#109 dorsal thalamus (AKA thalamus) sub divisions New term

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2013-08-29
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The embryonic thalamus (P2) becomes subdivided
into two molecularly distinct domains: the rostral thalamus (rTh)
marked by expression of the proneural gene Ascl1 and the caudal
thalamus (cTh), which expresses Neurog1
ZDB-PUB-120105-73

Discussion

  • David Fashena

    David Fashena - 2013-08-07

    suggested details & relationships for two new terms

    AO_NEW_1: rostral thalamus
    synonyms: rTh
    start-stg: Prim-5
    definition: narrow region of the embryonic thalamus, caudal to the mid-diencephalic organizer, expressing Her6 and Ascl1. Gives rise to GABA-ergic inhibitory neurons of the thalamus.
    PART-OF: dorsal thalamus ZFA:0000653

    AO_NEW_2: caudal thalamus
    synonyms: cTh, relay thalamus
    start-stg: Prim-5
    definition: region of the embryonic thalamus, caudal to the rostral thalamus and rostral to the pretectum, expressing Neurog1. Gives rise to glutamatergic neurons of the thalamus.
    PART-OF: dorsal thalamus ZFA:0000653

    references:
    Peukert et al. ZDB-PUB-120105-73, PubMed: 22180728
    Scholpp et al. ZDB-PUB-100621-4, PubMed: 20541814

     
  • Ceri

    Ceri - 2013-08-29
    • assigned_to: Yvonne Bradford
    • Group: -->
     

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