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Special Issue: Metabolic and Nutritional Control of Development and Regeneration
STEM CELLS AND REGENERATION
Glutamine protects mouse spermatogonial stem cells against NOX1-derived ROS for sustaining self-renewal division in vitro
Summary: Measuring the amino acid requirements of germline stem cells reveals that spermatogonia require glutamine for protection against reactive oxygen species.
Drosophila embryos spatially sort their nutrient stores to facilitate their utilization
Summary: In Drosophila embryos, Jabba is essential for correct sorting of glycogen granules and lipid droplets into different tissues by preventing inappropriate interactions between these organelles.
Gestational iron deficiency affects the ratio between interneuron subtypes in the postnatal cerebral cortex in mice
Summary: Gestational iron deficiency leads to altered neuronal progenitor cell proliferation in the embryo and is associated with changes in specific interneuron subtypes in the offspring.
The Forest of Biologists
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Call for papers: Metabolic and Nutritional Control of Development and Regeneration
We are welcoming submissions for our next special issue, which will focus on metabolic and nutritional control of development and regeneration. Submission deadline: 15 May 2023.