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Extracellular Signals Regarding Eye Development

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Title: Extracellular Signals Regarding Eye Development
Author: Sabine Fuhrmann
Date: 05/09/2012
Keywords/Main Subjects: Embryology of the eye; Developmental biology; RPE; Mitf; Beta-catenin; Focal dermal hypoplasia; Goltz syndrome; Porcupine; Coloboma; Pax2
Secondary CORE Categories: Principles of Ophthalmology /Ocular Development / Genetic Cascades and Morphogenic Gradients
Diagnosis: None
Brief Description: This presentation is a research report about the role of extracellular factors that regulate the embryological formation and development of the RPE. It concentrates on several proteins including porcupine, Pax2, laminin, and Mitf and their roles in development of the eye.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_16084
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