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International Journal of Developmental Biology, ISSN 0214-6282, 2012, Volume 56, Issue 6-8, pp. 411 - 423
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2014, First edition., Current topics in developmental biology, ISBN 9780123944108, Volume v. one hundred and eight.
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2014, First edition., Current topics in developmental biology, ISBN 9780123914989, Volume 108.
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Current Topics in Developmental Biology, ISSN 0070-2153, 2014, Volume 108, pp. xiii - xviii
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International Journal of Developmental Biology, ISSN 0214-6282, 2012, Volume 56, Issue 6-8, pp. 407 - 409
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BMC Genomics, ISSN 1471-2164, 03/2013, Volume 14, Issue 1
Evolutionary studies benefit from deep sequencing technologies that generate genomic and transcriptomic sequences from a variety of organisms. Genome... 
RNA sequencing | Chromatin | Cell death | Genes | Genomics | Protein biosynthesis | Genomes | Nucleotide sequencing | Comparative analysis | DNA sequencing | Evolutionary genetics | Genetic transcription | Hydra
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by Klionsky, Daniel J and Abdalla, Fabio C and Abeliovich, Hagai and Abraham, Robert T and Acevedo-Arozena, Abraham and Adeli, Khosrow and Agholme, Lotta and Agnello, Maria and Agostinis, Patrizia and Aguirre-Ghiso, Julio A and Ahn, Hyung Jun and Ait-Mohamed, Ouardia and Ait-Si-Ali, Slimane and Akematsu, Takahiko and Akira, Shizuo and Al-Younes, Hesham M and Al-Zeer, Munir A and Albert, Matthew L and Albin, Roger L and Alegre-Abarrategui, Javier and Aleo, Maria Francesca and Alirezaei, Mehrdad and Almasan, Alexandru and Almonte-Becerril, Maylin and Amano, Atsuo and Amaravadi, Ravi K and Amarnath, Shoba and Amer, Amal O and Andrieu-Abadie, Nathalie and Anantharam, Vellareddy and Ann, David K and Anoopkumar-Dukie, Shailendra and Aoki, Hiroshi and Apostolova, Nadezda and Arancia, Giuseppe and Aris, John P and Asanuma, Katsuhiko and Asare, Nana Y.O and Ashida, Hisashi and Askanas, Valerie and Askew, David S and Auberger, Patrick and Baba, Misuzu and Backues, Steven K and Baehrecke, Eric H and Bahr, Ben A and Bai, Xue-Yuan and Bailly, Yannick and Baiocchi, Robert and Baldini, Giulia and Balduini, Walter and Ballabio, Andrea and Bamber, Bruce A and Bampton, Edward T.W and Juhász, Gábor and Bartholomew, Clinton R and Bassham, Diane C and Bast, Robert C and Batoko, Henri and Bay, Boon-Huat and Beau, Isabelle and Béchet, Daniel M and Begley, Thomas J and Behl, Christian and Behrends, Christian and Bekri, Soumeya and Bellaire, Bryan and Bendall, Linda J and Benetti, Luca and Berliocchi, Laura and Bernardi, Henri and Bernassola, Francesca and Besteiro, Sébastien and Bhatia-Kissova, Ingrid and Bi, Xiaoning and Biard-Piechaczyk, Martine and Blum, Janice S and Boise, Lawrence H and Bonaldo, Paolo and Boone, David L and Bornhauser, Beat C and Bortoluci, Karina R and Bossis, Ioannis and Bost, Frédéric and Bourquin, Jean-Pierre and Boya, Patricia and Boyer-Guittaut, Michaël and Bozhkov, Peter V and Brady, Nathan R and Brancolini, Claudio and Brech, Andreas and Brenman, Jay E and Brennand, Ana and Bresnick, Emery H and Brest, Patrick and Bridges, Dave and Bristol, Molly L and Brookes, Paul S and Brown, Eric J and Brumell, John H and ... and Linköpings universitet and Institutionen för klinisk och experimentell medicin and Geriatrik and Institutionen för medicin och hälsa and Farmakologi and Experimentell patologi and Hälsouniversitetet and Cellbiologi
Autophagy, ISSN 1554-8627, 04/2012, Volume 8, Issue 4, pp. 445 - 544
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 312 - 15
Polyps of the cnidarian Hydra maintain their adult anatomy through two developmental organizers, the head organizer located apically and the foot organizer... 
INTERACT | MECHANISM | ALIGNMENT | WNT/BETA-CATENIN | REGENERATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | TRANSPLANTATION PHENOMENA | SP5 | BETA-CATENIN | WNT | PROTEINS | Head | Phenotypes | Wnt protein | Genes | Zebrafish | Feedback loops | Gene expression | Gene silencing | Regeneration | β-catenin | Signaling | Inhibitors | Feedback
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Frontiers in Genetics, ISSN 1664-8021, 2015, Volume 6, p. 267
Hox genes are major regulators of embryonic development. One of their most conserved functions is to coordinate the formation of specific body structures along... 
Hox | PBC | Patterning | SPIMs | Meis | Early-branching phyla | Metazoa | Proteins | Embryonic development | Evolution | hox | patterning | metazoa | MEIS
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Trends in Cell Biology, ISSN 0962-8924, 2010, Volume 20, Issue 9, pp. 514 - 523
The Hydra model system is well suited for the eludication of the mechanisms underlying regeneration in the adult, and an understanding of the core mechanisms... 
Pathology | STEM-CELLS | EVOLUTION | SIGNALING PATHWAY | WNT/BETA-CATENIN | TISSUE | COMPENSATORY PROLIFERATION | GENE-EXPRESSION | MECHANISMS | ZEBRAFISH HEART REGENERATION | DIFFERENTIATION | CELL BIOLOGY | Regeneration | Animals | Signal Transduction | Humans | Wnt Proteins - physiology | Hydra - cytology | beta Catenin - metabolism | Apoptosis | Hydra - physiology | Analysis | Wildlife conservation
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