Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales

"Female primordial germ cells (PGC), as in other mammals, appear early in the development, inside tissues that not only are far from the gonadal anlage, but also are of extra embryonic nature. Therefore, they make a translocation process that leads them to the gonad primordium, where they proli...

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Autores Principales: Chuaire L., Sánchez M.C.
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Publicado: 2002
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23711
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spelling ir-10336-237112021-01-21T08:30:26Z Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales Chuaire L. Sánchez M.C. Cell movement Germ cells "Female primordial germ cells (PGC), as in other mammals, appear early in the development, inside tissues that not only are far from the gonadal anlage, but also are of extra embryonic nature. Therefore, they make a translocation process that leads them to the gonad primordium, where they proliferate and interact with somatic cells in order to initiate the ovarian folliculogenesis. Do PGC possess a kind of ""memory"" that shows their target? What events determine the direction to which they should migrate from their place of origin? Which is the nature of these events? In this paper, we'll try to touch topics as the origin and the ultra-estructure of the PGC, its migratory behaviour characteristics and the influence that the extracellular matrix of the dorsal mesentery and the developing gonad have on that behaviour. With these subjects we'll try to answer the stated questions as deep as possible. © 2002 Corporación Editora Médica del Valle." 2002 2020-05-26T00:04:43Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 16579534 01208322 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23711 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Inglés (English)
topic Cell movement
Germ cells
spellingShingle Cell movement
Germ cells
Chuaire L.
Sánchez M.C.
Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
description "Female primordial germ cells (PGC), as in other mammals, appear early in the development, inside tissues that not only are far from the gonadal anlage, but also are of extra embryonic nature. Therefore, they make a translocation process that leads them to the gonad primordium, where they proliferate and interact with somatic cells in order to initiate the ovarian folliculogenesis. Do PGC possess a kind of ""memory"" that shows their target? What events determine the direction to which they should migrate from their place of origin? Which is the nature of these events? In this paper, we'll try to touch topics as the origin and the ultra-estructure of the PGC, its migratory behaviour characteristics and the influence that the extracellular matrix of the dorsal mesentery and the developing gonad have on that behaviour. With these subjects we'll try to answer the stated questions as deep as possible. © 2002 Corporación Editora Médica del Valle."
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author Chuaire L.
Sánchez M.C.
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Sánchez M.C.
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title Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
title_short Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
title_full Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
title_fullStr Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
title_full_unstemmed Células germinativas primordiales femeninas: Origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
title_sort células germinativas primordiales femeninas: origen y migración hacia los primordios gonadales
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