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The patterning and functioning of protrusive activity during convergence and extension of the Xenopus organiser
Fate mapping the neural plate and the intraembryonic mesoblast in the upper layer of the chicken blastoderm with xenografting and time-lapse videography
NCAM and its polysialic acid moiety: a mechanism for pull/push regulation of cell interactions during development?
The role of intermediate filaments in early Xenopus development studied by antisense depletion of maternal mRNA
Muscle gene activation in Xenopus requires intercellular communication during gastrula as well as blastula stages
Specification of the body plan during Xenopus gastrulation: dorsoventral and anteroposterior patterning of the mesoderm
Relationships between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axes in chick and frog embryos
Dorsoventral development of the Drosophila embryo is controlled by a cascade of transcriptional regulators
Xenopus Hox-2 genes are expressed sequentially after the onset of gastrulation and are differentially inducible by retinoic acid
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