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Development (2020) 147 (6): dev180844.
Published: 19 March 2020
... of ontogeny). For brevity, hereafter we focus on regeneration in the context of tissues for which recent findings have led to new insights, namely the appendages (tail/limb), CNS and heart. Where similar regenerative processes have been reported in both X. laevis and X. tropicalis , we will refer...
Development (2011) 138 (6): 1087–1092.
Published: 15 March 2011
...-terminal tail are not clear. To address this, we studied the effects of tail mutations on mitochondria transport, determinant mRNA localization and cytoplasmic streaming in Drosophila . Our results show that two biochemically defined elements of the tail – the ATP-independent microtubule-binding sequence...
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Development (2007) 134 (24): 4315–4324.
Published: 15 December 2007
... and mouse embryos. The analyses showed a continued cell movement resembling gastrulation associated with EMT during the early tailbud stage of both embryos. Such gastrulation-like cell movement was gradually attenuated by the absence of EMT during tail development. The kinetics of the expression pattern...
Development (2007) 134 (7): 1323–1335.
Published: 1 April 2007
... transport during Xenopus tail regeneration. We show that activity of the V-ATPase H + pump is required for regeneration but not wound healing or tail development. The V-ATPase is specifically upregulated in existing wound cells by 6 hours post-amputation. Pharmacological or molecular genetic loss of V...
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Development (2005) 132 (10): 2333–2343.
Published: 15 May 2005
...Ujwal J. Pyati; Ashley E. Webb; David Kimelman Bone morphogenetic protein (Bmp) signaling is crucial for the formation and patterning of zebrafish ventral and posterior mesoderm. Mutants defective in the Bmp pathway have expanded trunk muscle, abnormal tails and severely impaired development...
Development (2004) 131 (11): 2669–2679.
Published: 1 June 2004
...Cesare Gargioli; Jonathan M. W. Slack The tail of the Xenopus tadpole will regenerate following amputation, and all three of the main axial structures – the spinal cord, the notochord and the segmented myotomes – are found in the regenerated tail. We have investigated the cellular origin of each...
Development (2002) 129 (3): 551–561.
Published: 1 February 2002
... proteins. We suggest a fundamental role for epithelial specific expression of Hoxa13 in the epithelial-mesenchymal interaction necessary for tail growth and posterior GGU patterning. In order to determine if HFGa13 acts as a dominant negative in vivo we used a competitive assay taking advantage...