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Term:midbrain-hindbrain boundary initiation
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Accession:GO:0021547 term browser browse the term
Definition:The regionalization process that gives rise to the midbrain-hindbrain boundary. The midbrain-hindbrain domain of the embryonic brain is comprised of the mesencephalic vesicle and the first rhombencephalic vesicle at early somitogenesis stages. An organizing center at the boundary patterns the midbrain and hindbrain primordia of the neural plate.
Comment:This term was added by GO_REF:0000021.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: MHB biosynthesis;   MHB formation;   midbrain-hindbrain boundary biosynthesis;   midbrain-hindbrain boundary formation
 related_synonym: isthmus biosynthesis;   isthmus formation


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Ssbp3 single stranded DNA binding protein 3 JBrowse link 5 126,511,339 126,649,830 RGD:1600115
RGD:1624291

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      anatomical structure formation involved in morphogenesis 1167
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      anatomical structure development 5927
        multicellular organism development 5423
          embryo development 1211
            embryo development ending in birth or egg hatching 806
              chordate embryonic development 789
                neural tube development 191
                  neural tube patterning 47
                    rostrocaudal neural tube patterning 14
                      midbrain-hindbrain boundary development 9
                        midbrain-hindbrain boundary initiation 1
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