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Continuous and Extended Ex Utero Embryogenesis in Mammals

Posted by , on 6 May 2021

Alejandro Aguilera Castrejon and Jacob Hanna on how to culture mouse embryos for longer

A facial birth defect is caused by perturbation of extreme long-range enhancers

Posted by , on 25 January 2021

Hannah Long tells the story of how she uncovered the genetic basis of a developmental disorder

Paul S. Burgoyne (1946-2020)

Posted by , on 18 November 2020

This Obituary by James M. A. Turner, Shantha K. Mahadevaiah, Arthur P. Arnold and Robin Lovell-Badge was recently published in Development.      Paul Burgoyne was an outstanding mouse geneticist ...

Development presents... November webinar videos

Posted by , on 12 November 2020

Yesterday we held the second webinar in our new series, this time coinciding with the publication of our Special Issue on The Origins and Mechanisms of Developmental Disorders and featuring ...

The people behind the papers – Caroline Johnson and Troy Ghashghaei

Posted by , on 15 October 2020

This interview, the 79th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  Cortical development involves a switch from the self-amplification of stem cells to the generation of neuron and glia ...

Monotreme ears and the evolution of mammal jaws

Posted by , on 5 August 2020

Jaw joints, in most vertebrate animals that have them, form between a bone in the head called the quadrate and one in the mandible called the articular. The mandibles (lower ...

Catch Me if You Can: An elusive underpinning for Arx(GCG)10+7-mediated apoptosis in X-linked infantile spasms syndrome

Posted by , on 3 June 2020

This post highlights the approach and finding of a new research article published by Disease Models and Mechanisms (DMM). This feature is written by Olivia Howell as apart of a ...

The people behind the papers – Charles Sheehan, John McMahon and Debby Silver

Posted by , on 27 May 2020

This interview, the 76th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  Interneurons are crucial to cortical function and their dysregulation has been implicated in various neurological pathologies, ...

Zipping up the neural tube

Posted by , on 21 April 2020

Matteo A. Molè & Andrew J. Copp Molè et al., Integrin-Mediated Focal Anchorage Drives Epithelial Zippering during Mouse Neural Tube Closure. Dev. Cell. 52, 321-334.e6 (2020). Zippering is a striking ...

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER

Posted by , on 27 February 2020

Kuure lab, affiliated with STEMM research program at Research Programs Unit of the Faculty of Medicine and Helsinki Institute of Life Science (HiLIFE), University of Helsinki, invites applications for a ...

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