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An evolutionary fable: the black pencil and the rubber.

Posted by on June 18th, 2020

By Héloïse Dufour, Shigeyuki Koshikawa and Cédric Finet In this post we will discuss our recent paper entitled “Temporal flexibility of gene regulatory network underlies a novel wing pattern in flies” [1]. We initiated the present project in Sean Carroll’s lab where the pigmentation in drosophilids was used as a model to study evolutionary genetics.[…]

How do pigment cells wander around?

Posted by on June 29th, 2018

The story behind melanocyte BACE2, posted by Yan Zhang and Richard White. You can read our recently published full article at Developmental Cell using this link.   Our story began six years ago when my mentor, Dr. Richard White, opened the zebrafish facility and showed me those swimming creatures. He pointed to one type with pigmented[…]