19 Oct 2018
How different cells in a multicellular organism acquire their identities remains a fundamental mystery of development. In the eye, for example, the lens contains two cell types – lens epithelial...
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19 Oct 2018
Wild-type lens (top) compared to the VPS45 mutant (bottom). Right panels indicate expresson of a marker of fiber cell differentiation (green).
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19 Oct 2018
Left panel indicates zebrafish eye. Right drawing indicates diagram of lens development. Lens epithelial cells (orange) form a monolayer covering the spherical lens fiber core, in which lens fiber...
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19 Oct 2018
Left panel indicates zebrafish eye. Right drawing indicates diagram of lens development. Lens epithelial cells (orange) form a monolayer covering the spherical lens fiber core, in which lens fiber...
Type: Photo
17 Oct 2018
A new paper from the Developmental Neurobiology Unit has been published in Development. Led...
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16 Oct 2018
(Left to right) Study authors Tetsuya Harakuni and Yutaka Kojima of the Developmental Neurobiology Unit
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16 Oct 2018
The Developmental Neurobiology Unit maintains living library of zebrafish for their experiments.
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12 Oct 2018
(Left to right) Study authors Yutaka Kojima, Yuko Nishiwaki, Prof. Ichiro Masai and Toshiaki Mochizuki stand in the zebrafish lab at OIST.
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