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Embryogenesis is the process by which the embryo forms and develops. It starts with the fertilization of the egg cell (ovum) by a sperm cell, (spermatozoon). Once fertilized, the ovum is referred to as a zygote, a single diploid cell. The zygote undergoes mitotic divisions with no significant growth (a process known as cleavage) and cellular differentiation, leading to development of a multicellular embryo

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Scientific Reports

The expression pattern of OsDim1 in rice and its proposed function

Scientific ReportsDecember 6, 2019
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Scientific Reports

Comparative transcriptome analysis of hESC- and iPSC-derived lentoid bodies

Scientific ReportsDecember 6, 2019
Muhammad AliS Amer Riazuddin
Scientific Reports

Trim33 (Tif1γ) is not required for skeletal muscle development or regeneration but suppresses cholecystokinin expression

Scientific ReportsDecember 6, 2019
Cassie A ParksAndrew L Mammen
Scientific Reports

RAG-2 deficiency results in fewer phosphorylated histone H2AX foci, but increased retinal ganglion cell death and altered axonal growth

Scientific ReportsDecember 6, 2019
Noemí Alvarez-LindoEnrique J De la Rosa
Developmental Biology

The developmental transcriptome for Lytechinus variegatus exhibits temporally punctuated gene expression changes

Developmental BiologyDecember 6, 2019
John D. HoganCynthia A. Bradham
Human Molecular Genetics

The master transcription factor SOX2, mutated in anophthalmia/microphthalmia, is post-transcriptionally regulated by the conserved RNA-binding protein RBM24 in vertebrate eye development

Human Molecular GeneticsDecember 9, 2019
Soma DashSalil A Lachke
Human Molecular Genetics

The association of microcephaly protein WDR62 with CPAP/IFT88 is required for cilia formation and neocortical development

Human Molecular GeneticsDecember 9, 2019
Belal ShohayebDominic Chi-Hung Ng

The dynamic transmission of positional information in stau- mutants during Drosophila embryogenesis

bioRxivDecember 8, 2019
Zhe Yang-Feng Liu

Keystone genes of mammalian tooth patterning and quantification of their expression

bioRxivDecember 9, 2019
Outi HallikasJukka Jernvall
Genesis : the Journal of Genetics and Development

Sleep deprivation decreases the reproductive capacity by affecting the arrival of morulas in the uterus

Genesis : the Journal of Genetics and DevelopmentDecember 9, 2019
Bruno Frederico Aguilar CalegareVânia D'Almeida
Neurosurgical Review

Unveiling the tale of the tail: an illustration of spinal dysraphisms

Neurosurgical ReviewDecember 7, 2019
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Human Reproduction

Combined noninvasive metabolic and spindle imaging as potential tools for embryo and oocyte assessment

Human ReproductionDecember 8, 2019
Tim SanchezDaniel J Needleman

MLL4 is required for the first embryonic collective cell migration whereas MLL3 is not required until birth

bioRxivDecember 9, 2019
Deepthi AshokkumarAndrea Kranz
Journal of Biochemistry

Mitochondrial dynamics and interorganellar communication in the development and dysmorphism of mammalian oocytes

Journal of BiochemistryDecember 9, 2019
Osamu Udagawa, Naotada Ishihara
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety

Embryotoxicity assessment and efficient removal of naphthalene from water by irradiated graphene aerogels

Ecotoxicology and Environmental SafetyDecember 4, 2019
Yang LiuHong C Zhang
Journal of Hazardous Materials

Selenomethionine exposure affects chondrogenic differentiation and bone formation in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)

Journal of Hazardous MaterialsNovember 19, 2019
Huan WangWu Dong
Stem Cells International

Prx1-Expressing Progenitor Primary Cilia Mediate Bone Formation in response to Mechanical Loading in Mice

Stem Cells InternationalNovember 11, 2019
E Whitney MooreChristopher Rae Jacobs
Molecular Cancer

Molecular networks of FOXP family: dual biologic functions, interplay with other molecules and clinical implications in cancer progression

Molecular CancerDecember 9, 2019
Ju-Ha KimSung-Hoon Kim
Fish & Shellfish Immunology

Effects of norfloxacin nicotinate on the early life stage of zebrafish (Danio rerio): Developmental toxicity, oxidative stress and immunotoxicity

Fish & Shellfish ImmunologyDecember 6, 2019
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Brain Research Bulletin

Analysis of genes involved in cell proliferation, adhesion, and control of apoptosis during embryonic neurogenesis in Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) from patients with Focal Cortical Dysplasia

Brain Research BulletinDecember 6, 2019
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