Developmental and Cell Biology Series: Series Number 36: The Neural Crest

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Developmental and Cell Biology Series: Series Number 36: The Neural Crest Authors: , Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Cambridge University Press
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Pages: 472 Illustrations and other contents: Worked examples or Exercises Language: English ISBN: 9780521122252 Categories: , , , ,

This 1999 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. Data that analyse neural crest ontogeny in murine and zebrafish embryos have been included in this revision. This revised edition also takes advantage of recent advances in our understanding of markers of neural crest cell subpopulations, and a full chapter is now devoted to cell lineage analysis. 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.

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Review of the hardback: 'Any developmental biologist will enjoy this book ... the questions and the experimental approaches will be appreciated by all.' BioEssays