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Posts by Juan R. Martinez-Morales:

Medaka fish sheds light on the evolutionary origin of vertebrate pair appendages

Posted by on April 23rd, 2018

Link to the paper:   The evolutionary history of vertebrate appendages Have you ever wondered how our hands and feet evolved? This question, which commonly evokes fish crawling from sea to land, has long been a subject of interest, both for palaeontologists and developmental biologists. Appendages are an important part of the tool kit[…]

Postdoctoral candidates in cell and developmental biology at the gene regulation and morphogenesis department

Posted by on October 29th, 2015

In the frame of the 2016 “Juan de la Cierva” Call, a postdoctoral research post is available in Juan R. Martinez-Morales laboratory. ( CABD (UPO/CSIC). National Research Council. Seville. Spain. The research project focuses on the morphogenesis of the optic cup as an epithelial model to identify key effector genes that determine cell and tissue[…]