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This paper describes the contemporary state of knowledge regarding processes that regulate normal development of the embryonic–fetal central nervous system (CNS). The processes are described according to the developmental timetable: dorsal induction, ventral induction, neurogenesis, neuronal migration, post-migration neuronal development, and cortical organization. We review the current literature on CNS malformations associated with these regulating processes. We specifically address neuraldoi:10.3390/life12060809 pmid:35743840 pmcid:PMC9224903 fatcat:5z6ty2o2iffhvjgjvhovqp74r4