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Differentiation of sea urchin micromeres: correlation between specific protein synthesis and spicule formation

Author
KITAJIMA, T1
[1] Tokyo metropolitan univ., dep. biology, Setagaya-ku Tokyo 158, Japan
Source

Development, growth & differentiation. 1986, Vol 28, Num 3, pp 233-242 ; ref : 22 ref

ISSN
0012-1592
Scientific domain
Embryology, development; Pediatrics
Publisher
Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists, Nagoya
Publication country
Japan
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Blastomère Culture cellulaire Cytodifférenciation Développement embryonnaire Echinoidea Electrophorèse gel Milieu marin Oursin Spicule Synthèse protéique Ultrastructure Micromère Protéine 32K Echinodermata Invertebrata
Keyword (en)
Blastomere Cell culture Cell differentiation Embryonic development Echinoidea Gel electrophoresis Marine environment Sea urchin Spicule Protein synthesis Ultrastructure Echinodermata Invertebrata
Keyword (es)
Blastomero Cultivo celular Diferenciacion celular Desarrollo embrionario Electroforesis gel Medio marino Erizo de mar Espicula Sintesis proteica Ultraestructura
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A30 Embryology: invertebrates and vertebrates. Teratology / 002A30C Organogenesis. Physiological fonctions / 002A30C02 Experimental organogenesis

Discipline
Embryology : invertebrates and vertebrates. Teratology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
7947286

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