Cover ImageCover: Differentiated epithelial cells expressing keratin 79 (green) migrate out of developing hair follicles and mediate the formation of the hair canal, through which the hair fibre will later emerge.ÊBasal epithelial cells expressing keratin 5 are shown in red. See Research article by Wong et al. on p. 4870.Close Modal
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STEM CELLS AND REGENERATION
Transdifferentiation and remodeling of post-embryonic C. elegans cells by a single transcription factor
COUP-TFI controls activity-dependent tyrosine hydroxylase expression in adult dopaminergic olfactory bulb interneurons
Zebrafish midbrain slow-amplifying progenitors exhibit high levels of transcripts for nucleotide and ribosome biogenesis
Keratin 79 identifies a novel population of migratory epithelial cells that initiates hair canal morphogenesis and regeneration
Short-range Wnt5 signaling initiates specification of sea urchin posterior ectoderm
Cell delamination in the mesencephalic neural fold and its implication for the origin of ectomesenchyme
The Xenopus homologue of Down syndrome critical region protein 6 drives dorsoanterior gene expression and embryonic axis formation by antagonising polycomb group proteins
A new role for the calcineurin/NFAT pathway in neonatal myosin heavy chain expression via the NFATc2/MyoD complex during mouse myogenesis
Different CHD chromatin remodelers are required for expression of distinct gene sets and specific stages during development of Dictyostelium discoideum
Insm1 controls development of pituitary endocrine cells and requires a SNAG domain for function and for recruitment of histone-modifying factors
RPE specification in the chick is mediated by surface ectoderm-derived BMP and Wnt signalling
TECHNIQUES AND RESOURCES
Efficient CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing with low off-target effects in zebrafish
zebraflash transgenic lines for in vivo bioluminescence imaging of stem cells and regeneration in adult zebrafish
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