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Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Brook MacMillan


The term ramogen refers to a biological factor, typically a growth factor or other protein, that causes a developing biological cell or tissue to branch in a tree-like manner.

The term was first coined (from the Latin ramus = branch and the Greek genesis = creation) in an article about kidney development by Davies and Davey (Pediatr Nephrol. 1999 Aug;13(6):535-41), and has now passed into general use in the technical literature concerned with branching of biological structures.


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