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Regular heartbeat rhythm at the heartbeat initiation stage is essential for normal cardiogenesis at low temperature
Tomomi Watanabe-Asaka, Yoshio Sekiya, Hironori Wada, Takako Yasuda, Ikuya Okubo, Shoji Oda, Hiroshi Mitani BMC Developmental Biology 2014, 14:12 (25 February 2014)
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Functional modifications associated with gastrointestinal tract organogenesis during metamorphosis in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus)
Ana S Gomes, Yuko Kamisaka, Torstein Harboe, Deborah M Power, Ivar Rønnestad BMC Developmental Biology 2014, 14:11 (19 February 2014)
Electroablation: a method for neurectomy and localized tissue injury
José Moya-Díaz, Oscar A Peña, Mario Sánchez, Daniela A Ureta, Nicole G Reynaert, Consuelo Anguita-Salinas, Gonzalo Marín, Miguel L Allende BMC Developmental Biology 2014, 14:7 (16 February 2014)
The precise timeline of transcriptional regulation reveals causation in mouse somitogenesis network
Bernard Fongang, Andrzej Kudlicki BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:42 (5 December 2013)
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NumbL is essential for Xenopus primary neurogenesis
Frank Nieber, Marie Hedderich, Olaf Jahn, Tomas Pieler, Kristine A Henningfeld BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:36 (14 October 2013)
The role of Zic transcription factors in regulating hindbrain retinoic acid signaling
Danna L Drummond, Caroline S Cheng, Lyndsay G Selland, Jennifer C Hocking, Lisa B Prichard, Andrew J Waskiewicz BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:31 (12 August 2013)
Evolution of Hox gene clusters in deuterostomes
Juan Pascual-Anaya, Salvatore D’Aniello, Shigeru Kuratani, Jordi Garcia-Fernàndez BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:26 (2 July 2013)
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Jordi Garcia-Fernandez and colleagues review our current knowledge of Hox gene cluster evolution in deuterostomes, and discuss ways to increase our understanding of the evolutionary processes of these transcription factors in future.
Live imaging and analysis of postnatal mouse retinal development
Philip EB Nickerson, Kara M Ronellenfitch, Nicklaus F Csuzdi, Jamie D Boyd, Perry L Howard, Kerry R Delaney, Robert L Chow BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:24 (10 June 2013)
An improved method, using CO2-independent culture medium and agarose embedding, for live imaging of mouse retinal explants allows tracking of interkinetic nuclear migration within individual retinal cells, and analysis of changes in retinal progenitor cell morphology.
FishFace: interactive atlas of zebrafish craniofacial development at cellular resolution
B Frank Eames, April DeLaurier, Bonnie Ullmann, Tyler R Huycke, James T Nichols, John Dowd, Marcie McFadden, Mark M Sasaki, Charles B Kimmel BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:23 (28 May 2013)
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The 3D -interactive FishFace Atlas represents a powerful high-resolution tool for learning about growth and development of the zebrafish craniofacial skeleton, providing a reference for comparative and mutational analyses.
External and internal shell formation in the ramshorn snail Marisa cornuarietis are extremes in a continuum of gradual variation in development
Leonie Marschner, Julian Staniek, Silke Schuster, Rita Triebskorn, Heinz-R Köhler BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:22 (17 May 2013)
Expression of phosphatase of regenerating liver family genes during embryogenesis: an evolutionary developmental analysis among Drosophila, amphioxus, and zebrafish
Ming-Der Lin, Hsun-Tzu Lee, Szu-Chieh Wang, Han-Ru Li, Hsin-Lun Hsien, Kai-Wen Cheng, Yu-Di Chang, Min-Lang Huang, Jr-Kai Yu, Yau-Hung Chen BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:18 (4 May 2013)
A bright single-cell resolution live imaging reporter of Notch signaling in the mouse
Sonja Nowotschin, Panagiotis Xenopoulos, Nadine Schrode, Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:15 (25 April 2013)
Transgenic mice expressing a nuclear-localized fluorescent protein driven by responsive elements, taken from the CBF1 transcription factor, allow single-cell resolution of the Notch signaling pathway, with greater sensitivity and resolution than previous reporter lines.
Evidence for the requirement of 14-3-3eta (YWHAH) in meiotic spindle assembly during mouse oocyte maturation
Santanu De, Douglas Kline BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:10 (1 April 2013)
In situ hybridization protocol for enhanced detection of gene expression in the planarian Schmidtea mediterranea
Ryan S King, Phillip A Newmark BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:8 (12 March 2013)
Modification of multiple steps in in situ hybridization methods for the freshwater planarian Schmidtea mediterranea greatly increase signal detection and may prove useful for whole-mount fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) in other model organisms
Identifying targets of the Sox domain protein Dichaete in the Drosophila CNS via targeted expression of dominant negative proteins
Shih Pei Shen, Jelena Aleksic, Steven Russell BMC Developmental Biology 2013, 13:1 (5 January 2013)
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Standardised classification of pre-release development in male-brooding pipefish, seahorses, and seadragons (Family Syngnathidae)
Stefan Sommer, Camilla M Whittington, Anthony B Wilson BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:39 (29 December 2012)
Pax4 is not essential for beta-cell differentiation in zebrafish embryos but modulates alpha-cell generation by repressing arx gene expression
Joachim Djiotsa, Vincianne Verbruggen, Jean Giacomotto, Minaka Ishibashi, Elisabeth Manning, Silke Rinkwitz, Isabelle Manfroid, Marianne L Voz, Bernard Peers BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:37 (17 December 2012)
R-spondins are involved in the ovarian differentiation in a teleost, medaka (Oryzias latipes)
Linyan Zhou, Tapas Charkraborty, Xiangguo Yu, Limin Wu, Gang Liu, Sipra Mohapatra, Deshou Wang, Yoshitaka Nagahama BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:36 (7 December 2012)
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Distinct patterns of notochord mineralization in zebrafish coincide with the localization of Osteocalcin isoform 1 during early vertebral centra formation
Anabela Bensimon-Brito, João Cardeira, Maria Cancela, Ann Huysseune, Paul Witten BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:28 (9 October 2012)
Prolonged FGF signaling is necessary for lung and liver induction in Xenopus
Emily T Shifley, Alan P Kenny, Scott A Rankin, Aaron M Zorn BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:27 (18 September 2012)
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An amputation resets positional information to a proximal identity in the regenerating zebrafish caudal fin
Ana Azevedo, Sara Sousa, António Jacinto, Leonor Saúde BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:24 (25 August 2012)
Conserved cis-regulatory regions in a large genomic landscape control SHH and BMP-regulated Gremlin1 expression in mouse limb buds
Aimée Zuniga, Frédéric Laurent, Javier Lopez-Rios, Christian Klasen, Nicolas Matt, Rolf Zeller BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:23 (13 August 2012)
Distant cis-regulatory regions scattered through a larger genome region control the highly dynamic expression of Gremlin1 (GREM1), a Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) antagonist, which is key to normal progression of mouse limb bud development.
Histone deacetylase-4 is required during early cranial neural crest development for generation of the zebrafish palatal skeleton
April DeLaurier, Yukio Nakamura, Ingo Braasch, Vishesh Khanna, Hiroyuki Kato, Shigeyuki Wakitani, John H Postlethwait, Charles B Kimmel BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:16 (7 June 2012)
Disruption of the folate pathway in zebrafish causes developmental defects
Marina S Lee, Jenna R Bonner, David J Bernard, Erica L Sanchez, Eric T Sause, R Prentice, Shawn M Burgess, Lawrence C Brody BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:12 (5 April 2012)
Genetic and physical interaction of Meis2, Pax3 and Pax7 during dorsal midbrain development
Zsuzsa Agoston, Naixin Li, Anja Haslinger, Andrea Wizenmann, Dorothea Schulte BMC Developmental Biology 2012, 12:10 (5 March 2012)
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