Cover ImageCover: An indeterminate fruit of the dominant miR164-resistant tomato mutant Gob-4d. The transcription factor GOBLET acts quantitatively to specify organ boundaries, time organ maturation and tune the spatial and temporal position of leaflets in compound tomato leaves. See Research article by Berger et al. on p. 823.
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REST selectively represses a subset of RE1-containing neuronal genes in mouse embryonic stem cells
The interaction of xKaiso with xTcf3: a revised model for integration of epigenetic and Wnt signalling pathways
The non-methylated DNA-binding function of Kaiso is not required in early Xenopus laevis development
FGF ligands in Drosophila have distinct activities required to support cell migration and differentiation
Identification of direct T-box target genes in the developing zebrafish mesoderm
SoxF is part of a novel negative-feedback loop in the wingless pathway that controls proliferation in the Drosophila wing disc
Differential requirements of BMP and Wnt signalling during gastrulation and neurulation define two steps in neural crest induction
Intermuscular tendons are essential for the development of vertebrate stomach
Steroids initiate a signaling cascade that triggers rapid sporulation in Dictyostelium
Regulation of the Rac GTPase pathway by the multifunctional Rho GEF Pebble is essential for mesoderm migration in the Drosophilagastrula
The NAC-domain transcription factor GOBLET specifies leaflet boundaries in compound tomato leaves
Neurovascular development uses VEGF-A signaling to regulate blood vessel ingression into the neural tube
Coordinate integrin and c-Met signaling regulate Wnt gene expression during epithelial morphogenesis
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EphA4 as an effector of Twist1 in the guidance of osteogenic precursor cells during calvarial bone growth and in craniosynostosis
TNFα-dependent hepatic steatosis and liver degeneration caused by mutation of zebrafish s-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase
Flamingo regulates epiboly and convergence/extension movements through cell cohesive and signalling functions during zebrafish gastrulation
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