Seminario lunes 5 de septiembre – Dr. Pablo Strobl-Mazzulla

Biblioteca INGEBI 13:20


Neural crest cells (NCC) form a transient population present only in very early stages of embryonic development in vertebrates. These cells are characterized by their multipotency and migratory ability, and it is known that defects in the migration process leads to severe congenital disorders known as neurocristopathies. NCC acquired their migratory properties by a process called epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), similar to what happens during initiation of tumor metastasis. It has been demonstrated that aberrant ...

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