right asymmetry

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  • There is also evidence from left-right asymmetry.
  • A similar protein in other vertebrates is involved in the determination of left-right asymmetry during development.
  • The protein functions during gastrulation and is required for establishment of left-right asymmetry.
  • These proteins are secreted and play a role in left-right asymmetry determination of organ systems during development.
  • The heart tube elongates on the right side, looping and becoming the first visual sign of left-right asymmetry of the body.
  • The mouse ortholog also functions in the determination of left-right asymmetry.
  • An ortholog of Nodal was recently found in snails and was shown to be involved in left-right asymmetry as well.
  • Also, Notch signaling is required during left-right asymmetry determination in vertebrates.
  • Cerberus is also involved in establishing left-right asymmetry that is critical to the normal physiology of a vertebrate.
  • Dogs are said to exhibit a left-right asymmetry of the tail when interacting with strangers, and will show the opposite, right-left motion with people and dogs they know.
  • During vertebrate development, lefty proteins regulate left-right asymmetry by controlling the spatiotemporal influence of the NODAL protein.
  • Fluid shear stress is relevant in the stem cell differentiation of cardiovascular lineages as well as late embryogenesis and organogenesis such as left-right asymmetry during development.
  • For example, in vertebrate embryos, kinesin-2 function is required for cilia-dependent nodal flow and the development of left-right asymmetry.
  • Members of the hedgehog family are evolutionarily conserved proteins which are involved in many fundamental processes in embryonic development, including anteroposterior patterns of limbs and regulation of left-right asymmetry.
  • Because left-right asymmetry is so vital, Cerberus works along with the nodal cilia that push left-determining signal molecules to the left side of the embryo to ensure that the left-right axis is correctly established.
  • In mouse, Nodal has been implicated in left-right asymmetry, neural pattering and mesoderm induction (see nodal signaling).
  • In 2014, a study was published, also in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences, which found no evidence of a left-right asymmetry in nasal function in Alzheimer's disease patients.
  • The balance of lefty from the AVE and from Nodal Signaling results in the patterning of the embryo and left-right asymmetry.
  • The ASE neuron is extremely sensitive to the correct dosage of cog-1, an Nkx-type homeobox gene, and extra copies of this gene will readily produce left/right asymmetry defects.
  • Even though the zebrafish Nodal homologs are very similar, they have specialized to perform different roles; for instance, Squint and Cyclops are important for mesoendoderm formation, whereas the Southpaw has a major role in asymmetric heart morphogenesis and visceral left-right asymmetry.

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