Development Of Ectodermderived Organs

The ectoderm is the outmost layer of the three embryonic germ layers. During the early period of embryogenesis, the ectoderm develops into a structure composed of three functional components surface ectoderm, neural crest, and neural tube. The surface ectoderm is the origin of the epidermis, epidermal appendages (the nails, hair, and sebaceous glands), mucous membrane of the mouth and anus, tooth enamel, lens and cornea, and anterior pituitary. The neural crest gives rise to the peripheral...

Principles And Applications Of Bioregenerative

ENGINEERING TO ORGAN SYSTEMS 417 Section 4. Principles of Bioregenerative Engineering 419 Chapter 10. Molecular Aspects of Bioregenerative Engineering 420 Types and mechanisms of gene mutation disorders due to gene mutation genetic basis and principles of molecular regenerative engineering or gene manipulation and application of molecular regenerative engineering to the treatment of gene mutation-induced disorders. Chapter 11. Cell and Tissue Regenerative Engineering 456 Principles of cell and...