New cell movement process key to understanding and repairing facial malformations

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/10/181018151047.htm

The embryonic stem cells that form facial features, called neural crest cells, use an unexpected mechanism of moving from the back of the head to the front to populate the face, finds a new study.


Original Title: New cell movement process key to understanding and repairing facial malformations
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