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Rachel Stephenson Feb 14
Our paper "Rho flares repair local tight junction leaks" is now online ! More here: And finally, some imaging of Rho flares in embryos. Active Rho is in green, tight junction in magenta. Arrows point to flares.
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Ashley Hall ℹ 25 Nov 17
This is my African clawed frog ( laevis) that I've had since I was 16 years old! I've had her for 17 years now!
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Richard Behringer Sep 25
Shaking 🐸 eggs in a dish shows they are pigmented on top but not pigmented on the bottom. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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CSHL Meetings 29 Mar 17
2/4 Starting today: Cell & Developmental Biology of
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Toby Andrews 17 Nov 17
Fluorescently labelled neurons in a beautiful optically cleared frog embryo 🐸
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Development 1 Aug 17
Replying to @natalya_zahn
Cover shows digitally enhanced illustration of stage 48 embryo by , from
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Development 6 Jul 18
Keeping in contact with your neighbours – lessons from A Research Highlight featuring Nagel & Winklbauer's paper on collective cell migration
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Laura Porro 30 May 17
My dissection of the model organism with is now available in Early View !
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Ensembl 24 Jan 18
Orthologues of ARC in mammals, birds, reptiles & , but not in fish
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Development 12 Dec 18
Gastrulation: a RhoGEF in a bottle A research Highlight from our current issue, featuring Chenbei Chang & colleagues' paper on Plekhg5 in apical constriction
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Development 12 Oct 18
Embryo mechanics: from micro to macro in A Research Highlight from our new issue, featuring Lance Davidson & colleagues' analysis of convergent extension
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Michael Levin 9 Jun 18
Really state of the art work in molecular embryology: asymmetric distribution of maternal biomolecules and development.
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Development Jan 4
New year, same beautiful embryos! In our new issue, Ashley Bruce & colleagues take a cytoskeletal look at epiboly
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Development 7 Aug 17
The Zahn drawings: freely available illustrations of developing by
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Richard Behringer 30 Nov 18
This is really significant because you can purchase transgenic frozen sperm (inexpensive) to incorporate into teaching labs if you have source of 🐸 eggs. Numerous undergrad & grad teaching opportunities possible, exploiting the wide variety of transgenic frogs. 👏
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Benjamin Furman 21 Feb 18
What What! Early access on my latest. Divergent evolutionary trajectories of sex chromosomes. Widespread recombination suppression in a young system w/minimal divergence, minor recombination suppression in an older system. All .
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Genetics Society of America Nov 27
Why we ❤️ Xenopus *Excellent croakers *Chonky *External eggs & embryos gr8 for studying development *Easily explant tissues for imaging *Regenerative powers Join us at in the DC region to learn about the latest research!
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Aaron Straight 24 Jul 17
Model systems still rule! Congratulations to Bradley French and !
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Pablo J. Sáez 12 Feb 18
Nice paper on during collective . In Hayashi et al at Prof. Ueno's lab shows that Ca2+ signals activate Rac1 at the leading edge during gastrulation in []
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Elsevier CellBiology 23 Jun 17
Genomes - Check out latest Special Issue published in Developmental Biology.
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