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STEM CELLS AND REGENERATION
Notch/Rbpjκ signaling regulates progenitor maintenance and differentiation of hypothalamic arcuate neurons
The polyubiquitin gene Ubi-p63E is essential for male meiotic cell cycle progression and germ cell differentiation in Drosophila
The Osa-containing SWI/SNF chromatin-remodeling complex regulates stem cell commitment in the adult Drosophila intestine
Cell fate respecification and cell division orientation drive intercalary regeneration in Drosophila wing discs
Abdominal-B and caudal inhibit the formation of specific neuroblasts in the Drosophila tail region
An epigenetic switch is crucial for spermatogonia to exit the undifferentiated state toward a Kit-positive identity
Transcription factors lhx1/5-1 and pitx are required for the maintenance and regeneration of serotonergic neurons in planarians
Cranial neural crest cells form corridors prefiguring sensory neuroblast migration
A non-canonical role for the C. elegans dosage compensation complex in growth and metabolic regulation downstream of TOR complex 2
The insulator protein Suppressor of Hairy-wing is an essential transcriptional repressor in the Drosophila ovary
Histone variant H3.3 maintains a decondensed chromatin state essential for mouse preimplantation development
CAF-1 promotes Notch signaling through epigenetic control of target gene expression during Drosophila development
Post-transcriptional regulation of myotube elongation and myogenesis by Hoi Polloi
Predetermined embryonic glial cells form the distinct glial sheaths of the Drosophila peripheral nervous system
GDNF is required for neural colonization of the pancreas
Pax7 is regulated by cMyb during early neural crest development through a novel enhancer
Phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II is independent of P-TEFb in the C. elegans germline
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