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Volker Hartenstein

). The Drosophila adhesion molecule DN-cadherin is expressed in this domain, first in the ectoderm, and then (after an inconspicuous delamination event transporting the cells into the interior of the embryo) in a mesenchymal cluster of cells that

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Poulomi Bhattacharya, Yi Lin Yan, John Postlethwait, and David A Rubin

–midbrain boundary and in heart in 2-day-old embryos ( Papasani et al . 2004 ). Here, we report the genomic structure of zebrafish pth2 and the results of conserved synteny investigations among zebrafish, human, chicken, and lizard chromosomes, showing that PTH2

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Robert Opitz, Achim Trubiroha, Claudia Lorenz, Ilka Lutz, Sabine Hartmann, Tobias Blank, Thomas Braunbeck, and Werner Kloas

-dependent process that is mediated by the sodium-iodide symporter (NIS), a glycoprotein located in the basolateral membrane of thyroid follicular cells ( Dohan et al. 2003 ). The driving force for NIS-mediated iodide transport is the inwardly directed Na

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Denys deCatanzaro and Tyler Pollock

leukocytes including neutrophils, eosinophils, macrophages and uterine natural killer cells ( Tibbetts et al . 1999 , Hunt et al . 2000 ). E 2 also facilitates transport of preimplantation embryos from the oviduct to the uterus ( Roblero & Garavagno 1979

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Alberto Dinarello, Giorgio Licciardello, Camilla Maria Fontana, Natascia Tiso, Francesco Argenton, and Luisa Dalla Valle

the early phases of embryonic development, mostly because of the inaccessibility to the mouse embryo. Yet, it is not possible to explore the signaling pathway in adulthood either, because of the premature death for lung insufficiency. Therefore

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Chia-Lei Lin, Lyda Williams, Yoshinori Seki, Harpreet Kaur, Kirsten Hartil, Ariana Fiallo, A Scott Glenn, Ellen B Katz, Maureen J Charron, and Patricia M Vuguin

the genotype and diet, comprised a mantle of GLU cells surrounded by a core of INS cells ( Fig. 1 A, B, C and D). Figure 1 Photomicrographs of confocal images of representative islets from embryos at e18.5 immunostained for insulin (green; A, B, C and

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Andréa Gonçalves Trentin

thyroid hormone diffusion through the plasma membrane has been questioned by the identification of several thyroid hormone transporters ( Hennemann et al. 2001 , Abe et al. 2002 ). Recently, the organic anion-transport polypeptide Oatp14 was reported

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Ankana Ganguly, Jennifer A Tamblyn, Alexandra Shattock, Annsha Joseph, Dean P Larner, Carl Jenkinson, Janesh Gupta, Stephane R Gross, and Martin Hewison

Introduction Vitamin D binding protein (DBP) is a serum globulin associated with the systemic transport of vitamin D metabolites ( Chun 2012 ). Glomerular filtration of DBP and its primary cargo, the main circulating form of vitamin D, 25

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Aarti D Rohira, David M Lonard, and Bert W O’Malley

decidualization during pregnancy to form specialized decidual cells that are required for embryo implantation ( Ramathal et al. 2010 ). The decidualization process occurs after ovulation during the mid-secretory phase of the menstrual cycle and the decidua is

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Milutin Milenkovic, Xavier De Deken, Ling Jin, Mario De Felice, Roberto Di Lauro, Jacques E Dumont, Bernard Corvilain, and Francoise Miot

were approved by the local ethical committee. Normal staged embryos were obtained by dissecting pregnant females. The day the vaginal plug was observed was designated as embryonic day 0.5 (E0.5). The following stages were analysed: E10.5, E12