Cover ImageCover: Transgenic wt1b::eGFP zebrafish embryos at 30 hpf, showing pronephros-specific GFP expression (green) directed by a 28 kb genomic fragment located 5′ of the Wilms' tumor suppressor gene (wt1b). The line recapitulates, to a large extent, the endogenous wt1b expression pattern. See Research article by Bollig et al. on p. 2883.Close Modal
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Graft-transmissible induction of potato tuberization by the microRNA miR172
A highly conserved retinoic acid responsive element controls wt1a expression in the zebrafish pronephros
Graded Egfr activity patterns the Drosophila eggshell independently of autocrine feedback
Feedback control of the EGFR signaling gradient: superposition of domain-splitting events in Drosophila oogenesis
Control of extracellular matrix assembly along tissue boundaries via Integrin and Eph/Ephrin signaling
Islet-to-LMO stoichiometries control the function of transcription complexes that specify motor neuron and V2a interneuron identity
The C. elegans Tailless/TLX transcription factor nhr-67controls neuronal identity and left/right asymmetric fate diversification
Neurog2 is a direct downstream target of the Ptf1a-Rbpj transcription complex in dorsal spinal cord
Zebrafish ale oko, an essential determinant of sensory neuron survival and the polarity of retinal radial glia, encodes the p50 subunit of dynactin
MARCKS modulates radial progenitor placement, proliferation and organization in the developing cerebral cortex
Stage-dependent modes of Pax6-Sox2 epistasis regulate lens development and eye morphogenesis
Early requirement of Hyaluronan for tail regeneration in Xenopustadpoles
hnRNP I is required to generate the Ca2+ signal that causes egg activation in zebrafish
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