Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book)

Jeffry M Cesario, André Landin Malt, Juhee Jeong

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Abstract

The pharyngeal arches are embryonic structures that develop into the face, neck, a part of the heart, and several endocrine glands in animals. They are thought to have played a key role in vertebrate evolution as their derivatives impact the mode of feeding and breathing. Moreover, perturbation in pharyngeal arch development is associated with several major groups of birth defects in humans. During early embryonic development, cells from all three germ layers come together to assemble the pharyngeal arches. Subsequently, the pharyngeal arches undergo growth, morphogenesis, and cell type differentiation to give rise to musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, neural, and glandular components. These processes are guided by interactions amongst different tissues, via signaling molecules. A large number of genes, with a complex network of regulatory relationships, govern each aspect of pharyngeal arch development. With the advance of molecular genetics tools in model organisms such as mice, we are beginning to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying development of the pharyngeal arches and related birth defects. This eBook will provide an introduction into development of the pharyngeal arch system, with a detailed discussion on the genetic regulation of this process
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherMorgan and Claypool
Number of pages108
ISBN (Print)9781615046805, 9781615046812, 161504681X
DOIs
StatePublished - 2015

Publication series

NameColloquium series on developmental biology
Volume# 6
ISSN (Print)2155-353X

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Branchial Region
Genetic Phenomena
Endocrine Glands
Germ Layers
Morphogenesis
Embryonic Development
Vertebrates
Molecular Biology
Cell Differentiation
Respiration
Neck
Embryonic Structures
Growth

Keywords

  • Branchial Region
  • Developmental genetics
  • Embryology
  • Human embryo -- Abnormalities
  • Embryology, Human
  • Branchial arch
  • Human embryo -- Diseases

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Cesario, J. M., Malt, A. L., & Jeong, J. (2015). Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book). (Colloquium series on developmental biology; Vol. # 6). Morgan and Claypool. https://doi.org/10.4199/C00127ED1V01Y201503DEB006

Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book). / Cesario, Jeffry M; Malt, André Landin; Jeong, Juhee.

Morgan and Claypool, 2015. 108 p. (Colloquium series on developmental biology; Vol. # 6).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Cesario, JM, Malt, AL & Jeong, J 2015, Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book). Colloquium series on developmental biology, vol. # 6, Morgan and Claypool. https://doi.org/10.4199/C00127ED1V01Y201503DEB006
Cesario JM, Malt AL, Jeong J. Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book). Morgan and Claypool, 2015. 108 p. (Colloquium series on developmental biology). https://doi.org/10.4199/C00127ED1V01Y201503DEB006
Cesario, Jeffry M ; Malt, André Landin ; Jeong, Juhee. / Developmental genetics of the pharyngeal arch system (e-book). Morgan and Claypool, 2015. 108 p. (Colloquium series on developmental biology).
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