Developmental patterning deciphered in avian chimeras
Article first published online: 22 APR 2008
© 2008 The Author. Journal compilation © 2008 Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists
Development, Growth & Differentiation
Special Issue: Special ISSUE for the 50th Volume: History and Current Highlights of Developmental Biology
Volume 50, Issue Supplement s1, pages S11–S28, June 2008
How to Cite
Le Douarin, N. M. (2008), Developmental patterning deciphered in avian chimeras. Development, Growth & Differentiation, 50: S11–S28. doi: 10.1111/j.1440-169X.2008.00989.x
- Issue published online: 22 APR 2008
- Article first published online: 22 APR 2008
- Received 19 December 2007; accepted 19 December 2007.
- 1989. The neural crest cell lineage problem: neuropoiesis? Neuron 3, 1–12.
- 1988. Application of the quail–chick chimera system to the study of brain development and behavior. Science 241, 1339–1342. , &
- 1988. Clone-forming ability and differentiation potential of migratory neural crest cells. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 85, 5325–5329. , &
- 1991. Common precursors for neural and mesectodermal derivatives in the cephalic neural crest. Development 112, 301–305. , &
- 1996. Brain chimeras in birds: application to the study of a genetic form of reflex epilepsy. Trends Neurosci. 19, 246–252. , , &
- 1989. Thymic epithelium tolerize chickens to embryonic grafts of quail bursa of Fabricius. Int. Immunol. 1, 105–112. , , &
- 2006. An early role for sonic hedgehog from foregut endoderm in jaw development: ensuring neural crest cell survival. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 103, 11 607–11 612. , &
- 2007. Sonic Hedgehog promotes the development of multipotent neural crest progenitors endowed with both mesenchymal and neural potentials. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 104, 19 879–19 884. , , &
- 1999. Defining subregions of Hensen's node essential for caudalward movement, midline development and cell survival. Development 126, 4771–4783. , , &
- 2001. Anti-apoptotic role of Sonic Hedgehog protein at the early stages of nervous system organogenesis. Development 198, 4011–4020. , , &
- 2002. Dual origin of the floor plate in the avian embryo. Development 129, 4785–4796. , , &
- 1987. Mapping of the early neural primordium in quail–chick chimeras. II. The prosencephalic neural plate and neural folds: implications for the genesis of cephalic human congenital abnormalities. Dev. Biol. 120, 198–214. &
- 1993. The triple origin of skull in higher vertebrates: a study in quail–chick chimeras. Development 117, 409–429. , &
- 1996. The regeneration of the cephalic neural crest, a problem revisited: the regenerating cells originate from the contralateral or from the anterior and posterior neural fold. Development 122, 3393–3407. , , &
- 1998. Determination of the identity of the derivatives of the cephalic neural crest: incompatibility between Hox gene expression and lower jaw development. Development 125, 3445–3459. , , , &
- 2002. Interactions between Hox-negative cephalic neural crest cells and the foregut endoderm in patterning the facial skeleton in the vertebrate head. Development 129, 1061–1073. , , , &
- 1970. Epileptiform seizures in domestic fowl. J. Hered. 61, 185–188.
- 2002. Negative effect of Hox gene expression on the development of the neural crest-derived facial skeleton. Development 129, 4301–4013. , , &
- 2004. Reciprocal relationships between Fgf8 and neural crest cells in facial and forebrain development. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 101, 4843–4847. , , &
- 2005. Neural crest contribution to eye development, periocular structures and eyelids. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 49, 161–171. , &
- 2006. The cephalic neural crest exerts a critical effect on forebrain and midbrain development. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 103, 14 033–14 038. , &
- 2007. Emergence of haematopoietic stem cells during development. C. R. Biol. 330, 504–509.
- 1991. Phenotypic plasticity of Schwann cells and enteric glial cells in response to the microenvironment. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 88, 6358– 6362. &
- 1992. Molecular characterization of the Schwann cell myelin protein, SMP: structural similarities within the immunoglobulin superfamily. Neuron 8, 323–334. , , et al.
- 1988. A surface protein expressed by avian myelinating and nonmyelinating Schwann cells but not by satellite or enteric glial cells. Neuron 1, 211–220. , , &
- 2000. Endothelin 3 induces the reversion of melanocytes to glia through a neural crest-derived glial-melanocytic progenitor. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 97, 7882–7887. , , &
- 2003. Reversal of developmental restrictions in neural crest lineages: transition from Schwann cells to glial-melanocytic precursors in vitro. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 100, 5229–5233. , , , &
- 1993. Two novel molecules related to the VEGF receptor are expressed in early endothelial cells during avian embryonic development. Mech. Dev. 42, 33–48. , , &
- 1996. Molecular cloning of Quek 1 and 2, two quail vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) receptor-like molecules. Gene 174, 3–8. , , &
- 1997a. Ligand-dependent development of the endothelial and hemopoietic lineages from embryonic mesodermal cells expressing vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 2. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 94, 5141–5146. , , et al.
- 1997b. The expression pattern of the mafB/kr gene in birds and mice reveals that the kreisler phenotype does not represent a null mutant. Mech. Dev. 65, 111–122. , , , , &
- 1998a. Segregation of the embryonic vascular and hemopoietic systems. Biochem. Cell Biol. 76, 939–946. , &
- 1998b. avian VEGF-C: cloning, embryonic expression pattern and stimulation of the differentiation of VEGFR2-expressing endothelial cell precursors. Development 125, 743– 752. , , et al.
- 1999. Role of Pax-5 in the regulation of a mid-hindbrain organizer's activity. Dev. Growth Differ. 41, 59–72. , , , , &
- 1983. Neural crest and the origin of vertebrates: a new head. Science 220, 268–274. &
- 1995. Plasticity of transposed rhombomeres: Hox gene induction is correlated with phenotypic modifications. Development 121, 2707–2721. , , , &
- 1997. Hox gene induction in the neural tube along the anteroposterior axis depends on three parameters: competence, signal supply and paralogue group. Development 124, 849–859. , &
- 1990. A new approach to the development of the cerebellum provided by the quail–chick marker system. Development 108, 19–31. , &
- 1993. Tracing neuroepithelial cells of the mes- and metencephalic alar plates during cerebellar ontogeny in quail–chick chimeras. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 1145–1155. &
- 1950. The Neural Crest: Its Properties and Derivatives in the Light of Experimental Research. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
- 1991. In vitro clonal analysis of quail cardiac neural crest development. Dev. Biol. 148, 95–106. &
- 1982. Demonstration of a cyclic renewal of the lymphocyte precursor cells in the quail thymus during embryonic and perinatal life. J. Immunol. 129, 1869–1877. &
- 1980. Lymphoid stem cell homing to the early thymic primordium of the avian embryo. Eur. J. Immunol. 10, 620–627. , &
- 2003. Gene silencing in chick embryos with a vector-based small interfering RNA system. Dev. Growth Differ. 45, 351–381. &
- 1985. avian spinal cord chimeras. I. Hatching ability and posthatching survival in homo- and heterospecific chimeras. Dev. Biol. 111, 243–255. &
- 1986. Postnatal development of a demyelinating disease in avian spinal cord chimeras. Cell 45, 307–314. , &
- 1989. avian spinal cord chimeras. Further studies on the neurological syndrome affecting the chimeras after birth. Cell Differ. Dev. 26, 145–162. , , et al.
- 1986. MB1, a quail leukocyte-endothelium antigen: partial characterization of the cell surface and secreted forms in cultured endothelial cells. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 83, 9016–9020. , , &
- 1994. Effect of the Steel gene product on melanogenesis in avian neural crest cell cultures. Differentiation 58, 133–139. , , et al.
- 1996. Endothelin 3 promotes neural crest cell proliferation and mediates a vast increase in melanocyte number in culture. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 93, 3892–3897. , , &
- 1998. Endothelin 3 selectively promotes survival and proliferation of neural crest-derived glial and melanocytic precursors in vitro. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 95, 14 214–14 219. , , et al.
- 1964. Etude expérimentale de l'organogenèse du tube digestif et du foie chez l'embryon de Poulet. Bull. Biol. Fr. Belg. 98, 544–676.
- 1969. Particularités du noyau interphasique chez la Caille japonaise (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Utilisation de ces particularités comme “marquage biologique” dans des recherches sur les interactions tissulaires et les migrations cellulaires au cours de l'ontogenèse. Bull. Biol. Fr. Belg. 103, 435–452.
- 1982. The Neural Crest. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
- 1973. Origin and renewal of lymphocytes in avian embryo thymuses. Nat. New Biol. 246, 25–27. &
- 1975. Tracing of cells of the avian thymus through embryonic life in interspecific chimeras. J. Exp. Med. 142, 17–40. &
- 1993. Embryonic neural chimeras in the study of brain development. Trends Neurosci. 16, 64–72.
- 1980. Homing of lymphoid stem cells to the thymus and the bursa of Fabricius studied in avian embryo chimaeras. In Immunology 1980 (eds M.Fougereau & J.Dausset), pp. 285–302. Academic Press, London. &
- 1999. The Neural Crest, 2nd edn. Cambridge University Press, New York. &
- 1974. Experimental analysis of the migration and differentiation of neuroblasts of the autonomic nervous system and of neurectodermal mesenchymal derivatives, using a biological cell marking technique. Dev. Biol. 41, 162–184. &
- 1975a. Origin of hemopoietic stem cells in the embryonic bursa of Fabricius and bone-marrow studied through interspecific chimeras. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 72, 2701–2705. , , &
- 1975b. Cholinergic differentiation of presumptive adrenergic neuroblasts in interspecific chimeras after heterotopic transplantations. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 72, 728– 732. , , &
- 1982. Ontogeny of avian lymphocytes. In The Reticuloendothelial System: a Comprehensive Treatise, Vol. 3 (eds N.Cohen & M.Siegel), pp. 589–616. Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York. , , , &
- 2004. Neural crest cell plasticity and its limits. Development 131, 4637–4650. , , &
- 1975. Mesenchymal derivatives of the neural crest: analysis of chimaeric quail and chick embryos. J. Embryol. Exp. Morphol 34, 125–154. &
- 1980. Restrictions of developmental capabilities in neural crest cell derivatives as tested by in vivo transplantation experiments. Dev. Biol. 77, 362–378. , , &
- 1998. Cloning and characterization of a novel endothelin receptor subtype in the avian class. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 95, 3024–3029. , , , , &
- 1994. Distinct development expression of a new avain fibtoblast gtowth factor receptor. Development 10, 683– 694. , , , &
- 1994. Heterogeneity in the development of the vertebra. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 91, 10 435–10 439. , , &
- 1995. The developmental relationships of the neural tube and the notochord: short and long term effects of the notochord on the dorsal spinal cord. Mech. Dev. 53, 57– 70. , , &
- 1996. The role of bone morphogenetic proteins in vertebral development. Development 122, 3607–3616. , , et al.
- 1999. Prospective identification, isolation by flow cytometry, and in vivo self-renewal of multipotent mammalian neural crest stem cells. Cell 96, 737–749. , , &
- 2000. Misexpression of genes in brain vesicles by in ovo electroporation. Dev. Growth Differ. 42, 199–201. , &
- 1987. Tolerance induced by thymic epithelial grafts in birds. Science 237, 1032–1035. , , , &
- 1987. Vasculogenesis in the early quail blastodisc as studied with a monoclonal antibody recognizing endothelial cells. Development 100, 339–349. , , , &
- 1983. Surface marker for hemopoietic and endothelial cell lineages in quail that is defined by a monoclonal antibody. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 80, 2976–2980. , &
- 1987. Cellular interactions occuring during primary lymphoid organ ontogeny in birds. In Avian Immmunology Basis and Practice, Vol. 1 (eds A.Toïvanen & P.Toïvanen), pp. 39–63. CRC Press Inc, Boca Raton. , &
- 1992a. BEN, a surface molecule of the immunoglobulin superfamily expressed in a variety of developing systems. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 89, 5261–5265. , , , &
- 1992b. BEN glycoprotein expression is associated to climbing fibers axonogenesis in the avian cerebellum. J. Neurosci. 12, 1548–1557. , &
- 1993. Control of dorsoventral patterning of somitic derivatives by notochord and floor plate. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 90, 5242–5246. , , , &
- 2005. The instability of the neural crest phenotypes: Schwann cells can differentiate into myofibroblasts. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 49, 151–159. , , , &
- 2006. Clonally cultured differentiated pigment cells can dedifferentiate and generate multipotent progenitors with self-renewing potential. Dev. Biol. 300, 656–669. , , &
- 1990. Thymic epithelium tolerizes for histocompatibility antigens. Science 247, 1471–1474. , , et al.
- 1989. Commitment of neural crest cells to the sensory neuron lineage. Science 243, 1608–1611.
- 1980. Clonal analysis of quail neural crest cells: they are pluripotent and differentiate in vitro in the absence of noncrest cells. Dev. Biol. 80, 96–106. &
- 1992. Isolation of a stem cell for neurons and glia from the mammalian neural crest. Cell 71, 973–985. &
- 1991. Epithelio–mesenchymal interactions are critical for Quox 7 expression and membrane bone differentiation in the neural crest derived mandibular mesenchyme. EMBO J. 10, 2387– 2393. , &
- 2004. Self-renewal capacity is a widespread property of various types of neural crest precursor cells. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 101, 4495–4500. , , &
- 1998. Two domains in vertebral development: antagonistic regulation by SHH and BMP4 proteins. Development 125, 2631–2639. , , , &