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How to make an intestine
STEM CELLS AND REGENERATION
Growth/differentiation factor 15 promotes EGFR signalling, and regulates proliferation and migration in the hippocampus of neonatal and young adult mice
Reconstruction of phrenic neuron identity in embryonic stem cell-derived motor neurons
Human embryonic epidermis contains a diverse Langerhans cell precursor pool
The expression of Y-linked Zfy2 in XY mouse oocytes leads to frequent meiosis 2 defects, a high incidence of subsequent early cleavage stage arrest and infertility
Machine learning classification of cell-specific cardiac enhancers uncovers developmental subnetworks regulating progenitor cell division and cell fate specification
Macroglobulin complement-related encodes a protein required for septate junction organization and paracellular barrier function in Drosophila
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