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Dual midbrain and forebrain origins of thalamic inhibitory interneurons
Polona Jager et al.
Thalamic interneurons in the mouse thalamus are often overlooked because of their extremely low numbers, however they are developmentally complex and related to those of larger-brained species.
A Non-stop identity complex (NIC) supervises enterocyte identity and protects from pre-mature aging
Neta Erez et al.
Deficient spermiogenesis in mice lacking
Feng Wang et al.
Physically asymmetric division of the
zygote ensures invariably successful embryogenesis
Radek Jankele et al.
Three-dimensional reconstruction of a whole insect reveals its phloem sap-sucking mechanism at nano-resolution
Xin-Qiu Wang et al.
Exocyst-mediated membrane trafficking of the lissencephaly-associated ECM receptor dystroglycan is required for proper brain compartmentalization
Andriy S Yatsenko et al.
Negative feedback couples Hippo pathway activation with Kibra degradation independent of Yorkie-mediated transcription
Sherzod A Tokamov et al.
Kibra-mediated Hippo complex assembly promotes Kibra degradation in a negative feedback loop that is regulated by mechanical tension.
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
Foxc1 establishes enhancer accessibility for craniofacial cartilage differentiation
Pengfei Xu et al.
Foxc1 proteins prepare the genomes of neural crest-derived cells to facilitate their later development into the cartilages that support the embryonic face.
Rab5 and Rab11 maintain hematopoietic homeostasis by restricting multiple signaling pathways in
Shichao Yu et al.
Rab5 and Rab11 regulate hematopoietic homeostasis in Drosophila, and this process involves the JNK, Toll, and Ras/EGFR signaling pathways and autophagy.
Differential activation of JAK-STAT signaling reveals functional compartmentalization in
Diana Rodrigues et al.
Imaging methods are vastly underreported
Guillermo Marqués et al.
Immunology and Inflammation
A hemocyte atlas for an insect
Samuel Liegeois, Dominique Ferrandon
Philosophy of Biology: Knowledge and illusions
Antony M Jose
Marianne E Bronner
California Institute of Technology, United States
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China
Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany
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