On Wednesday 8 December, Development hosted three talks to celebrate the 25th anniversary of our zebrafish special issue.
Below you’ll find each of the talks, plus reflections on the impact of the special issue, 25 years on from its publication, from our guest chair Alex Schier.
Alex Schier (Harvard University and Biozentrum, University of Basel)
Reflections on the 25th anniversary of the ‘zebrafish issue’
Caren Norden (Instituto Gulbenkian Ciência)
‘Lamination in the vertebrate retina: An interplay of diverse modes of cell migration’
You can read the preprint of the research presented by Caren here.
Frieda Leesch (Research Institute of Molecular Pathology)
‘A molecular network of conserved factors keeps ribosomes dormant in the egg’
The research presented by Frieda is available as a preprint on biorxiv
Brad Cairns (Huntsman Cancer Institute)
‘Maternally-inherited anti-sense piRNAs antagonize transposon expression in zebrafish and medaka embryos’
You can read the preprint of the research presented by Brad here.