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From our sister journals

Posted by on July 10th, 2017

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.         Jacky Goetz, who works on intravital imaging methods and biomechanical forces during tumour development, was featured as a Cell Scientist to Watch   David Bryant and Aaron Johnson reported from The Company of Biologists’ workshop ‘Intercellular interactions in[…]

From our sister journals – December & January

Posted by on February 6th, 2017

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists. JCS kicked off 2017 with a Special Issue relevant to many developmental biologists: 3D cell biology. It’s packed full of commentaries, interviews, research articles and techniques, and well worth a browse.   Brian Stramer of King’s College, London, a big[…]

From our sister journals – November 2016

Posted by on December 2nd, 2016

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.   Chisato Kitazawa and colleagues uncover diversity in the morphological changes of early embryogenesis in closely related sea urchin species.   Ben Steventon and colleagues describe how crainial placode formation in Xenopus involves directional and persistent cell movements   Also using Xenopus, Karl[…]

From our sister journals – October 2016

Posted by on November 10th, 2016

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.   Helio Roque and colleagues describe that flies lacking MKS, a component of the transition zone in cilia, show abnormalities during development, but not in the adult.   Hua Liu and  Ken-Ichi Nonomura describe large scale chromatin remodelling in meiosis[…]

From our sister journals – September 2016

Posted by on October 7th, 2016

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists. Moran Neuhof, Michael Levin and Oded Rechavi explored the relationship between regeneration and inheritance in planaria    Ryo Nozu and colleagues provide evidence for lipid histotrophy in great white shark reproduction from a shark accidentally caught by fishermen in Okinawa.  […]

From our sister journals – August 2016

Posted by on September 6th, 2016

Here we highlight some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists. Meritxell Huch, Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellow at the Gurdon Institute in Cambridge, was interviewed as a Cell Scientist to Watch (she’s certainly one for developmental biologists to watch too!).   The Tanentzapf lab assayed the effects of outside-in integrin[…]

From our sister journals- March 2016

Posted by on March 18th, 2016

Here is some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.           Drosophila as a model to study human disease The latest issue of Disease Models & Mechanisms highlights the translational impact of Drosophila research. In this issue, Moulton and Letsou review several Drosophila models of human inborn errors of[…]

From our sister journals- February 2016

Posted by on February 22nd, 2016

Here is some developmental biology related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.           Using the developmental biology toolkit to study cancer Aiello and Stanger review the similarities between embryogenesis and cancer progression and discuss how the concepts and techniques of developmental biology are being applied to provide insight into[…]

From our sister journals- January 2016

Posted by on January 26th, 2016

Here is some developmental biology-related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.     Characterisation of Slc9a6 knockout heterozygous female mice Mutations in SLC9A6 are responsible for X-linked Christianson syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disease. Sikora and colleagues demonstrate that female mice heterozygous for a Slc9a6 knockout present mosaic neuropathology and similar but milder behavioural traits to those of affected[…]

From our sister journals- December 2015

Posted by on December 17th, 2015

Here is some developmental biology-related content from other journals published by The Company of Biologists.     A mouse model for tuberous sclerosis complex The authors present a mouse model for tuberous sclerosis complex in which the gene Tsc1  is ablated from eye-progenitor cells, leading to the classic hallmarks of the disease. This demonstrates a[…]