Cover ImageCover: In the Arabidopsis sepal epidermis, differences in cell size correlate with differences in enhancer expression. Large cells express the giant cell marker (blue and pale yellow nuclear-localised signal), whereas small cells express a different marker (green endoplasmic reticulum-localised signal). Propidium iodide (red) stains the cell wall to visualise cell size. See Research article by Roeder et al. on p. 4416.Close Modal
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DEVELOPMENT AND STEM CELLS
Endothelial deletion of murine Jag1 leads to valve calcification and congenital heart defects associated with Alagille syndrome
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