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Prevention Of Genetic Polydactyly In Polydactyly Nagoya (Pdn) Mice In Vitro By Surgical Treatment Of Foot Plate During Embryogenesis

I. Naruse, Y. Kameyama
Published 1986 · Biology

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Abstract Pdn/Pdn fetuses show preaxial Polydactyly of duplicated or triplicated metacarpal/metatarsal type in the fore‐ and hindlimbs. Pdn/+ fetuses show one extra digit of distal phalangeal type preaxially in the hindlimb and deformity of distal phalanx of the 1st digit in the forelimb. Normal patterns of physiological cell death in the preaxial apical ectodermal ridge (AER) and the deep preaxial mesoderm (fpp) were disrupted in Pdn/Pdn embryos. It was supposed that delayed involution of preaxial AER might have caused the abolishment of fpp, which in turn could have induced polydactyly in Pdn/Pdn.
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