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Preventing cellular mixing with programmed cell death

Posted by , on 12 February 2020

By Lisandro Maya-Ramos and Takashi Mikawa Bilaterality, the property of having two symmetrical sides, is widely conserved among animals. It is estimated that 99% of all animal species are bilaterians, ...

The people behind the papers – Masanori Abe and Reiko Kuroda

Posted by , on 19 June 2019

This interview, the 64th in our series, was recently published in Development One of the most obvious examples of left-right asymmetry in animal bodies comes from snails: in most species or strains, ...

The people behind the papers - Guillaume Blin, Manuel Thery & Sally Lowell

Posted by , on 21 September 2018

During early mouse development, a series of signalling interactions breaks the symmetry of the egg cylinder, spatially organising the embryo into territories that define the future axes of the body. ...

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