Apical Ectodermal Ridge AER The AER then directs the distal mesenchyme to

Apical ectodermal ridge aer the aer then directs the

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Apical Ectodermal Ridge (AER) The AER then directs the distal mesenchyme to become the Progress Zone (PZ; or the undifferentiated zone)
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Limb Proximal-Distal Patterning What evidence do we have to support the roles of AER in limb development?
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Limb Proximal-Distal Patterning What signaling is involved in the induction of the AER?
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Limb Proximal-Distal Patterning How is proximal distal axis specified?
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Limb Anterior-Posterior Patterning
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