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In most vertebrate species, the body axis is generated by the formation of repeated transient structures called somites. This spatial periodicity in somitogenesis has been related to the genetic network oscillations in certain mRNAs and their associated gene products in the cells forming the presomitic mesoderm. The current molecular view of the mechanism underlying these oscillations involves negative-feedback regulation at transcriptional and translational levels. The spatially periodicdoi:10.1142/s021812741002579x fatcat:x5xjj3nm7fcwnpf4c3mqq6j6ve