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From: A regulatory network modeled from wild-type gene expression data guides functional predictions in Caenorhabditis elegans development

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The C lineage produces ectodermal and mesodermal cells in the C. elegans embryo. The C cell is an embryonic “founder” cell in the C. elegans embryo that is born after three rounds of cell division. It divides to produce cells that contribute to the ectoderm (skin) and mesoderm (body wall muscle) of the embryo, which are highlighted in the bottom diagram of a 1.5 fold embryo.

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