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HIPPO signaling resolves embryonic cell fate conflicts during establishment of pluripotency in vivo
Tristan Frum et al.
HIPPO signaling antagonizes the apical domain of polarized cells, driving cell internalization, regulated gene expression, and cell fate change during formation of pluripotent stem cell progenitors in the mouse embryo.
Computational and Systems Biology
A repressor-decay timer for robust temporal patterning in embryonic
Inna Averbukh et al.
Physics of Living Systems
Theoretical tool bridging cell polarities with development of robust morphologies
Silas Boye Nissen et al.
Biological shapes and morphological transitions can emerge from combining directed interactions between cells with apical-basal and planar cell polarity.
Control of neural crest multipotency by Wnt signaling and the Lin28/
Debadrita Bhattacharya et al.
Screening for insulin-independent pathways that modulate glucose homeostasis identifies androgen receptor antagonists
Sri Teja Mullapudi et al.
Wnt11 directs nephron progenitor polarity and motile behavior ultimately determining nephron endowment
Lori L O'Brien et al.
Wnt11 maintains nephron progenitor niche integrity during kidney development through its modulation of cellular dynamics.
The Toll pathway inhibits tissue growth and regulates cell fitness in an infection-dependent manner
Federico Germani et al.
Toll pathway inactivation enhances tissue growth and cell fitness when the environment in which animals develop is not deprived of pathogens.
controls nephron segmentation during zebrafish embryonic kidney ontogeny
Joseph M Chambers et al.
The transcriptional coactivator
regulates the renal progenitor patterning to delineate boundary formation of differentiated segment populations during nephrogenesis.
A novel enhancer near the
gene influences development and evolution of pelvic appendages in vertebrates
Abbey C Thompson et al.
Regulatory sequences downstream of a key limb identity gene are required for normal sizes of leg bones, and are changed in wild species with dramatic alterations in pelvic structures.
induces hallmarks of neocortical expansion in developing ferret neocortex
Nereo Kalebic et al.
The evolution of segmentation
Felix Kaufholz, Natascha Turetzek
An ancient origin for skin patterning
Hannah Brunsdon, E Elizabeth Patton
Immunology and Inflammation
Chemokines: The cell sets the tone
Jonna Alanko, Michael Sixt
Marianne E Bronner
California Institute of Technology, United States
Christian S Hardtke
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany
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