Cover ImageCover: Motion is detected in the inner ear, which contains three semicircular canals oriented with the dimensions of space (top). In Lrig3 mutant mice (bottom), the canal that detects motion in the horizontal plane (red) is truncated, resulting in a dramatic circling behavior. See research article by Abraira et al. on p. 4091.Close Modal
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Boundary swapping in the Drosophila Bithorax complex
Attribution of vascular phenotypes of the murine Egfl7 locus to the microRNA miR-126
Notch signalling coordinates tissue growth and wing fate specification in Drosophila
Growth regulation by Dpp: an essential role for Brinker and a non-essential role for graded signaling levels
Dual requirement for Pax6 in retinal progenitor cells
C2cd3 is required for cilia formation and Hedgehog signaling in mouse
Mammalian Tead proteins regulate cell proliferation and contact inhibition as transcriptional mediators of Hippo signaling
Two-step selection of a single R8 photoreceptor: a bistable loop between senseless and rough locks in R8 fate
Foxg1 regulates retinal axon pathfinding by repressing an ipsilateral program in nasal retina and by causing optic chiasm cells to exert a net axonal growth-promoting activity
Cross-repressive interactions between Lrig3 and netrin 1 shape the architecture of the inner ear
Canonical Wnt signaling is required for the maintenance of dorsal retinal identity
Directing pathfinding along the dorsolateral path - the role of EDNRB2 and EphB2 in overcoming inhibition
SIT1 is a betaine/proline transporter that is activated in mouse eggs after fertilization and functions until the 2-cell stage
The DNA-binding Polycomb-group protein Pleiohomeotic maintains both active and repressed transcriptional states through a single site
γ-Protocadherins regulate neuronal survival but are dispensable for circuit formation in retina
A differential developmental pattern of spinal interneuron apoptosis during synaptogenesis: insights from genetic analyses of the protocadherin-γ gene cluster
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