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    Developmental Biology 401(1):IFC (2015)

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    Developmental Biology 400(2):IFC (2015)

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    Developmental Biology 400(1):IFC (2015)

  4. Dpp/Gbb signaling is required for normal intestinal regeneration during infection

    Developmental Biology 399(2):189 (2015) PMID 25553980

    Maintaining tissue homeostasis is a critical process during infection and inflammation. Tissues with a high intrinsic turnover, such as the intestinal epithelium, must launch a rapid response to infections while simultaneously coordinating cell proliferation and differentiation decisio...
  5. Lizard tail regeneration: regulation of two distinct cartilage regions by Indian hedgehog

    Developmental Biology 399(2):249 (2015) PMID 25596336

    Lizards capable of caudal autotomy exhibit the remarkable ability to “drop” and then regenerate their tails. However, the regenerated lizard tail (RLT) is known as an “imperfect replicate” due to several key anatomical differences compared to the original tail. Most striking of these “...
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    Developmental Biology 399(2):IFC (2015)

  7. A diffusible signal derived from hematopoietic cells supports the survival and proliferation of regenerative cells during zebrafish fin fold regeneration

    Developmental Biology 399(1):80 (2015) PMID 25533245

    Multicellular organisms maintain body integrity by constantly regenerating tissues throughout their lives; however, the overall mechanism for regulating regeneration remains an open question. Studies of limb and fin regeneration in teleost fish and urodeles have shown the involvement o...
  8. A requirement for Gch1 and tetrahydrobiopterin in embryonic development

    Developmental Biology 399(1):129 (2015) PMID 25557619 PMCID PMC4347993

    Introduction GTP cyclohydrolase I (GTPCH) catalyses the first and rate-limiting reaction in the synthesis of the enzymatic cofactor, tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4). Loss of function mutations in the GCH1 gene lead to congenital neurological diseases such as DOPA-responsive dystoni...
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    Developmental Biology 398(1):IFC (2015)

  10. The BED finger domain protein MIG-39 halts migration of distal tip cells in Caenorhabditis elegans

    Developmental Biology 397(2):151 (2015) PMID 25446539

    Organs are often formed by the extension and branching of epithelial tubes. An appropriate termination of epithelial tube extension is important for generating organs of the proper size and morphology. However, the mechanism by which epithelial tubes terminate their extension is mostly...