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Cavefish mount a rapid and sustained regenerative response following skeletal muscle injury.
Morphological changes and two Nodal paralogs drive left-right asymmetry in the squamate veiled chameleon (C. calyptratus).
Shared retinoic acid responsive enhancers coordinately regulate nascent transcription ofHoxb coding and non-coding RNAs in the developing mouse neural tube
Circadian rhythm disruption linked to skeletal muscle dysfunction in the Mexican Cavefish
A molecular cell biology toolkit for the study of meiosis in the silkworm Bombyx mori.
Elevated levels of the methyltransferase SETD2 causes transcription and alternative splicing changes resulting in oncogenic phenotypes
Liver-derived cell lines from cavefish Astyanax mexicanus as an in vitro model for studying metabolic adaptation
Lack of VMP1 Impairs Hepatic Lipoprotein Secretion and Promotes Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis
Enhanced lipogenesis through Ppary helps cavefish adapt to food scarcity
H3K36 methylation and DNA-binding both promote Ioc4 recruitment and Isw1b remodeler function
Single-cell transcriptome analysis reveals three sequential phases of gene expression during zebrafish sensory hair cell regeneration
PCR amplicons to determine human centromeric array copy number reveal wide-spread size variation and instability in cancer
The SAGA core module is critical during Drosophila oogenesis and is broadly recruited to promoters
Single-cell reconstruction with spatial context of migrating neural crest cells and their microenvironments during vertebrate head and neck formation
Structural basis of the interaction between SETD2 methyltransferase and hnRNP L paralogs for governing co-transcriptional splicing
Elongin functions as a loading factor for Mediator at ATF6alpha-regulated ER stress response genes
Tumor-initiating stem cell shapes its microenvironment into an immunosuppressive barrier and pro-tumorigenic niche
Identification of rare, transient post-mitotic cell states that are induced by injury and required for whole-body regeneration in Schmidtea mediterranea
The methyltransferase SETD2 couples transcription and splicing by engaging mRNA processing factors through its SHI domain
Multiple Niche Compartments Orchestrate Stepwise Germline Stem Cell Progeny Differentiation
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