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A contractile ring-like mechanism in wound healing and soluble factors affecting structural stability in the cortex of Xenopus eggs and oocytes
The early development of the primary sensory neurones in an amphibian embryo: a scanning electron microscope study
A study of the properties, morphogenetic potencies and prospective fate of outer and inner layers of ectodermal and chordamesodermal regions during gastrulation, in various Anuran amphibians
Melanophore differentiation in Xenopus laevis, with special reference to dorsoventral pigment pattern formation
Transfilter studies on the mechanism of epithelio-mesenchymal interaction leading to chondrogenic differentiation of neural crest cells
Mevalonate reverses the developmental arrest of preimplantation mouse embryos by Compactin, an inhibitor of HMG Co A reductase
Expression of the yolk-protein genes in the mutant doublesex dominant (dsxD) of Drosophila melanogaster
Spreading of a sperm surface antigen within the plasma membrane of the egg after fertilization in the rat
Retinal pigment epithelium: pattern of proliferative activity and its regulation by intraocular pressure in postnatal rats
Effect of glucose on beta cell proliferation and population size in organ culture of foetal and neonatal rat pancreases
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