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Pluripotency retention and exogenous mRNA introduction in planarian stem cells in culture
Molecular characterization of a flatworm Girardia isolate from Guanajuato, Mexico
Island-specific evolution of a sex-primedautosome in a sexual planarian
Enhanced lipogenesis through Ppary helps cavefish adapt to food scarcity
Hox genes regulate asexual reproductive behavior and tissue segmentation in adult animals
Planarian Ovary Dissection for Ultrastructural Analysis and Antibody Staining
Identification of rare, transient post-mitotic cell states that are induced by injury and required for whole-body regeneration in Schmidtea mediterranea
Decellularization enables functional analysis of ECM remodeling in planarian regeneration
The Planarian Anatomy Ontology: A resource to connect data within and across experimental platforms
Image3C, a multimodal image-based and label independent integrative method for single-cell analysis
Canonical and early lineage-specific stem cell types identified in planarian SirNeoblasts
Changes in regeneration-responsive enhancers shape regenerative capacities in vertebrates
CRISPR-Cas13d Induces Efficient mRNA Knockdown in Animal Embryos
Vertebrate diapause preserves organisms long term through Polycomb complex members
Dramatically diverse Schizosaccharomyces pombe wtf meiotic drivers all display high gamete-killing efficiency
Efficient depletion of ribosomal RNA for RNA sequencing in planarians.
Planarians recruit piRNAs for mRNA turnover in adult stem cells
Wnt and TGF-β coordinate growth and patterning to regulate size-dependent behavior
Comprehensive single-cell transcriptome lineages of a proto-vertebrate
Signatures of Divergence, Invasiveness and Terrestralization Revealed by Four Apple Snail Genomes
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Serial block-face scanning electron microscopy of Schmidtea mediterranea.
Developmental biology is poised to discover altogether new principles in biology in the 21st century
Schmidtea happens:Re-establishing the planarian as a model for studying the mechanisms of regeneration
The Diverse Manifestations of Regeneration and Why We Need to Study Them
Unceasingly searching for answers - an interview with Claudio Stern
Regulation of Genomic Output and (Pluri)potency in Regeneration
Planarians and the History of Animal Regeneration: Paradigm Shifts and Key Concepts in Biology
Culturing planarians in the laboratory
Systemic RNA Interference in Planarians by Feeding of dsRNA Containing Bacteria.
Whole-Mount BrdU Staining with Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization in Planarians
Planarian High Molecular Weight DNA Isolation by Spooling
To solve old problems, study new research organisms.
Types or States? Cellular Dynamics and Regenerative Potential.
SmedGD 2.0: The Schmidtea mediterranea genome database.
Unravelling a can of worms.
Rethinking Differentiation: Stem Cells, Regeneration, and Plasticity.
Learning about loss.
On the trail of a tropical disease.
The history and enduring contributions of planarians to the study of animal regeneration.
Q&A: What is regeneration, and why look to planarians for answers?
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