Specification of Sensory Neuron Cell Fate from the Neural Crest View Full Text


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2006

AUTHORS

David W. Raible , Josette M. Ungos

ABSTRACT

How distinct cell fates are generated from initially homogeneous cell populations is a driving question in developmental biology. The neural crest is one such cell population that is capable of producing an incredible array of derivatives.1 Cells as different in function and form as the pigment cells in the skin or the neurons and glia of the peripheral nervous system are all derived from neural crest. How do these cells choose to migrate along distinct routes, populate defined regions of the embryo and differentiate into specific cell types?This chapter focuses on the development of one particular neural crest derivative, sensory neurons, as a model for studying these questions of cell fate specification. In the head, sensory neurons reside in the trigeminal and epibranchial ganglia, while in the trunk they form the spinal or dorsal root ganglia (DRG). The development of the DRG will be the main focus of this review. The neurons and glia of the DRG derive from trunk neural crest cells that coalesce at the lateral edge of the spinal cord (Fig. 1). These neural crest cells migrate along the same routes as neural crest cells that populate the autonomic sympathetic ganglia located along the dorsal aorta. Somehow DRG precursors must make the decision to stop and adopt a sensory fate adjacent to the spinal cord rather than continuing on to become part of the autonomic ganglia. Moreover, once the DRG precursors aggregate in their final positions there are still a number of fate choices to be made. The mature DRG is composed of many neurons with different morphologies and distinct biochemical properties as well as glial cells that support these neurons.2 More... »

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170-180

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