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Lighting Up the Central Dogma in Development

Posted by , on 19 June 2018

We recently published a manuscript in Cell that describes a method to image transcription factor concentration dynamics in real time, in living embryos, using a nanobody-based protein tag that we ...

Transposons in Embryo Space – TRACER maps in EMAGE

Posted by , on 9 February 2017

A recent publication in Developmental Biology by (Armit et al., 2017) describes how the TRACER dataset can be spatially compared with in situ hybridisation gene expression profiles.   The TRACER ...

New data reveals gene expression during mouse embryo development

Posted by , on 29 September 2016

This article was originally posted on the DMDD website dmdd.org.uk Knowing the ‘normal’ expression of genes during embryo development is key to understanding the differences that occur due to genetic ...

An illustrated anatomical ontology of the developing mouse lower urogenital tract

Posted by , on 25 May 2015

Georgas et al. have presented a comprehensive update to the anatomical ontology of the murine urogenital system. These updates pertain to the lower urinary tract, genital tubercle and associated reproductive ...

Report on GUDMAP Outreach at ISN World Congress of Nephrology (ISN WCN)

Posted by , on 30 March 2015

Report on GUDMAP Outreach at ISN World Congress of Nephrology (ISN WCN) March 13-17, 2015 Cape Town, South Africa Author: Chris Armit Date: 23rd March 2015 Introduction The International Society ...

Of mice and men: exploring Mouse ENCODE

Posted by , on 17 December 2014

The Mouse ENCODE Project released a slew of papers late last month reporting findings from a three-year effort to comprehensively map functional elements in the mouse genome. Their major findings ...

GUDMAP - an online resource for genitourinary research

Posted by , on 26 February 2014

GUDMAP (Harding et al., 2011, McMahon et al., 2008) is an open-access atlas-based on-line resource developed by a consortium of laboratories to provide the scientific and medical community with resources ...

Gene regulation and developmental biology at the Royal Society

Posted by , on 5 November 2012

Last week, the Royal Society hosted a meeting entitled “Regulation from a distance: Long-range control of gene expression in development and disease”. The impressive London offices of the Society (complete ...

A wave from Quintay

Posted by , on 31 January 2012

The International course on Developmental Biology was a great experience, both instructive and mind-opening. All the students were shuttled to the remote and very small fishing village of Quintay, where ...

Visualize it!

Posted by , on 19 July 2011

Here’s a short “behind the scenes” on our paper about visualizing gene expression data, published in Nucleic Acids Research. When I joined James Briscoe‘s lab as a postdoc, my project’s ...

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