Mechanisms of endoderm formation in a cartilaginous fish reveal ancestral and homoplastic traits in jawed vertebrates

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Godard , Benoit G.; Coolen , Marion; Le Panse , Sophie; Gombault , Aurélie; Ferreiro-Galve , Susana; Laguerre , Laurent; Lagadec , Ronan; Wincker , Patrick; Poulain , Julie; Da Silva , Corinne; Kuraku , Shigehiro; Carre , Wilfried; Boutet , Agnès; Mazan , Sylvie;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Royal Society
  • Journal: Biology Open,volume 3,issue 11,pages1,098-1,107 (issn: 2046-6390, eissn: 2046-6390)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4232768, doi: 10.1242/bio.20148037
  • Subject: endoderm | [SDV.BA]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Animal biology | Research Article | [ SDV.BA ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Animal biology | QH301-705.5 | telolecithal egg | Nodal signalling | Q | chondrichthyan | Science | Biology (General)
    mesheuropmc: animal structures | embryonic structures

International audience; In order to gain insight into the impact of yolk increase on endoderm development, we have analyzed the mechanisms of endoderm formation in the catshark S. canicula, a species exhibiting telolecithal eggs and a distinct yolk sac. We show that in ... View more
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