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The origin of gut and pancreatic neuroendocrine (APUD) cells--the last word?

The evidence that gut and pancreatic endocrine cells are not derivatives of the neural crest is overwhelming: yet this conclusion is still not universally accepted. In this editorial attention is drawn to the body of experimental evidence which points conclusively to gut and pancreatic endocrine cells arising from endoderm, not the neural crest, the neurectoderm or neuroendocrine programmed epiblast.

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