Posted by Stephane VINCENT, on 1 February 2011I remember when I was a post doc abroad. Science was great, life in a foreign country was very nice, but there was one huge drawback for a French in ...
My bad... This picture is a bit confusing but after looking more carefully, it is indeed a 1st branchial arch of a E11.5-ish embryo...by Stephane VINCENT in Second cover image winner: mouse pharyngeal arch on May 5, 2011
Please, change the legend of the figure! I only see a beautiful limb bud and a tail!by Stephane VINCENT in Second cover image winner: mouse pharyngeal arch on May 5, 2011
Funny way to learn Hox genes... There is another video on You Tube about Developmental Biology called "Regulatin' Genes". It has been made by students at Stanford. Here is the link (thanks to my pal Vincent who tried it on his students and got a standing ovation...): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k_oKK4Tecoby Stephane VINCENT in My Hox genes were messed up on December 13, 2010
Developmental Biology is definitively a Science, but with movies like this one, it also has to be considered as pure Art (and still very informative...). As a mouse embryologist, I am sometimes (often?) jealous of these developmental biology models! Thanks for posting this movie! Stephaneby Stephane VINCENT in Echinoderm development on film on December 7, 2010