. Signaling by Bmp receptors is mediated mainly by Smad proteins. In this study, we show that a targeted null mutation of Ecsit, encoding a signaling intermediate of the Toll pathway, leads to reduced cell proliferation, altered epiblast patterning, impairment of mesoderm formation, and embryonic lethality at embryonic day 7.5 (E7.5), phenotypes that mimic the Bmp receptor type1a (Bmpr1a) null mutant. In addition, specific Bmp target gene expression is abolished in the absence of ...
Somatic muscle is derived from a subset of embryonic mesoderm. In Drosophila, Twist (Twi), a basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor, is a candidate regulator of mesodermal differentiation and myogenesis. Altering amounts of Twist after gastrulation revealed that high levels of Twist are required for somatic myogenesis and block the formation of other mesodermal derivatives. Expression of twist in the ectoderm drives these cells into myogenesis. Thus, after an initial role in gastrulation, twist regulates mesodermal differentiation and propels a specific subset of mesodermal cells into somatic myogenesis. Vertebrate homologs of twist may also participate in the subdivision of mesoderm.. ...
The spatial and temporal pattern of mitoses during the fourteenth nuclear cycle in a Drosophila embryo reflects differences in cell identities. We have analysed the domains of mitotic division in zygotic mutants that exhibit defects in larval cuticular pattern along the dorsoventral axis. This is a powerful means of fate mapping mutant embryos, as the altered position of mitotic domains in the dorsoventral pattern mutants correlate with their late cuticular phenotypes. In the mutants twist and snail, which fail to differentiate the ventrally derived mesoderm, mitoses specific to the mesoderm are absent. The lateral mesectodermal domain shows a partial ventral shift in twist mutants but a proportion of ventral cells do not behave characteristically, suggesting that twist has a positive role in the establishment of the mesoderm. In contrast, snail is required to repress mesectodermal fates in cells of the presumptive mesoderm. In the absence of both genes, the mesodermal and the mesectodermal ...
The initial distribution of Decapentaplegic in the dorsal ectoderm of the developing fly is established by a gradient of the maternal Dorsal protein, which is asymmetrically distributed to the ventral portion of the fly. The Dorsal protein regulatory gradient initiates the differentiation of the mesoderm, neuroectoderm and dorsal ectoderm in the early Drosophila embryo. There are two primary Dorsal target genes: snail and dpp, which define the limits of the presumptive mesoderm and dorsal ectoderm, respectively. After gastrulation the Dorsal regulatory gradient defines the limits of inductive interactions between germ layers. Thus dorsal controls the subdivision of the mesoderm and dorsal ectoderm (Maggert, 1995). The contributions made by maternal and zygotic genes to the establishment of the expression patterns of four zygotic patterning genes have been examined: decapentaplegic (dpp), zerknüllt (zen), twist (twi), and snail (sna). All of these genes are initially expressed at the poles and ...
As we have discussed, the Nieuwkoop center is apparently established by activation of a Wnt signaling pathway, of which ß-catenin is a critical component. Recently, evidence has been presented that a consequence of activation of the Wnt pathway is activation of the transcription factor Siamois, which is located downstream of ß-catenin (Carnac et al., 1996). One implication of these results may be that the signaling properties of cells of the Nieuwkoop center depend upon regulation of gene expression by Siamois. This would imply that Nieuwkoop signaling is dependent upon zygotic gene transcription, whereas earlier events, including dorsalization and initiation of mesoderm induction, would be dependent upon maternal messengers. This is a new way of thinking about mesoderm induction. Time will tell whether this dichotomy holds ...
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This unit describes a robust protocol for producing multipotent Kdr‐expressing mesoderm progenitor cells in serum‐free conditions, and for functional genomics screening using these cells
Zebrafish paraxial protocadherin (papc) encodes a transmembrane cell adhesion molecule (PAPC) expressed in trunk mesoderm undergoing morphogenesis. Microinjection studies with a dominant-negative secreted construct suggest that papc is required for proper dorsal convergence movement s during gastrulation. Genetic studies show that papc is a close downstream target of spadetail, gene encoding a transcription factor required for mesodermal morphogenetic movements. Further, we show that the floating head homeobox gene is required in axial mesoderm to repress the expression of both spadetail and papc, promoting notochord and blocking differentiation of paraxial mesoderm. The PAPC structural cell-surface transcription factors and the actual cell biological behaviors that execute morphogenesis during gastrulation ...
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Zhang Y.,Li X.,Qi JJ.,Wang JL.,Liu XF.,...&Meng AM.(2009).Rock2 controls TGF beta signaling and inhibits mesoderm induction in zebrafish embryos.Journal of Cell Science,122(13),2197-2207 ...
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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Nataliia Kuksa.. Abstract not available. This talk is part of the Sainsbury Laboratory Seminars series.. ...
by Alessandro Magli, June Baik, Lauren J. Mills, Il-Youp Kwak, Bridget S. Dillon, Ricardo Mondragon Gonzalez, David A. Stafford, Scott A. Swanson, Ron Stewart, James A. Thomson, Daniel J. Garry, Brian D. Dynlacht, Rita C. R. Perlingeiro. The transcriptional mechanisms driving lineage specification during development are still largely unknown, as the interplay of multiple transcription factors makes it difficult to dissect these molecular events. Using a cell-based differentiation platform to probe transcription function, we investigated the role of the key paraxial mesoderm and skeletal myogenic commitment factors-mesogenin 1 (Msgn1), T-box 6 (Tbx6), forkhead box C1 (Foxc1), paired box 3 (Pax3), Paraxis, mesenchyme homeobox 1 (Meox1), sine oculis-related homeobox 1 (Six1), and myogenic factor 5 (Myf5)-in paraxial mesoderm and skeletal myogenesis. From this study, we define a genetic hierarchy, with Pax3 emerging as the gatekeeper between the presomitic mesoderm and the myogenic lineage. By ...
I am interested in understanding the molecular events that coordinate early gastrulation and placental development. In particular, I would like to determine the roles and mechanism of action of specific transcription factors, which seem to play roles both in mesoderm and in placental specification. One of such genes is CDX2, which I have recently demonstrated to be a downstream target of BRACYURY in hESCs, and thus to represent an early mesoderm marker in BMP-treated hESCs. I would now like to determine how CDX2 induces a mesodermal program in one context and a placental program in the other context.. Funding: EU Plurisys. ...
Descriptive studies of phoronid development have concluded that the mesoderm of these animals originates from the endoderm during gastrulation. This interpretation has been tested by labeling one blastomere of 4- through 16-cell embryos and examining
Monocytes are leukocytes in peripheral blood that differentiate into macrophages in the context of the inflammatory response. Leukocytes are easy to isolate from a blood sample by inexpensive standardized methods, such as the Ficoll-based density gradient. We have found that monocytes isolated from peripheral blood of pigs and grown using simple procedures produce large numbers of mesenchymal cells that exhibit differentiation into mesodermal lineages in vitro. Peripheral blood samples were obtained from 2, 4, and 6 months old male pigs. The cells were isolated by a Ficoll-based density gradient and cultured in 20% FBS in DMEM media, on uncoated tissue culture vessels. All isolates exhibited mesenchymal morphology and continued to expand at least to passage 7. The expansionary potential was greatest for the cells obtained from the 2 mo. old pigs. We isolated similar cells from porcine fetal livers (gestation day 60), at which time hematopoiesis is occurring in the liver. Therefore, these cells ...
Homozygous GATA4-deficient (GATA4-/-) mice die between 8.5 and 10.5 days post coitum (dpc). GATA4-/- embryos display severe defects in both rostral-to-caudal and lateral-to-ventral folding, which are reflected in a generalized disruption of the ventral body pattern. This results in the defective formation of an organized foregut and anterior intestinal pore, the failure to close both the amniotic cavity and yolk sac, and the uniform lack of a ventral pericardial cavity and heart tube. Analysis of cardiac development in the GATA4-/- mice demonstrates that these embryos develop splanchnic mesoderm, which differentiates into primitive cardiac myocytes that express contractile proteins. Therefore GATA4 is not required either for the specification of committed cardiac myocyte progenitors within the splanchnic mesoderm or for the differentiation of atrial or ventricular myocytes and endocardial cells. However, consistent with the observed defect in ventral morphogenesis, these GATA4-/- ...
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The ascidian precardiac mesoderm consists of only two pairs of cells, called trunk ventral cells (TVCs), which migrate from the tail to the trunk during the tailbud stage, about ten hours after fertilization. These cells express the suite of transcription regulators characteristic of the vertebrate and fly precardiac mesoderm. In addition, the gene regulatory network controls their migratory behavior. Following [[christiaen:publications,previous studies]], our [[christiaen:Research,research]] will focus on specific projects to address the following questions:,br ...
The ascidian precardiac mesoderm consists of only two pairs of cells, called trunk ventral cells (TVCs), which migrate from the tail to the trunk during the tailbud stage, about ten hours after fertilization. These cells express the suite of transcription regulators characteristic of the vertebrate and fly precardiac mesoderm. In addition, the gene regulatory network controls their migratory behavior. Following previous studies, our research will focus on specific projects to address the following questions ...
Here are the research highlights from the current issue of Development: Getting to the heart of Flk1 expression The Flk1 gene, which encodes a VEGF-A receptor, is expressed in the multipotent mesodermal progenitor cells of mouse embryos that give rise to various haemato-cardiovascular cell lineages. FLK1 expression also marks haemato-cardiovascular cell lineages in differentiating human[…] ...
... : PFS YZ.Endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) are progenitor cells derived from mesodermal progenitor cells
Dr. Runyans cancer-related research focuses on the cellular process of epithelial-mesenchymal cell transition (EMT). Though it began as a developmental biology investigation in relation to congenital heart disease, Dr. Runyans lab has continued to look for the links to cancer metastasis.. Dr. Runyan received his post-doctoral training at MD Anderson Cancer Center in a department where the underlying premise was that developmental and carcinogenic mechanisms are highly related. His lab was the first to identify TGFb as a mediator of EMT, Snail2 as a target of TGFb, and the Type III TGFb receptor as a critical part of the process. TGFb has since become the standard mediator of EMT during experimental metastasis. Dr. Runyans lab first showed the multi-step nature of EMT with evidence that tumor promoting phorbol esters only initiated a partial EMT and that multiple factors were required to complete cell invasion. This concept has become central to investigations of tumor cell plasticity. Their ...
The development of the permanent mammalian kidney, or metanephros, depends on mesenchymal-epithelial interactions, leading to branching morphogenesis of the ureteric bud that forms the collecting...
Researchers identify important molecular players for the formation of embryonic cell structures Understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the mesmerising transformation of a fertised egg into a complex organism is a key goal of developmental biology, and one driving extensive investigations. Different tissues and organs derive from three primordial germ layers: endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm. How do they become specified, and how do they subsequently diversify to form different structures? Researchers of the CRTD teamed up with international scientists to investigate this question together with international colleagues. In particular, they addressed the lateral plate mesoderm (LPM) - the germ layer that gives rise to the cardiovascular, blood, kidney and smooth muscle cell fates among others, and whose origin was poorly understood.. Through a combination of genetic tools and live imaging techniques, the scientists identified a small enhancer of the zebrafish-specific gene draculin (drl) ...
In the early 20th century, a set of famous experiments by Hans Spemann and Hilde Mangold showed that the formation of nervous tissue is "induced" by the underlying mesoderm. For decades, though, the nature of the induction process defeated every attempt to figure it out, until finally it was resolved by genetic approaches in the 1990s. Induction of neural tissue requires inhibition of the gene for a so-called bone morphogenetic protein, or BMP. Specifically the protein BMP4 appears to be involved. Two proteins called Noggin and Chordin, both secreted by the mesoderm, are capable of inhibiting BMP4 and thereby inducing ectoderm to turn into neural tissue. It appears that a similar molecular mechanism is involved for widely disparate types of animals, including arthropods as well as vertebrates. In some animals, however, another type of molecule called Fibroblast Growth Factor or FGF may also play an important role in induction ...
The p53 tumour suppressor is a transcription factor that regulates the progression of the cell through its cycle and cell death (apoptosis) in response to environmental stimuli such as DNA damage and hypoxia(1,2). Even though p53 modulates these critical cellular processes, mice that lack p53 are developmentally normal(3), suggesting that p53- related proteins might compensate for the functions of p53 during embryogenesis. Two p53 homologues, p63 and p73, are known(4,5) and here we describe the function of p63 in vivo. Mice lacking p63 are born alive but have striking developmental defects. Their limbs are absent or truncated, defects that are caused by a failure of the apical ectodermal ridge to differentiate. The skin of p63- deficient mice does not progress past an early developmental stage: it lacks stratification and does not express differentiation markers. Structures dependent upon epidermal- mesenchymal interactions during embryonic development, such as hair follicles, teeth and mammary ...
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... important role in maintaining tissue functions. of PDGFR appearance in mesenchymal cells going through regular and irregular expansion, and can be a potential focus on for fresh remedies of lung fibrosis. Sera cell tradition program using PDGFR as a gun to determine progenitors of paraxial mesoderm (12C14). The benefit of this program can be that gene appearance in distinguishing Sera cells mimics that noticed in embryonic advancement (15C17), allowing us to monitor the advanced phases of embryonic advancement and difference (18, 19). Another benefit of this program can be that cell surface area indicators such as PDGFR can end up being utilized to cleanse cells of a particular family tree for evaluation (20). In a prior research, the gene was likened by us reflection profile of Ha sido Masitinib mesylate supplier cells with those of Ha sido cell-derived PDGFR+ more advanced populations, and discovered ARID3c, which is ...
J:108444 Watanabe Y, Kokubo H, Miyagawa-Tomita S, Endo M, Igarashi K, Aisaki KI, Kanno J, Saga Y, Activation of Notch1 signaling in cardiogenic mesoderm induces abnormal heart morphogenesis in mouse. Development. 2006 May;133(9):1625-34 ...
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GO:0007498. The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the mesoderm over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The mesoderm is the middle germ layer that develops into muscle, bone, cartilage, blood and connective tissue. ...
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Beckers, J., Caron, A., Hrabé de Angelis, M., Hans, S., Campos-Ortega, J.A. and Gossler, A. (2000) Distinct regulatory elements direct Delta1 expression in the nervous system and paraxial mesoderm of transgenic mice Mechanisms of Development 95, 23-34 ...