By Roger A. Pedersen, Gerald P. Schatten
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Gifford, and M. Blahnik, unpublished data). Thus, the allantois may be the exception to the rule that angioblast formation is dependent upon mesodermal interactions with endoderrn. 4%) 995 5 (27. So/,) 1. The Murine Allantois 23 angioblasts? One model that can be evoked is dependent upon spatial cues. For example, extraembryonic mesoderm destined for the allantois emerges from the primitive streak in a relatively pluripotent state, but as it is pushed distally by sustained addition of nascent extraembryonic mesoderm into the allantoic base, it moves out of the sphere of influence of the primitive streak and differentiates into angioblasts.
12 Summary of allantoic transplantation into the base of the allantois. The key to this figure is similar to that for Figs. 9 and 10, with the exception that there is one less column, as the control orthotopic grafts were of the base of the allantois. Original data are in Downs and Harmann (1997). VII. The Allantois in Fetal Therapy The principal function of the allantois is to form the vascular connection between mother and fetus. The umbilical vessels provide a direct gateway to fetal circula- 1.
3). Clumps from each allantoic region were transplanted into each of three headfold-stage host sites in a nontransgenic host (B): the base of the allantois (al). the primitive streak at the level of prospective lateral plate mesoderm (LPM), and the primitive streak at the level of prospective paraxial mesoderm (PM). Other abbreviations: hf, region of the headfolds. tendency to colonize a few more cell types, including lateral plate mesoderm, surface ectoderm, and the endoderm of the future coelom.
Current Topics in Developmental Biology, Vol. 39 by Roger A. Pedersen, Gerald P. Schatten