Cover ImageCover: Confocal image of an isl1-GFP zebrafish embryo injected with morpholinos to block cdx1a and cdx4 translation. Anterior is to the left. The image shows the expansion of isl1-GFP-expressing hindbrain branchiomotor neurons (green) throughout the trunk and tail nervous system of a cdx1a/cdx4-deficient zebrafish embryo. Somites (red) were stained with an anti-myosin antibody. See research article on p. 2147.Close Modal
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The FERM protein Epb4.1l5 is required for organization of the neural plate and for the epithelial-mesenchymal transition at the primitive streak of the mouse embryo
Different Wnt signals act through the Frizzled and RYK receptors during Drosophila salivary gland migration
Enabled plays key roles in embryonic epithelial morphogenesis in Drosophila
Bmp and Fgf signaling are essential for liver specification in zebrafish
Cerberus is a feedback inhibitor of Nodal asymmetric signaling in the chick embryo
Drosophila Nemo antagonizes BMP signaling by phosphorylation of Mad and inhibition of its nuclear accumulation
Integration of cytokinin and gibberellin signalling by Arabidopsis transcription factors GIS, ZFP8 and GIS2 in the regulation of epidermal cell fate
A clonal analysis of neural progenitors during axolotl spinal cord regeneration reveals evidence for both spatially restricted and multipotent progenitors
Region-specific requirement for cholesterol modification of sonic hedgehog in patterning the telencephalon and spinal cord
Dissection of the target specificity of the RNA-binding protein HOW reveals dpp mRNA as a novel HOW target
Wnt signals provide a timing mechanism for the FGF-retinoid differentiation switch during vertebrate body axis extension
Ena/VASP function in retinal axons is required for terminal arborization but not pathway navigation
Repression of the hindbrain developmental program by Cdx factors is required for the specification of the vertebrate spinal cord
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Conditional Kif3a ablation causes abnormal hedgehog signaling topography, growth plate dysfunction, and excessive bone and cartilage formation during mouse skeletogenesis
Conditional ablation of GFRα1 in postmigratory enteric neurons triggers unconventional neuronal death in the colon and causes a Hirschsprung's disease phenotype
The Drosophila Lkb1 kinase is required for spindle formation and asymmetric neuroblast division
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