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The people behind the papers – Zhi Ye and David Kimelman

Posted by , on 21 February 2021

This interview, the 91st in our series, was published in Development last year.  The anterior to posterior extension of the vertebrate body axis relies on a population of bipotent neuromesodermal progenitors in ...

The people behind the papers – Milica Bulajić, Divyanshi Srivastava, Esteban Mazzoni and Shaun Mahony

Posted by , on 12 February 2021

This interview, the 90th in our series, was published in Development last year.  Hox genes instruct positional identity along the anterior-posterior axis of the animal body. A new paper in Development addresses ...

The people behind the papers – Andrew Economou and Jeremy Green

Posted by , on 31 January 2021

This interview, the 89th in our series, was published in Development last year.  Interacting morphogens produce periodic patterns in developing tissues. Such patterning can be modelled as reaction-diffusion (RD) processes (as originally ...

The people behind the papers – Awais Javed and Michel Cayouette

Posted by , on 15 January 2021

This interview, the 88th in our series, was published in Development last year.  The mammalian retina contains a variety of functionally distinct cell types that are generated by progenitor cells in a ...

The people behind the papers – Emily Lo and Keiko Torii

Posted by , on 3 January 2021

This interview, the 87th in our series, was published in Development last year.  The patterning of stomata – the pores in the plant epidermis that facilitate gas exchange and water control – ...

The people behind the papers – Kayt Scott and Bruce Appel

Posted by , on 26 December 2020

This interview, the 86th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  In the developing spinal cord, progenitor cells sequentially give rise to motor neurons and precursors of one of ...

The people behind the papers - Wael Noor El-Nachef and Marianne Bronner

Posted by , on 19 December 2020

This interview, the 85th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  The enteric nervous system (ENS) derives from the neural crest and innervates the gastrointestinal system, in which it ...

Actin and microtubules link to form a tube within a single cell

Posted by , on 14 December 2020

In the Genetics of Cell Behaviour in Development laboratory, at the Department of Genetics, Microbiology and Statistics at the University of Barcelona, we work with the terminal cells (TCs) of ...

The people behind the papers – Priyanka Govindaraju and Enrico Scarpella

Posted by , on 12 December 2020

This interview, the 84th in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  The veins are the vascular networks of plant leaves, functioning as channels for transport of signals and nutrients. ...

The people behind the papers – Olga Zaytseva and Leonie Quinn

Posted by , on 1 December 2020

This interview, the 83rd in our series, was published in Development earlier this year.  Unregulated cell proliferation can be disastrous for development and underlies the progression of cancers throughout the lifespan. A ...

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