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SP7: another small step toward understanding its mechanisms of action

Posted by , on 7 February 2022

During embryonic development, bone formation begins with the condensation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). In a few places of our body, such as in the skull and the shoulder blades, ...

The people behind the papers – Shai Eyal and Elazar Zelzer

Posted by , on 13 August 2019

This interview, the 67th in our series, was recently published in Development Most bones in the vertebrate skeleton are made in the same way – endochondrial ossification – yet they display a ...

Biologists find 'skin-and-bones' mechanism underlying zebrafish fin regeneration

Posted by , on 28 March 2017

This Press Release from the University of Oregon was originally posted on Eurekalert.   EUGENE, Ore. March 28, 2017 University of Oregon biologists have figured out how zebrafish perfectly regenerate ...

Post-doctoral position in Skeletal Evo-Devo: Canada

Posted by , on 28 October 2016

A post-doctoral position is available in the Franz-Odendaal Bone Development Lab to study the developmental basis of the vertebrate ocular skeleton in a comparative context. Highly motivated and independent individuals ...

Postdoctoral Position in Skeletal Patterning

Posted by , on 10 April 2012

A postdoctoral position studying skeletal development is available in the laboratory of Dr. Amy Merrill at the University of Southern California’s Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology (CCMB).  CCMB offers a ...

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