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If all cells in a multicellular organism contain exactly the same genetic information, the question arises of how tissue types with distinct gene expression profiles are formed and maintained over the life of the organism. These different temporal and spatial gene expression patterns are thought...
Development of the vertebrate central nervous system is a complex process that relies on the accurate spatiotemporal distribution of signaling centers during embryogenesis. These signals provide cells with positional information, which is integrated via transcription factors and gene regulatory...