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Is it in yet? How the direct transdifferentiation of glia-to-neurons ensures nimble male mating

Posted by , on 25 March 2021

By Rachel Bonnington, Carla Lloret Fernández and Laura Molina García Classically, developmental programmes were believed to be a one-way linear process in which cells progressively acquire their differentiated identities, each ...

PhD in nerve/tumor interactions and nervous system development

Posted by , on 18 June 2018

Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals dedicated to peruse a PhD and who are interested in nerve/tumour interactions and nervous system development.    PROJECT DESCRIPTION During tumour progression nerves and ...

Studying genealogy in cell clones

Posted by , on 18 March 2014

A new method to study the beauty and relevance of cellular lineage     The origin of living beings has always interested, intrigued and fascinated curious researchers during the history ...

An interview with Magdalena Götz

Posted by , on 1 August 2011

(This interview originally appeared in Development.) Magdalena Götz is the Director of the Institute for Stem Cell Research at the Helmholtz Center and Professor at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany. ...

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