Cover ImageCover: Image of a Xenopus tail bud shown 7 days after amputation. No regeneration took place because the tail was irradiated, killing proliferating cells. Importantly, axons (red) still elongated out towards the bud, showing that cell proliferation is not required for axonal patterning during regeneration. See research article by Adams et al. on p. 1323.Close Modal
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Dynamic somite cell rearrangements lead to distinct waves of myotome growth
PAR-6 is required for junction formation but not apicobasal polarization in C. elegans embryonic epithelial cells
Thrombospondin-mediated adhesion is essential for the formation of the myotendinous junction in Drosophila
Inca: a novel p21-activated kinase-associated protein required for cranial neural crest development
Cell lineage-specific expression and function of the empty spiracles gene in adult brain development of Drosophila melanogaster
The Zic family member, odd-paired, regulates the Drosophila BMP, decapentaplegic, during adult head development
Conditional activation of Pax6 in the developing cortex of transgenic mice causes progenitor apoptosis
H+ pump-dependent changes in membrane voltage are an early mechanism necessary and sufficient to induce Xenopus tail regeneration
Antagonistic and cooperative actions of the EGFR and Dpp pathways on the iroquois genes regulate Drosophila mesothorax specification and patterning
The O-fucosyltransferase O-fut1 is an extracellular component that is essential for the constitutive endocytic trafficking of Notch in Drosophila
Timing of the onset of a developmental cell death is controlled by transcriptional induction of the C. elegans ced-3 caspase-encoding gene
RALDH-independent generation of retinoic acid during vertebrate embryogenesis by CYP1B1
The nuclear envelope protein MAN1 regulates TGFβ signaling and vasculogenesis in the embryonic yolk sac
Specification of cell fate along the proximal-distal axis in the developing chick limb bud
P2X receptor signaling inhibits BDNF-mediated spiral ganglion neuron development in the neonatal rat cochlea
Rab6 mediates membrane organization and determinant localization during Drosophila oogenesis
Shroom family proteins regulate γ-tubulin distribution and microtubule architecture during epithelial cell shape change
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Met acts on Mdm2 via mTOR to signal cell survival during development
Cholangiocyte marker-positive and -negative fetal liver cells differ significantly in their ability to regenerate the livers of adult rats exposed to retrorsine
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