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    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Immunology and Inflammation

    Human DUX4 and mouse Dux interact with STAT1 and broadly inhibit interferon-stimulated gene induction

    Amy E Spens, Nicholas A Sutliff ... Stephen J Tapscott
    The developmental transcription factor DUX4 interacts with STAT1 and broadly suppresses expression of IFNγ-stimulated genes.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    linc-mipep and linc-wrb encode micropeptides that regulate chromatin accessibility in vertebrate-specific neural cells

    Valerie A Tornini, Liyun Miao ... Antonio J Giraldez
    Two putative long noncoding RNAs in zebrafish encode micropeptides with homology to the vertebrate-specific chromatin architectural protein, Hmgn1, which are required for development of vertebrate-specific brain cell types.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    DNALI1 interacts with the MEIG1/PACRG complex within the manchette and is required for proper sperm flagellum assembly in mice

    Yi Tian Yap, Wei Li ... Zhibing Zhang
    Axonemal dynein light intermediate polypeptide 1 is required for sperm formation and male fertility through association with MEIG1/PACRG complex in the manchette, involvement in a cargo transport system, intraflagellar transport, and sperm individualization.
    1. Cell Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    Nr2f1a maintains atrial nkx2.5 expression to repress pacemaker identity within venous atrial cardiomyocytes of zebrafish

    Kendall E Martin, Padmapriyadarshini Ravisankar ... Joshua S Waxman
    The transcription factor Nr2f1a represses ventricular and pacemaker cardiomyocyte identities within distinct regions of the zebrafish atrium.
    1. Developmental Biology

    Opposing, spatially-determined epigenetic forces impose restrictions on stochastic olfactory receptor choice

    Elizaveta V. Bashkirova, Nell Klimpert ... Stavros Lomvardas
    1. Chromosomes and Gene Expression
    2. Developmental Biology

    The single-cell chromatin accessibility landscape in mouse perinatal testis development

    Hoi Ching Suen, Shitao Rao ... Jinyue Liao
    Single-cell chromatin accessibility analysis reveals the intricate regulatory landscape of mouse testicular development, uncovering novel cell subpopulations and transcription factors, and offering valuable insights into the molecular mechanisms driving germ cell and somatic cell maturation.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine

    Single-cell transcriptomics of a dynamic cell behavior in murine airways

    Sheldon JJ Kwok, Daniel T Montoro ... Vladimir Vinarsky
    Live imaging of cells in an intact murine tissue combined with single-cell sequencing reveals a unique transcriptional signature of an observed cellular behavior.
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