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Brassinosteroid signaling in plant development and adaptation to stress.
Planas-Riverola A, Gupta A, Betegón-Putze I, Bosch N, Ibañes M, Caño-Delgado AI. Planas-Riverola A, et al. Development. 2019 Mar 14;146(5):dev151894. doi: 10.1242/dev.151894. Development. 2019. PMID: 30872266 Free PMC article. Review.
These hormones control the division, elongation and differentiation of various cell types throughout the entire plant life cycle. Our current understanding of the BR signaling pathway has mostly been obtained from studies using Arabidopsis thaliana as a model. ...Ho …
These hormones control the division, elongation and differentiation of various cell types throughout the entire plant life cycle
Reactive oxygen species in plant development.
Mhamdi A, Van Breusegem F. Mhamdi A, et al. Development. 2018 Aug 9;145(15):dev164376. doi: 10.1242/dev.164376. Development. 2018. PMID: 30093413 Review.
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are produced by metabolic pathways in almost all cells. As signaling components, ROS are best known for their roles in abiotic and biotic stress-related events. However, recent studies have revealed that they are also involved in numerous proc …
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are produced by metabolic pathways in almost all cells. As signaling components, ROS are best known for …
Single cell expression analysis reveals anatomical and cell cycle-dependent transcriptional shifts during heart development.
Li G, Tian L, Goodyer W, Kort EJ, Buikema JW, Xu A, Wu JC, Jovinge S, Wu SM. Li G, et al. Development. 2019 Jun 14;146(12):dev173476. doi: 10.1242/dev.173476. Development. 2019. PMID: 31142541 Free PMC article.
Here, we have analyzed cardiac cells derived from early stage developing hearts by single cell RNA-seq and identified cell cycle gene expression as a major determinant of transcriptional variation. ...Our data highlight how variations in cell
Here, we have analyzed cardiac cells derived from early stage developing hearts by single cell RNA-seq and identified cell
Development of organoids from mouse and human endometrium showing endometrial epithelium physiology and long-term expandability.
Boretto M, Cox B, Noben M, Hendriks N, Fassbender A, Roose H, Amant F, Timmerman D, Tomassetti C, Vanhie A, Meuleman C, Ferrante M, Vankelecom H. Boretto M, et al. Development. 2017 May 15;144(10):1775-1786. doi: 10.1242/dev.148478. Epub 2017 Apr 25. Development. 2017. PMID: 28442471
The organoids phenocopied physiological responses of endometrial epithelium to hormones, including increased cell proliferation under estrogen and maturation upon progesterone. Moreover, the human endometrial organoids replicated the menstrual cycle under hormonal t …
The organoids phenocopied physiological responses of endometrial epithelium to hormones, including increased cell proliferation under …
Cell cycling through development.
Levine EM. Levine EM. Development. 2004 May;131(10):2241-6. doi: 10.1242/dev.01180. Development. 2004. PMID: 15128665
Perhaps because of its central role during development, the cell cycle mechanism, its regulation and its effects on developing tissues is remarkably complex. It was in this light that the Keystone meeting on the cell cycle and development at Snowbird, …
Perhaps because of its central role during development, the cell cycle mechanism, its regulation and its effects on developing …
Mechanisms of human embryo development: from cell fate to tissue shape and back.
Shahbazi MN. Shahbazi MN. Development. 2020 Jul 17;147(14):dev190629. doi: 10.1242/dev.190629. Development. 2020. PMID: 32680920 Free PMC article. Review.
Although model systems offer a window into the molecular biology of cell fate and tissue shape, mechanistic studies of our own development have so far been technically and ethically challenging. ...Dissecting the basic mechanisms that coordinate cell fate and tissue …
Although model systems offer a window into the molecular biology of cell fate and tissue shape, mechanistic studies of our own develo …
Loss of ESRP1 blocks mouse oocyte development and leads to female infertility.
Yu L, Zhang H, Guan X, Qin D, Zhou J, Wu X. Yu L, et al. Development. 2021 Jan 18;148(2):dev196931. doi: 10.1242/dev.196931. Development. 2021. PMID: 33318146
Esrp1-knockout hampered follicular development and ovulation; eventually, premature ovarian failure occurred in six-month-old Esrp1-knockout mouse. Using single-cell RNA-seq analysis, 528 aberrant AS events of maternal mRNA transcripts were revealed and were preferentially …
Esrp1-knockout hampered follicular development and ovulation; eventually, premature ovarian failure occurred in six-month-old Esrp1-knockout …
Sensory hair cell development and regeneration: similarities and differences.
Atkinson PJ, Huarcaya Najarro E, Sayyid ZN, Cheng AG. Atkinson PJ, et al. Development. 2015 May 1;142(9):1561-71. doi: 10.1242/dev.114926. Development. 2015. PMID: 25922522 Free PMC article. Review.
In adult mammals, auditory hair cells are unable to regenerate, and damage to these cells results in permanent hearing loss. By contrast, hair cells in the chick cochlea and the zebrafish lateral line are able to regenerate, prompting studies into the signali …
In adult mammals, auditory hair cells are unable to regenerate, and damage to these cells results in permanent hearing loss. B …
MEIS transcription factors in development and disease.
Schulte D, Geerts D. Schulte D, et al. Development. 2019 Aug 15;146(16):dev174706. doi: 10.1242/dev.174706. Development. 2019. PMID: 31416930 Review.
MEIS transcription factors are key regulators of embryonic development and cancer. Research on MEIS genes in the embryo and in stem cell systems has revealed novel and surprising mechanisms by which these proteins control gene expression. ...
MEIS transcription factors are key regulators of embryonic development and cancer. Research on MEIS genes in the embryo and in stem cell
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