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J. Michael Barry
出版情報: New York : Taylor & Francis, c2002  vii, 163 p. ; 23 cm
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Growth of an Embryo is Founded on Repeated Cell Division / 1:
How an Embryo Acquires the Correct Shape as its Cells Divide / 2:
How Differences in Molecular Composition Between Embryonic Cells Originate / 3:
Signal Molecules Induce Changes in Cell Composition Throughout Vertebrate Development / 4:
Differences in Embryonic Cell Composition Result from Activation of Different Genes / 5:
Experiments of Drosophila Reveal that Specific Transcription Factors are Keys that Unlock Embryonic Genes / 6:
Growth of an Embryo is Founded on Repeated Cell Division / 1:
How an Embryo Acquires the Correct Shape as its Cells Divide / 2:
How Differences in Molecular Composition Between Embryonic Cells Originate / 3:
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森道夫編集 ; 森道夫 [ほか] 執筆
出版情報: 東京 : メディカル・サイエンス・インターナショナル, 2002.5  ix, 247p ; 26cm
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中辻憲夫著
出版情報: 東京 : 岩波書店, 2002.6  v, 104p ; 19cm
シリーズ名: 岩波科学ライブラリー ; 88
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Lilianna Solnica-Krezel (ed.)
出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer, c2002  xvii, 438 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Results and problems in cell differentiation ; 40
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Germ Layer Formation and Early Patterning / I.:
Formation and Patterning Roles of the Yolk Syncytial Layer / Takuya Sakaguchi ; Toshiro Mizuno ; Hiroyuki Takeda
Introduction / 1:
Formation of the YSL / 2:
Epibolic Movement and the YSL / 3:
Dorsal Determinants in Teleost Yolk Cell / 4:
Determinants Function in the YSL and Dorsal Blastomeres / 5:
The Role of the YSL in Mesoderm and Endoderm Formation / 6:
Localized Inducing Activities Within the YSL / 7:
Is Visceral Endoderm in Mammal Equivalent to Teleost YSL? / 8:
Searching for Genes Specifically Expressed in the YSL / 9:
Mesoderm Induction and Patterning / David Kimelman ; Alexander F. Schier
The Origin of Mesoderm
Induction of Mesoderm by Intercellular Signals
Nodal Signaling
Dorsal-Ventral Patterning of the Mesoderm
Anterior-Posterior Patterning of the Mesoderm
Wnt Signals in Mesoderm Patterning
Future Directions
The Guts of Endoderm Formation / Rachel M. Warga ; Didier Y. R. Stainier
Endoderm Formation During the Blastula Period
Location of Endodermal Progenitors / 1.1:
Early Topographic Map of Endodermal Organs / 1.2:
Organs of Ambiguity: the Hypochord and Forerunner Cells / 1.3:
Cell Behavior of Endodermal Progenitors / 1.4:
Genes Involved in Endoderm Formation / 1.5:
The Nodal Factors and Cofactors: Cyclops, Squint, and One-Eyed Pinhead / 1.6:
Nodal Versus Bmp Activity / 1.7:
Nodal-Independent, Oep-Dependent Cell Motility / 1.8:
Oep as a Component of EGF Signaling / 1.8.1:
Effectors of Nodal Signaling: Casanova, Bonnie and Clyde, and Faust / 1.9:
The Endodermal Phenotypes of cas, bon and fau Mutants and the Expression of These Genes in the Blastula / 1.9.1:
Cas Is Sufficient To Convert Mesoderm into Endoderm / 1.9.2:
A Molecular Pathway Leading to Endoderm Formation / 1.10:
Endoderm Formation During the Gastrula Period
Formation of the Endodermal Layer / 2.1:
Spatial Allocation of Endodermal Precursors / 2.2:
Genes Involved in Endoderm Formation: cas, bon, and fau Revisited / 2.3:
Cas May Regulate sox17 Directly / 2.3.1:
The Fox/Forkhead Transcription Factors / 2.3.2:
Other Genes Expressed in the Endoderm / 2.3.3:
Regional Expression in the Endoderm at the End of Gastrulation / 2.4:
Further Thoughts on Endodermal Patterning / 2.5:
Pharyngeal Pouch Endoderm Versus Digestive Tract Endoderm
Conclusions and Prospects
Organizer Formation and Function / Masahiko Hibi ; Toshio Hirano ; Igor B. Dawid
Dorsal Determinants and the Maternal Wnt Signal
Dorsal Determinants
A Maternally Derived Signal Activating the Wnt Pathway
The Nieuwkoop Center and Organizer Induction
Non-cell-autonomous Induction of the Organizer / 3.1:
bozozok/dharma / 3.2:
Nodal-Related Genes, squint and cyclops / 3.3:
Cooperative Roles of boz/dha and sqt in the Induction of the Organizer / 3.4:
vega/vox/vent / 3.5:
Induction by the Nieuwkoop Center Versus Cell-Autonomous Establishment of the Organizer / 3.6:
The Organizer
Is the Embryonic Shield the Fish Organizer? / 4.1:
Organizer Genes / 4.2:
chordino, noggin1, twisted gastrulation, and ogon / 4.3:
dickkopf1 / 4.4:
Fibroblast Growth Factors / 4.5:
Role of the Organizer in AP Patterning / 4.6:
Cell Movements and the Organizer
Summary and Prospects
Dorsoventral Patterning in the Zebrafish: Bone Morphogenetic Proteins and Beyond / Matthias Hammerschmidt ; Mary C. Mullins
Dorsoventral Patterning in Frog, Fish and Fly
Mutant Analyses of Vertebrate DV Regulators
Zebrafish DV Mutants
Different Phases of DV Pattern Formation
Phase 1: Establishment of the Spemann-Mangold Organizer
Phase 2: Establishment of the Morphogenetic Bmp Gradient
Phase 3: Morphogenetic Interpretation of the Gradient by Target Cells
Implications of DV Patterning on the Anteroposterior Axis
Role of Chordin and Tolloid During Ventral Tail Development
Perspectives
Specification of Left-Right Asymmetry / Christopher V.E. Wright ; Marnie E. Halpern
Mechanisms Underlying Left-Right Patterning
Breaking Symmetry
Stabilizing, Propagating and Reinforcing Left-Right Asymmetry
Transferring Left-Right Information to the Organ Precursors
Effector Programs of Left-Right Asymmetric Morphogenesis
Cardiac Left-Right Asymmetry
Asymmetry of the Zebrafish Forebrain
Summary and Future Perspectives
Gastrulation Movements / II.:
Life at the Edge: Epiboly and Involution in the Zebrafish / Don Kane ; Richard Adams
Mid-Blastula Transition and the Beginning of Cell Motility
Epiboly
The Epiboly Mutants
Towards a Unification of Vertebrate Epiboly
Hypoblast Formation
How Do Cells Internalize at the Margin: Involution or Ingression?
Conclusions and Prospects?
Cellular and Genetic Mechanisms of Convergence and Extension / Lilianna Solnica-Krezel ; Mark S. Cooper
Compaction at Blastula Stages
Distinct Domains of Convergence and Extension Movements in the Zebrafish Gastrula
Cellular Behaviors Effecting Convergence and Extension Movements
Epiboly and Anteriorward Mesendoderm Migration Contribute to Convergence and Extension
Directed Migration Is a Key Cell Behavior Underlying Convergence and Extension in Lateral Regions of the Gastrula
Mediolateral Cell Intercalation Is a Key Cell Behavior Underlying Convergence and Extension in Dorsal Regions of the Gastrula
Cellular Segregation, Directed Migration and Mediolateral Intercalation Underlie Dorsal Hypoblast Formation
Molecular Genetic Basis of Convergence and Extension Movements
Wnt Planar Cell Polarity Pathway / 5.1:
Cell Adhesion Molecules / 5.2:
Slit / 5.3:
Eph Receptors and Ephrins / 5.4:
Calcium / 5.5:
Ethanol / 5.6:
Molecular Genetic Coordination of Convergence and Extension Movements with Cell Fate Specification
Spadetail / 6.1:
Nodal / 6.2:
Bone Morphogenetic Proteins / 6.3:
Fibroblast Growth Factor / 6.4:
Role of C&E Movements in Generating Embryonic Morphology
Primordial Germ Cell Development in Zebrafish / Erez Raz ; Nancy Hopkins
Specification of Germ Cells in Fish
The Premolecular Markers Era
The Molecular Markers Era
PGC Migration in Zebrafish
Maintenance of the Fate of Migrating PGCs
PGC Development in Zebrafish as Compared with That in Other Organisms
Conclusions and Future Directions
Neural Development / III.:
Patterning the Zebrafish Central Nervous System / Steve W. Wilson ; Michael Brand ; Judith S. Eisen
Nervous System Morphogenesis
The Spinal Cord
Bmp Signaling Establishes DV Pattern in the Spinal Cord
Hedgehog and Nodal Pathways Pattern the Ventral Spinal Cord
Delta/Notch Signaling Segregates Neural Fates Within Neural Plate Domains
Later Signals May Refine Cell Identity
The Forebrain
DV Patterning of the Zebrafish Forebrain
Formation of the Hypothalamus / 4.1.1:
Establishment of the Optic Stalks / 4.1.2:
Establishment of Ventral Telencephalic Fates / 4.1.3:
Specification of Dorsal Forebrain Fates / 4.1.4:
Left/Right Patterning in the Brain
AP Patterning of the Prospective Brain
Establishment of Early AP Pattern in the Neural Plate / 4.3.1:
Local Induction of the Telencephalon and Eyes / 4.3.2:
The Midbrain and Hindbrain
Midbrain and Hindbrain Development Starts in Gastrulation
Initial AP Subdivision of the Neural Plate / 5.1.1:
Wnt8 Signaling Positions the Midbrain and Hindbrain / 5.1.2:
Wnts and Fgfs Maintain and Pattern the Midbrain and Hindbrain
Polarization of the Midbrain / 5.2.1:
Fgf Signaling in the Rostral Hindbrain / 5.2.2:
Feedback Control of Fgf Signaling / 5.2.3:
Controlling Competence to Respond to Fgf8 Signaling / 5.2.4:
DV Patterning of the Midbrain and Isthmus
Later Steps of Patterning the Hindbrain
Dorsoventral Patterning / 5.4.1:
Forming and Maintaining Rhombomeres / 5.4.2:
Extrinsic Signals Controlling Segmentation / 5.4.3:
Secondary Modification of the Ground Plan by Neuronal Migration
Summary
Specification of the Zebrafish Neural Crest / Robert N. Kelsh ; David W. Raible
Markers and Their Specificity
Zebrafish Neural Crest Mutants
Neural Crest Induction
Cell Fate Specification
When Does Specification Occur?
Progressive Fate Restriction
Pigment Cell Specification as a Model for Cell Fate Choice
Regional Specification
Pharyngeal Arch Specification
Neurogenesis and Specification of Neuronal Identity / Bruce Appel ; Ajay Chitnis
Zebrafish Spinal Cord Anatomy
Roof Plate
Rohon-Beard Sensory Neurons
Interneurons
Motor Neurons
Floor Plate
Glia / 2.6:
Neurulation and the Early Pattern of Neurons
Regulation of Neurogenesis in the Zebrafish Neural Plate
Creating Proneuronal Domains: Regulation of ngn1 Expression
Dorsal Spinal Cord Development
Ventral Spinal Cord Development
Elaboration of Cell Fate Specification by Cell-Cell Signaling
Neuronal Specification and Transcriptional Codes
Cellular, Genetic and Molecular Mechanisms of Axon Guidance in the Zebrafish / Christine E. Beattie ; Michael Granato ; John Y. Kuwada10:
Introduction: Pathfinding Is Precise and Cell-Specific
Axon Pathfinding in the Hindbrain and Spinal Cord
Redundant Cues Guide Growth Cones in the Spinal Cord
Molecules That Guide Spinal and Hindbrain Growth Cones
Mutations That Affect the Development of Neural Circuits in the Hindbrain and Spinal Cord
Axonal Pathfinding by Spinal Motoneurons
Zebrafish Motor Axons Follow a Common Pathway and Then Make Divergent Choices
Molecules That Guide Motor Growth Cones
Semaphorins / 3.2.1:
GDNF / 3.2.2:
Neurolin / 3.2.3:
Mutations That Disrupt the Formation of Stereotyped Motor Projections
Diwanka Mutants / 3.3.1:
Unplugged Mutants / 3.3.2:
Stumpy Mutants / 3.3.3:
Axonal Pathfinding in the Visual System
Conclusions
Aspects of Organogenesis / IV.:
Somitogenesis / Caroline Brennan ; Sharon L. Amacher ; Peter D. Currie
Generalized Overview of Somitogenesis
Morphological Aspects of Zebrafish Somitogenesis
General Anterior/Posterior Pattern and Specification of Paraxial Mesoderm
Hox Gene Expression Patterns and Overall A/P Pattern
The Origin of Somitic Cells
spadetail, a Gene Controlling Paraxial Mesoderm Formation
Establishing a Segmental Pattern
Somitic Periodicity and the Cell Cycle
Existence of a Molecular Oscillator
The Notch Pathway and Establishment of Segmental Pattern
Insights from Zebrafish
The Fused-Somite Mutant and Operation of a Wavefront
Establishment of Anterior/Posterior Somite Polarity
Formation of the Somite Boundary
Induction and Patterning the Presomitic and Somitic Mesoderm
Embryonic Myotome Formation and the Initiation of Myogenesis
Formation of the "Adaxial" Cell Compartment and Presomitic Myogenic Induction
Muscle Pioneer Cells and Myotomal Architecture
Fiber Type and Myotome Morphogenesis
Fiber Type Formation in Separate Myotomal Compartments
Myotomal Patterning Mutants and the Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Slow Muscle Cell Specification
Migratory or Hypaxial Muscle Formation in Zebrafish Embryos
Sclerotome Formation
Other Somite-Derived Cell Types
Questions for the Future
Cardiovascular System / Deborah Yelon ; Brant M. Weinstein ; Mark C. Fishman
Background in Classical Embryology: Some of the Questions
Zebrafish: a Propitious Embryo for Cardiovascular Studies
Patterning the Heart
Formation of the Myocardium in Zebrafish
Genetic Regulation of Myocardial Development in Zebrafish
Requirements for nkx2.5 Induction
Requirements for Myocardial Differentiation
Requirements for Chamber-Specific Differentiation
Requirements for Heart Tube Assembly / 3.2.4:
Pattern and Orientation to the Onset of Function
Vascular Pattern in the Zebrafish
Formation of Blood Vessels in the Zebrafish
Molecular Analysis of Blood Vessel Formation in the Zebrafish
Genetic Analysis of Blood Vessel Formation in the Zebrafish
Experimental Analysis of Vascular Form and Function: Imaging Blood Vessels In Situ
Prospects for Future Zebrafish Cardiovascular Research
The Pronephros / Iain Drummond
Variation and Evolution of the Kidney
A Brief History of the Kidney
Morphogenesis and Patterning of the Zebrafish Pronephros
Patterning of the Mesoderm and Formation of the Pronephric Primordium
Mediolateral Patterning of the Intermediate Mesoderm and Induction of the Pronephros
Development of the Pronephric Duct
Nephron Formation
Cell Interactions in the Vascularization of the Glomerulus
Summary and Perspectives
The Zebrafish Eye: Developmental and Genetic Analysis / Stephen S. Easter, Jr. ; Jarema J. Malicki
Morphogenesis
Optic Vesicle
Eye Cup
Lens
Neurogenesis
The Fan Gradient
Ganglion Cell Layer
Inner Nuclear Layer
Outer Nuclear Layer
Prolonged Neurogenesis and Regeneration
Modulation of the Rate of Proliferation
Pulsatile Production of Neurons / 3.7:
Pattern and Patterning of Cellular Architecture in the Retina
Pattern of Differentiated Retina
Formation of Retinal Architecture
Terminal Differentiation of Cellular Morphology
Ganglion Cell Axogenesis
Photoreceptor Differentiation
References
Subject Index
Germ Layer Formation and Early Patterning / I.:
Formation and Patterning Roles of the Yolk Syncytial Layer / Takuya Sakaguchi ; Toshiro Mizuno ; Hiroyuki Takeda
Introduction / 1:
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Thomas D. Pollard, William C. Earnshaw ; illustrated by Graham T. Johnson
出版情報: Philadelphia : Saunders, 2002  xiv, 805 p. ; 29 cm
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太田次郎著
出版情報: 東京 : 裳華房, 2002.10  viii, 143p ; 26cm
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福本英子著
出版情報: 東京 : 現代書館, 2002.8  322p ; 20cm
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水野重樹 [ほか] 編
出版情報: 東京 : 共立出版, 2001.10  303p ; 26cm
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出版情報: 東京 : ニュートンプレス, 2001.5  157p ; 28cm
シリーズ名: ニュートン別冊 ; . 21世紀の生物学||21セイキ ノ セイブツガク
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田賀哲也, 中畑龍俊編集
出版情報: 東京 : 羊土社, 2006.1  207, 8p ; 26cm
シリーズ名: 実験医学 ; 増刊 Vol.24, no.2 (2006)
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