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The pattern of neuroblast formation, mitotic domains and proneural gene expression during early brain development in Drosophila
Segment polarity and DV patterning gene expression reveals segmental organization of the Drosophila brain
bozozok directly represses bmp2b transcription and mediates the earliest dorsoventral asymmetry of bmp2b expression in zebrafish
Endothelial and steroidogenic cell migration are regulated by WNT4 in the developing mammalian gonad
Targeted expression of shibirets and semaphorin 1a reveals critical periods for synapse formation in the giant fiber of Drosophila
Differential expression of the Drosophila BX-C in polytene chromosomes in cells of larval fat bodies: a cytological approach to identifying in vivo targets of the homeotic Ubx, Abd-A and Abd-B proteins
Two subunits of the Drosophila mediator complex act together to control cell affinity
Nuclear translocation of activated MAP kinase is developmentally regulated in the developing Drosophila eye
Echinoid limits R8 photoreceptor specification by inhibiting inappropriate EGF receptor signalling within R8 equivalence groups
Echinoid is essential for regulation of Egfr signaling and R8 formation during Drosophila eye development
Modes of intercellular transcription factor movement in the Arabidopsis apex
Alternative splicing affecting a novel domain in the C. elegansEGL-15 FGF receptor confers functional specificity
A 90° rotation of the mitotic spindle changes the orientation of mitoses of zebrafish neuroepithelial cells
C. elegans ZAG-1, a Zn-finger-homeodomain protein, regulates axonal development and neuronal differentiation
zag-1, a Zn-finger homeodomain transcription factor controlling neuronal differentiation and axon outgrowth in C. elegans
The Caenorhabditis elegans spalt-like gene sem-4restricts touch cell fate by repressing the selector Hox gene egl-5and the effector gene mec-3
FRIZZY PANICLE is required to prevent the formation of axillary meristems and to establish floral meristem identity in rice spikelets
A retrospective clonal analysis of the myocardium reveals two phases of clonal growth in the developing mouse heart
Distinct regulators of Shh transcription in the floor plate and notochord indicate separate origins for these tissues in the mouse node
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