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Term:epithalamus development
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Definition:The progression of the epithalamus over time from its initial formation until its mature state. The epithalamus is the small dorsomedial area of the thalamus including the habenular nuclei and associated fiber bundles, the pineal body, and the epithelial roof of the third ventricle.


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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Nr4a2 nuclear receptor subfamily 4 group A member 2 acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO (MGI:4398759|PMID:19906978) MGI PMID:19906978 MGI:4398759 NCBI chrNW_004936469:21,912,118...21,920,486 JBrowse link
G Pax6 paired box 6 acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO (MGI:5662366|PMID:24528677) MGI PMID:24528677 MGI:5662366 NCBI chrNW_004936533:5,952,529...5,980,889 JBrowse link
G Pou4f1 POU class 4 homeobox 1 acts_upstream_of_or_within ISO (MGI:4398759|PMID:19906978) MGI PMID:19906978 MGI:4398759 NCBI chrNW_004936511:2,857,017...2,859,705 JBrowse link

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  biological_process 12166
    developmental process 5730
      anatomical structure development 5358
        epithalamus development 3
          habenula development 3
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  biological_process 12166
    developmental process 5730
      anatomical structure development 5358
        multicellular organism development 4906
          system development 4622
            nervous system development 2393
              central nervous system development 1148
                brain development 910
                  forebrain development 488
                    diencephalon development 93
                      epithalamus development 3
                        habenula development 3
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