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Term:mammillothalamic axonal tract development
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Definition:The progression of the mammillothalamic axonal tract, from its formation to the mature structure. The mammillothalamic tract is the collection of axons that connects the two major subdivisions of the diencephalon (hypothalamus and thalamus) and closes the diencephalic circuit.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Foxb1 forkhead box B1 ISS
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GO_REF:0000024
(MGI:MGI:1352733|PMID:10662642), (MGI:MGI:1931655|PMID:11170346)
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PMID:10662642, PMID:11170346 GO_REF:0000024, MGI:MGI:1352733, MGI:MGI:1931655 NCBI chr 8:75,992,751...75,995,371
Ensembl chr 8:75,992,755...75,995,371
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  biological_process 20017
    developmental process 6813
      anatomical structure development 6256
        mammillothalamic axonal tract development 1
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  biological_process 20017
    developmental process 6813
      anatomical structure development 6256
        multicellular organism development 5735
          system development 5272
            nervous system development 2716
              central nervous system development 1257
                brain development 963
                  forebrain development 507
                    limbic system development 154
                      mammillary body development 2
                        mammillary axonal complex development 2
                          mammillothalamic axonal tract development 1
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