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Birds take flight with help from Sonic hedgehog

Posted by , on 6 May 2020

A Press Release from Development Flight feathers are amazing evolutionary innovations that allowed birds to conquer the sky. A study led by Matthew Towers (University of Sheffield, UK) and Marian ...

Postdoctoral position - MRC Department of Biomedical/Developmental Genetics, University of Sheffield, UK

Posted by , on 26 October 2011

Overview The Research Associate will work in the MRC Centre for Developmental and Biomedical Genetics within the Department of Biomedical Science.  The department has an active community of researchers specialising ...

In Development this week (Vol. 138, Issue 1)

Posted by , on 7 December 2010

The first issue of 2011 is out now…here are the highlights: Geminin control of lineage commitment The transition between pluripotency and multi-lineage commitment during early embryogenesis must be closely regulated ...

In Development this week (Vol. 137, Issue 24)

Posted by , on 23 November 2010

Pak1-ing a punch in lumen formation The generation and maintenance of correct lumen size and shape is essential for the function of tubular organs. Now, Monn Monn Myat and co-workers ...

In Development this week (Vol. 137, Issue 23)

Posted by , on 9 November 2010

The current issue of Development is now online! Here are the research highlights: Klf5: a multifaceted regulator of cell fate Kruppel-like transcription factors (Klfs) induce and maintain pluripotency in embryonic ...

In Development this week (Vol 137, Issue 20)

Posted by , on 28 September 2010

A fateful look at early mouse lineage specification The first cell lineages specified in the mouse embryo are the trophectoderm (TE), which generates the embryonic portion of the placenta, and ...

Of White and Ancient Feathers

Posted by , on 9 August 2010

I’ve just come back from a lab retreat in a country house in Sussex, UK. The weather was good and we had our scientific sessions, ranging from discussions on Sonic ...

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