A new study using mouse neural crest tissue reveals how primitive, undifferentiated cells choose their adult fate. The findings help explain how some neural crest cells become craniofacial cells, while others end up as nervous system cells. The research can help pinpoint where cells may ‘take the wrong turn’ and become malignant.
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