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The C. elegans che-1 gene encodes a zinc finger transcription factor required for specification of the ASE chemosensory neurons
Tbx4-Fgf10 system controls lung bud formation during chicken embryonic development
The p27cip/kip ortholog dacapo maintains theDrosophila oocyte in prophase of meiosis I
Genome-wide identification of in vivo DrosophilaEngrailed-binding DNA fragments and related target genes
Polarization of the C. elegans zygote proceeds via distinct establishment and maintenance phases
BDNF regulates spontaneous correlated activity at early developmental stages by increasing synaptogenesis and expression of the K+/Cl- co-transporter KCC2
XOtx5b and XOtx2 regulate photoreceptor and bipolar fates in theXenopus retina
Bicarbonate actions on flagellar and Ca2+-channel responses:initial events in sperm activation
A role for the mesenchymal T-box gene Brachyury in AER formation during limb development
Endothelin 1-mediated regulation of pharyngeal bone development in zebrafish
Two endothelin 1 effectors, hand2 and bapx1,pattern ventral pharyngeal cartilage and the jaw joint
The zinc-finger protein CNBP is required for forebrain formation in the mouse
Cell fate specification and competence by Coco, a maternal BMP, TGFβand Wnt inhibitor
Delta-Notch signaling controls the generation of neurons/glia from neural stem cells in a stepwise process
Hedgehog signalling is required for correct anteroposterior patterning of the zebrafish otic vesicle
Rac promotes epithelial cell rearrangement during tracheal tubulogenesis in Drosophila
Quiescent center formation in maize roots is associated with an auxin-regulated oxidizing environment
Induction of neuron-specific glycosylation by Tollo/Toll-8, aDrosophila Toll-like receptor expressed in non-neural cells
Developing with lethal RA levels: genetic ablation of Rarg can restore the viability of mice lacking Cyp26a1
Ca2+ oscillations at fertilization in mammals are regulated by the formation of pronuclei
DEVELOPMENT AND DISEASE
Drosophila necrotic mutations mirror disease-associated variants of human serpins
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