Crump determined that in zebrafish the endodermal
cells formed tissue that acted as a kind of scaffolding for the development of bone, muscle and nerve tissue in a very focused part of its head.
This organizer is constructed through several successive steps: initially, the endodermal
organizer -Nieuwkoop center sends signals to specific cells of the dorsal marginal zone into prechordal head mesoderm.
Each can induce endodermal
cells to become pancreatic, says Melton.
In vitro studies reveal that ELA cells differentiate into tissues of ectodermal, mesodermal, and endodermal
origins, and in vivo studies demonstrate that ELA cells harbor a significant osteogenic differentiation capacity.
1-Methoxy-canthin-6-one induces c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase-dependent apoptosis and synergizes with tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligancl activity in human neoplastic cells of hematopoietic or endodermal
Also known as endodermal
sinus tumors, YSTs represent 3 to 5% of pediatric malignancies (1,2) and are malignant germ cell tumors that produce alpha-fetoprotein (AFP).
These include dysgerminoma, endodermal
sinus tumor, and immature teratoma.
The epithelium of the prostate is from the endodermal
urogenital sinus, and the epithelium of the SV is from the Wolffian duct.
Other than this, cell wall of the endodermal
cell layer act as a barrier for apoplastic diffusion into the vascular system (Lee et al.
Dermoid type cysts contain skin appendages whereas teratoids contain epithelium lined mesodermal or endodermal
elements such as bone, teeth, muscle, mucous membrane (2).
Aquaporins exist in root cortical and endodermal
cells and help generate or resolve pressure of water flow (Vandeleur et al.
Cytogenetic analysis of childhood endodermal
sinus tumors: a Pediatric Oncology Group study.