Cover ImageCover: Transgenic analysis of a Gli1-binding region identified by ChIP-on-chip studies revealed Nkx2.2 as a direct transcriptional target of the sonic hedgehog pathway (above). A BioTapestry model (beneath) depicting the cis-regulatory inputs specifying Nkx2.2+ V3 neural progenitors. See research article by Vokes et al. on p. 1977.
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Nab controls the activity of the zinc-finger transcription factors Squeeze and Rotund in Drosophila development
Akt mediates self-renewal division of mouse spermatogonial stem cells
Dynamic Decapentaplegic signaling regulates patterning and adhesion in the Drosophila pupal retina
pygopus 2 has a crucial, Wnt pathway-independent function in lens induction
Specification of Arabidopsis floral meristem identity by repression of flowering time genes
Notch signaling regulates neural precursor allocation and binary neuronal fate decisions in zebrafish
Arabidopsis homologs of components of the SWR1 complex regulate flowering and plant development
Mitotic spindle orientation distinguishes stem cell and terminal modes of neuron production in the early spinal cord
A Dynein-dependent shortcut rapidly delivers axis determination transcripts into the Drosophila oocyte
Tailbud-derived mesenchyme promotes urinary tract segmentation via BMP4 signaling
Genomic characterization of Gli-activator targets in sonic hedgehog-mediated neural patterning
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