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1963 4
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1975 8
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1977 18
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1979 11
1980 12
1981 14
1982 5
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1987 10
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1995 115
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1997 266
1998 327
1999 252
2000 354
2001 307
2002 297
2003 318
2004 349
2005 411
2006 421
2007 423
2008 345
2009 344
2010 295
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2013 272
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Neural crest and the origin of species-specific pattern.
Schneider RA. Genesis 2018 - Review. PMID 30134069 Free PMC article.
For well over half of the 150 years since the discovery of the neural crest, the special ability of these cells to function as a source of species-specific pattern has been clearly recognized. ...This review covers studies on a broad range of vertebrates and describes neural-crest-mediated mechanisms that endow the craniofacial complex with species-specific pattern. ...
For well over half of the 150 years since the discovery of the neural crest, the special ability of these cells to function as a source of s …
Body patterning.
Takahashi Y, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2001. PMID 11606736 Free PMC article.
Early patterning of the body during animal development is a fundamental process to subsequent events including cell differentiation, tissue and organ formation, and correct function of the adult body. We focused on two major topics: body segmentation and brain patterning, both of which are essential for conferring a functional complexity to the body, repetition of skeletal elements and complex neural network, respectively....
Early patterning of the body during animal development is a fundamental process to subsequent events including cell differenti …
Diverse Spatial Expression Patterns Emerge from Unified Kinetics of Transcriptional Bursting.
Zoller B, et al. Cell 2018. PMID 30340044 Free PMC article.
Unexpectedly, both the rate of polymerase initiation and the switching rates are tightly constrained across all expression levels, predicting synchronous patterning outcomes at all positions in the embryo. These results point to a shared simplicity underlying the apparently complex transcriptional processes of early embryonic patterning and indicate a path to general rules in transcriptional regulation....
Unexpectedly, both the rate of polymerase initiation and the switching rates are tightly constrained across all expression levels, predictin …
Making a commitment: cell lineage allocation and axis patterning in the early mouse embryo.
Arnold SJ and Robertson EJ. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2009 - Review. PMID 19129791
Genetic studies have identified the key signalling pathways and developmentally regulated transcription factors that govern cell lineage allocation and axis patterning in the early mammalian embryo. ...Relevant studies in lower vertebrates indicate the conservation and divergence of regulatory mechanisms for cell lineage allocation and axis patterning....
Genetic studies have identified the key signalling pathways and developmentally regulated transcription factors that govern cell lineage all …
Four decades of Hox gene investigation and many more to go
Gofflot F, et al. Int J Dev Biol 2018. PMID 30604834 Free article.
Forty years ago, Ed Lewis established for the first time the organization of homeotic genes along the chromosome and its importance in embryo patterning. ...
Forty years ago, Ed Lewis established for the first time the organization of homeotic genes along the chromosome and its importance in embry …
Hox cluster genes and collinearities throughout the tree of animal life
Gaunt SJ. Int J Dev Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 30604837 Free article.
Hox genes in both species perform the same overall function: that is, organization of the body along its head-tail axis. The conclusion is that the protostome-deuterostome ancestor, founder of 99% of all described animal species, must already have had this same basic Hox cluster, and that it probably used it in the same way to establish its body plan. ...In addition to conserved use of Hox genes to pattern the head-tail axis, some animal groups, particularly lophotrochozoans, have extensively co-opted Hox genes, outside collinearity rules, to regulate development of novel structures. ...
Hox genes in both species perform the same overall function: that is, organization of the body along its head-tail axis. The conclusi …
Segmentation
Tautz D. Dev Cell 2004 - Review. PMID 15363406 Free article.
However, unexpected similarities are starting to emerge from characterization of pair-rule patterning and segmental border formation. ...
However, unexpected similarities are starting to emerge from characterization of pair-rule patterning and segmental border formation. …
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