- Enrique Amaya, University of Manchester
- Jean-François Brunet, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
- Brigitte Galliot, University of Geneva
- Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis, Sloan-Kettering Institute
- Didier Stainier, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research
- X. Cindy Tian, University of Connecticut
- Rolf Zeller, University of Basel Medical School
- Derek Anane, BioMed Central
MudS, a microtubule binding protein isoform, appears to be a key regulator in production of binucleate cells, by triggering cells to go through mitosis without cytokinesis, during development of the Drosophila male accessory gland.
Striking conservation across jawed vertebrates is seen at the cis-regulatory level in the homeodomain transcription factor orthopedia (Otp) gene, involved in the regulation of hypothalamic neurons that are responsible for the stress response.
Transition from the initial wide branching urinary collecting duct tree to narrower later branching is dependent on the proximity of other branch tips with bone morphogenetic protein 7 (BMP7) acting as a repelling molecule in this process.
BMC Developmental Biology 2015, 15:12
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