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- n. The formation and development of cartilage
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- n. The development of cartilage.
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- n. The formation or development of cartilage. Also chondrogeny.
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Their expression correlated with chondrogenesis and the appearance of skeletal elements has described in other tetrapods.
We investigated morphological differences of human bone marrow-MSCs, synovium-MSCs, and chondrocytes during in vitro chondrogenesis.
In this study, we revealed morphological differences of bone marrow-MSCs, synovium-MSCs, and chondrocytes during in vitro chondrogenesis.
Hypertrophic chondrocytes are localized between proliferating cartilage and bone and form an essential functional interface by facilitating the transition from cartilage to bone and coupling chondrogenesis to osteogenesis and angiogenesis
Wang G, Beier F (2005) RhoA/ROCK signaling regulates Sox9 expression and actin organization during chondrogenesis.
Grotewold L, Ruther U (2002) Bmp, Fgf and Wnt signalling in programmed cell death and chondrogenesis during vertebrate limb development: the role of Dickkopf-1.
Those cells comprised the primitive mesenchyma or involved chondrogenesis and skin development.
Treatments with Cyclopamine, to inhibit Hh-signaling at different developmental stages, reveal that Hh-signaling is required during gastrulation for proper mandibular arch development, and then during the late pharyngula stage, to promote CNCC chondrogenesis within the posterior arches.
Previous work has uncovered a role for Hh-signaling in zebrafish dorsal neurocranium patterning and chondrogenesis, however Hh-signaling mutants have not been described with respect to the ventral pharyngeal arch (PA) skeleton.
Upon residing in well-formed pharyngeal epithelium, neural crest condensations in the posterior PA fail to maintain expression of two transcription factors essential for chondrogenesis, sox9a and dlx2a, yet continue to robustly express other neural crest markers.