Cover: A confocal section through a ‘Spectrumof Fate’ zebrafish retina. Here, differently tuned fluorescent proteins, driven by the promoters of genes that are expressed in one or more cell types, give each of the major classes of retinal neurons its own unique spectrum. See Research article by Almeida et al. on p. 1971.
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IN THIS ISSUE
DEVELOPMENT AT A GLANCE
STEM CELLS AND REGENERATION
Recapitulation of morphogenetic cell shape changes enables wound re-epithelialisation
Hemogenic endothelium generates mesoangioblasts that contribute to several mesodermal lineages in vivo
egr-4, a target of EGFR signaling, is required for the formation of the brain primordia and head regeneration in planarians
Specification of regional intestinal stem cell identity during Drosophila metamorphosis
CXCR7 prevents excessive CXCL12-mediated downregulation of CXCR4 in migrating cortical interneurons
miR-8 controls synapse structure by repression of the actin regulator Enabled
A conserved axon type hierarchy governing peripheral nerve assembly
Growth control by a moving morphogen gradient during Drosophila eye development
Arabidopsis UNHINGED encodes a VPS51 homolog and reveals a role for the GARP complex in leaf shape and vein patterning
A Gli silencer is required for robust repression of gremlin in the vertebrate limb bud
Clathrin heavy chain plays multiple roles in polarizing the Drosophila oocyte downstream of Bic-D
High-resolution analysis of gene activity during the Xenopus mid-blastula transition
Semaphorin 5B is a repellent cue for sensory afferents projecting into the developing spinal cord
Cadherin 99C regulates apical expansion and cell rearrangement during epithelial tube elongation
Noonan and LEOPARD syndrome Shp2 variants induce heart displacement defects in zebrafish
TECHNIQUES AND RESOURCES
Spectrum of Fates: a new approach to the study of the developing zebrafish retina
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