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    October 2017
  1. BUGEON S, de Chevigny A, Boutin C, Core N, et al
    Direct and efficient transfection of mouse neural stem cells and mature neurons by in vivo mRNA electroporation.
    Development. 2017 Oct 5. pii: dev.151381. doi: 10.1242/dev.151381.
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    September 2017
  2. SERRA M, Alysandratos KD, Hawkins F, McCauley KB, et al
    Pluripotent stem cell differentiation reveals distinct developmental pathways regulating lung versus thyroid lineage specification.
    Development. 2017 Sep 25. pii: dev.150193. doi: 10.1242/dev.150193.
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  3. SAWYER JK, Cohen E, Fox DT
    Inter-organ regulation of Drosophila intestinal stem cell proliferation by a hybrid organ boundary zone.
    Development. 2017 Sep 25. pii: dev.153114. doi: 10.1242/dev.153114.
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  4. ABRAMCZUK MK, Burkard TR, Rolland V, Steinmann V, et al
    The splicing co-factor Barricade/Tat-SF1, is required for cell cycle and lineage progression in Drosophila neural stem cells.
    Development. 2017 Sep 21. pii: dev.152199. doi: 10.1242/dev.152199.
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  5. LUO L, Siah CK, Cai Y
    Engrailed acts with Nejire to control decapentaplegic expression in the Drosophila ovarian stem cell niche.
    Development. 2017;144:3224-3231.
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  6. CARRENO G, Apps JR, Lodge EJ, Panousopoulos L, et al
    Hypothalamic sonic hedgehog is required for cell specification and proliferation of LHX3/LHX4 pituitary embryonic precursors.
    Development. 2017;144:3289-3302.
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  7. FU T, Towers M, Placzek MA
    Fgf10+ progenitors give rise to the chick hypothalamus by rostral and caudal growth and differentiation.
    Development. 2017;144:3278-3288.
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  8. ABNAVE P, Aboukhatwa E, Kosaka N, Thompson J, et al
    An X-ray shielded irradiation assay reveals EMT transcription factors control pluripotent adult stem cell migration in vivo in planarians.
    Development. 2017 Sep 11. pii: dev.154971. doi: 10.1242/dev.154971.
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  9. DE ROOIJ DG
    The nature and dynamics of spermatogonial stem cells.
    Development. 2017;144:3022-3030.
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  10. TWIGGER AJ, Scheel CH
    Advances in stem cells and regenerative medicine: single-cell dynamics, new models and translational perspectives.
    Development. 2017;144:3007-3011.
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  11. BANSOD S, Kageyama R, Ohtsuka T
    Hes5 regulates the transition timing of neurogenesis and gliogenesis in mammalian neocortical development.
    Development. 2017;144:3156-3167.
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  12. BASTA JM, Robbins L, Denner DR, Kolar GR, et al
    A Sall1-NuRD interaction regulates multipotent nephron progenitors and is required for loop of Henle formation.
    Development. 2017;144:3080-3094.
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  13. CASTILLO-AZOFEIFA D, Losacco JT, Salcedo E, Golden EJ, et al
    Sonic hedgehog from both nerves and epithelium is a key trophic factor for taste bud maintenance.
    Development. 2017;144:3054-3065.
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    August 2017
  14. YANG CP, Samuels TJ, Huang Y, Yang L, et al
    Imp and Syp RNA-binding proteins govern decommissioning of Drosophila neural stem cells.
    Development. 2017 Aug 29. pii: dev.149500. doi: 10.1242/dev.149500.
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  15. PEKAR O, Ow MC, Hui KY, Noyes MB, et al
    Linking the environment, DAF-7/TGFbeta signaling and LAG-2/DSL ligand expression in the germline stem cell niche.
    Development. 2017;144:2896-2906.
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  16. MAARTENS A
    An interview with Jenny Nichols.
    Development. 2017;144:2859-2861.
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  17. SHARMA R, Shafer MER, Bareke E, Tremblay M, et al
    Bmp signaling maintains a mesoderm progenitor cell state in the mouse tailbud.
    Development. 2017;144:2982-2993.
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  18. GUO G, von Meyenn F, Rostovskaya M, Clarke J, et al
    Epigenetic resetting of human pluripotency.
    Development. 2017;144:2748-2763.
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  19. STANTZOU A, Schirwis E, Swist S, Alonso-Martin S, et al
    BMP signaling regulates satellite cell-dependent postnatal muscle growth.
    Development. 2017;144:2737-2747.
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  20. SAKATA Y, Nagao K, Hoki Y, Sasaki H, et al
    Defects in dosage compensation impact global gene regulation in the mouse trophoblast.
    Development. 2017;144:2784-2797.
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    July 2017
  21. NEMASHKALO A, Ruzo A, Heemskerk I, Warmflash A, et al
    Morphogen and community effects determine cell fates in response to BMP4 signaling in human embryonic stem cells.
    Development. 2017 Jul 31. pii: dev.153239. doi: 10.1242/dev.153239.
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  22. MASAKI H, Nakauchi H
    Interspecies chimeras for human stem cell research.
    Development. 2017;144:2544-2547.
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  23. YAO C, Carraro G, Konda B, Guan X, et al
    Sin3a regulates epithelial progenitor cell fate during lung development.
    Development. 2017;144:2618-2628.
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  24. ROBERSON S, Halpern ME
    Convergence of signaling pathways underlying habenular formation and axonal outgrowth in zebrafish.
    Development. 2017;144:2652-2662.
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  25. HUANG J, Reilein A, Kalderon D
    Yorkie and Hedgehog independently restrict BMP production in escort cells to permit germline differentiation in the Drosophila ovary.
    Development. 2017;144:2584-2594.
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  26. SATO Y, Uchida Y, Hu J, Young-Pearse TL, et al
    Soluble APP functions as a vascular niche signal that controls adult neural stem cell number.
    Development. 2017 Jul 10. pii: dev.143370. doi: 10.1242/dev.143370.
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  27. IVANOVS A, Rybtsov S, Ng ES, Stanley EG, et al
    Human haematopoietic stem cell development: from the embryo to the dish.
    Development. 2017;144:2323-2337.
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  28. ZHANG C, Montooth KL, Calvi BR
    Incompatibility between mitochondrial and nuclear genomes during oogenesis results in ovarian failure and embryonic lethality.
    Development. 2017;144:2490-2503.
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  29. FARMER DT, Nathan S, Finley JK, Shengyang Yu K, et al
    Defining epithelial cell dynamics and lineage relationships in the developing lacrimal gland.
    Development. 2017;144:2517-2528.
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  30. ZHANG CU, Cadigan KM
    The matrix protein Tiggrin regulates plasmatocyte maturation in Drosophila larva.
    Development. 2017;144:2415-2427.
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    June 2017

  31. Sox2+ pituitary stem cells on the MAP(K).
    Development. 2017;144:e1203.
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  32. RIVES-QUINTO N, Franco M, de Torres-Jurado A, Carmena A, et al
    canoe and scribble loss synergizes causing tumor-like overgrowth via Ras activation in neural stem cells and epithelia.
    Development. 2017 Jun 15. pii: dev.148171. doi: 10.1242/dev.148171.
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  33. NILSSON M, Fagman H
    Development of the thyroid gland.
    Development. 2017;144:2123-2140.
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  34. CHAL J, Pourquie O
    Making muscle: skeletal myogenesis in vivo and in vitro.
    Development. 2017;144:2104-2122.
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  35. CHATZELI L, Gaete M, Tucker AS
    Fgf10 and Sox9 are essential for the establishment of distal progenitor cells during mouse salivary gland development.
    Development. 2017;144:2294-2305.
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  36. AN Y, Xue G, Shaobo Y, Mingxi D, et al
    Apical constriction is driven by a pulsatile apical myosin network in delaminating Drosophila neuroblasts.
    Development. 2017;144:2153-2164.
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  37. FENG J, Jing J, Li J, Zhao H, et al
    BMP signaling orchestrates a transcriptional network to control the fate of mesenchymal stem cells in mice.
    Development. 2017 Jun 2. pii: dev.150136. doi: 10.1242/dev.150136.
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  38. BANISCH TU, Maimon I, Dadosh T, Gilboa L, et al
    Escort cells generate a dynamic compartment for germline stem cell differentiation via combined Stat and Erk signalling.
    Development. 2017;144:1937-1947.
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  39. PARISOT J, Flore G, Bertacchi M, Studer M, et al
    COUP-TFI mitotically regulates production and migration of dentate granule cells and modulates hippocampal Cxcr4 expression.
    Development. 2017;144:2045-2058.
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  40. CHI L, Ahmed A, Roy AR, Vuong S, et al
    G9a controls placental vascular maturation by activating the Notch Pathway.
    Development. 2017;144:1976-1987.
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    May 2017
  41. SUSAIMANICKAM PJ, Maddileti S, Kumar V, Boyinpally SR, et al
    Generating minicorneal organoids from human induced pluripotent stem cells.
    Development. 2017 May 30. pii: dev.143040. doi: 10.1242/dev.143040.
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  42. YVERNOGEAU L, Robin C
    Restricted intra-embryonic origin of bona fide hematopoietic stem cells in the chicken.
    Development. 2017 May 19. pii: dev.151613. doi: 10.1242/dev.151613.
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  43. HASTON S, Pozzi S, Carreno G, Manshaei S, et al
    MAPK pathway activation in the embryonic pituitary results in stem cell compartment expansion, differentiation defects and provides insights into the pathogenesis of papillary craniopharyngioma.
    Development. 2017 May 15. pii: dev.150490. doi: 10.1242/dev.150490.
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  44. KRENS SFG, Veldhuis JH, Barone V, Capek D, et al
    Interstitial fluid osmolarity modulates the action of differential tissue surface tension in progenitor cell segregation during gastrulation.
    Development. 2017;144:1798-1806.
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    April 2017
  45. MATSUDA K, Mikami T, Oki S, Iida H, et al
    ChIP-seq analysis of genomic binding regions of five major transcription factors in mouse epiblast stem cells that highlights a central role for ZIC2.
    Development. 2017 Apr 28. pii: dev.143479. doi: 10.1242/dev.143479.
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  46. ZHAO C, Wang Q, Temple S
    Stem cell therapies for retinal diseases: recapitulating development to replace degenerated cells.
    Development. 2017;144:1368-1381.
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  47. GOOLAM M, Zernicka-Goetz M
    The chromatin modifier Satb1 regulates cell fate through Fgf signalling in the early mouse embryo.
    Development. 2017;144:1450-1461.
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  48. KASLIN J, Kroehne V, Ganz J, Hans S, et al
    Distinct roles of neuroepithelial-like and radial glia-like progenitor cells in cerebellar regeneration.
    Development. 2017;144:1462-1471.
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  49. MARTIN-IBANEZ R, Pardo M, Giralt A, Miguez A, et al
    Helios expression coordinates the development of a subset of striatopallidal medium spiny neurons.
    Development. 2017;144:1566-1577.
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  50. GOTO H, Kimmey SC, Row RH, Matus DQ, et al
    FGF and canonical Wnt signaling cooperate to induce paraxial mesoderm from tailbud neuromesodermal progenitors through regulation of a two-step epithelial to mesenchymal transition.
    Development. 2017;144:1412-1424.
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  51. ARMSTRONG BE, Henner A, Stewart S, Stankunas K, et al
    Shh promotes direct interactions between epidermal cells and osteoblast progenitors to shape regenerated zebrafish bone.
    Development. 2017;144:1165-1176.
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  52. SCHWARTZ AG, Galatz LM, Thomopoulos S
    Enthesis regeneration: a role for Gli1+ progenitor cells.
    Development. 2017;144:1159-1164.
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  53. BOU G, Liu S, Sun M, Zhu J, et al
    CDX2 is essential for cell proliferation and polarity in porcine blastocysts.
    Development. 2017;144:1296-1306.
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    March 2017
  54. MURROW LM, Weber RJ, Gartner ZJ
    Dissecting the stem cell niche with organoid models: an engineering-based approach.
    Development. 2017;144:998-1007.
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  55. DROST J, Clevers H
    Translational applications of adult stem cell-derived organoids.
    Development. 2017;144:968-975.
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  56. MCCAULEY HA, Wells JM
    Pluripotent stem cell-derived organoids: using principles of developmental biology to grow human tissues in a dish.
    Development. 2017;144:958-962.
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  57. GIACOMELLI E, Bellin M, Sala L, van Meer BJ, et al
    Three-dimensional cardiac microtissues composed of cardiomyocytes and endothelial cells co-differentiated from human pluripotent stem cells.
    Development. 2017;144:1008-1017.
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  58. ASAI A, Aihara E, Watson C, Mourya R, et al
    Paracrine signals regulate human liver organoid maturation from induced pluripotent stem cells.
    Development. 2017;144:1056-1064.
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  59. SACHS N, Tsukamoto Y, Kujala P, Peters PJ, et al
    Intestinal epithelial organoids fuse to form self-organizing tubes in floating collagen gels.
    Development. 2017;144:1107-1112.
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  60. PIEVANI A, Sacchetti B, Corsi A, Rambaldi B, et al
    Human umbilical cord blood-borne fibroblasts contain marrow niche precursors that form a bone/marrow organoid in vivo.
    Development. 2017;144:1035-1044.
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  61. BARKAUSKAS CE, Chung MI, Fioret B, Gao X, et al
    Lung organoids: current uses and future promise.
    Development. 2017;144:986-997.
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  62. SIMUNOVIC M, Brivanlou AH
    Embryoids, organoids and gastruloids: new approaches to understanding embryogenesis.
    Development. 2017;144:976-985.
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  63. KOIKE H, Zhang RR, Ueno Y, Sekine K, et al
    Nutritional modulation of mouse and human liver bud growth through a branched-chain amino acid metabolism.
    Development. 2017;144:1018-1024.
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  64. MUENCH MO, Kapidzic M, Gormley M, Gutierrez AG, et al
    The human chorion contains definitive hematopoietic stem cells from the 15th week of gestation.
    Development. 2017 Mar 2. pii: dev.138438. doi: 10.1242/dev.138438.
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  65. BIALKOWSKA AB, Yang VW, Mallipattu SK
    Kruppel-like factors in mammalian stem cells and development.
    Development. 2017;144:737-754.
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    February 2017
  66. SHIRAISHI A, Muguruma K, Sasai Y
    Generation of thalamic neurons from mouse embryonic stem cells.
    Development. 2017 Feb 20. pii: dev.144071. doi: 10.1242/dev.144071.
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  67. TAUC HM, Tasdogan A, Meyer P, Pandur P, et al
    Nipped-A regulates intestinal stem cell proliferation in Drosophila.
    Development. 2017;144:612-623.
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  68. BYUN SH, Kim J, Han D, Kwon M, et al
    TRBP maintains mammalian embryonic neural stem cell properties by enhancing the Notch signaling pathway as a novel transcriptional coactivator.
    Development. 2017 Feb 7. pii: dev.139493. doi: 10.1242/dev.139493.
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  69. ROSSPOPOFF O, Chelysheva L, Saffar J, Lecorgne L, et al
    Direct conversion of root primordium into shoot meristem relies on timing of stem cell niche development.
    Development. 2017 Feb 7. pii: dev.142570. doi: 10.1242/dev.142570.
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  70. KALKAN T, Olova N, Roode M, Mulas C, et al
    Tracking the embryonic stem cell transition from ground state pluripotency.
    Development. 2017 Feb 7. pii: dev.142711. doi: 10.1242/dev.142711.
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  71. LI J, Parada C, Chai Y
    Cellular and molecular mechanisms of tooth root development.
    Development. 2017;144:374-384.
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  72. SMITH A
    Formative pluripotency: the executive phase in a developmental continuum.
    Development. 2017;144:365-373.
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  73. SAIZ-LOPEZ P, Chinnaiya K, Towers M, Ros MA, et al
    Intrinsic properties of limb bud cells can be differentially reset.
    Development. 2017;144:479-486.
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  74. ROBERTSON SM, Medina J, Oldenbroek M, Lin R, et al
    Reciprocal signaling by Wnt and Notch specifies a muscle precursor in the C. elegans embryo.
    Development. 2017;144:419-429.
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  75. GUO C, Balsara ZR, Hill WG, Li X, et al
    Stage- and subunit-specific functions of polycomb repressive complex 2 in bladder urothelial formation and regeneration.
    Development. 2017;144:400-408.
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    January 2017
  76. MOHAPATRA B, Zutshi N, An W, Goetz B, et al
    An essential role of CBL and CBL-B ubiquitin ligases in mammary stem cell maintenance.
    Development. 2017 Jan 18. pii: dev.138164. doi: 10.1242/dev.138164.
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  77. BRESSAN RB, Dewari PS, Kalantzaki M, Gangoso E, et al
    Efficient CRISPR/Cas9-assisted gene targeting enables rapid and precise genetic manipulation of mammalian neural stem cells.
    Development. 2017 Jan 17. pii: dev.140855. doi: 10.1242/dev.140855.
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  78. GENTHE JR, Clements WK
    R-spondin-1 is required for specification of hematopoietic stem cells through Wnt16 and Vegfa signaling pathways.
    Development. 2017 Jan 13. pii: dev.139956. doi: 10.1242/dev.139956.
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  79. TOMAZ RA, Harman JL, Karimlou D, Weavers L, et al
    Jmjd2c/Kdm4c facilitates the assembly of essential enhancer-protein complexes at the onset of embryonic stem cell differentiation.
    Development. 2017 Jan 13. pii: dev.142489. doi: 10.1242/dev.142489.
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  80. HELSEL AR, Yang QE, Oatley MJ, Lord T, et al
    ID4 levels dictate the stem cell state in mouse spermatogonia.
    Development. 2017 Jan 13. pii: dev.146928. doi: 10.1242/dev.146928.
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  81. KUMAR P, Tan Y, Cahan P
    Understanding development and stem cells using single cell-based analyses of gene expression.
    Development. 2017;144:17-32.
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  82. CRAFT AM, Johnson M
    From stem cells to human development: a distinctly human perspective on early embryology, cellular differentiation and translational research.
    Development. 2017;144:12-16.
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    December 2016
  83. CRISAN M, Dzierzak E
    The many faces of hematopoietic stem cell heterogeneity.
    Development. 2016;143:4571-4581.
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  84. TSAI YH, Nattiv R, Dedhia PH, Nagy MS, et al
    In vitro patterning of pluripotent stem cell-derived intestine recapitulates in vivo human development.
    Development. 2016 Dec 7. pii: dev.138453.
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  85. CHK2 mediates DNA damage in adult stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:e2305.
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    November 2016

  86. CHK2 mediates DNA damage in adult stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:e2203.
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  87. POLLARD SM
    Quantitative stem cell biology: the threat and the glory.
    Development. 2016;143:4097-4100.
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  88. JOHNSTON MJ, Bar-Cohen S, Paroush Z, Nystul TG, et al
    Phosphorylated Groucho delays differentiation in the follicle stem cell lineage by providing a molecular memory of EGFR signaling in the niche.
    Development. 2016 Nov 11. pii: dev.143263.
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  89. PERRY RB, Ulitsky I
    The functions of long noncoding RNAs in development and stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:3882-3894.
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  90. FRYE M, Blanco S
    Post-transcriptional modifications in development and stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:3871-3881.
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    October 2016
  91. GOLDSTEIN BJ, Goss GM, Choi R, Saur D, et al
    Olfactory basal stem cells: contribution of Polycomb group proteins to renewal in a novel c-Kit+ culture model and in vivo.
    Development. 2016 Oct 27. pii: dev.142653.
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  92. AKIYAMA T, Wakabayashi S, Soma A, Sato S, et al
    Transient ectopic expression of the histone demethylase JMJD3 accelerates the differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:3674-3685.
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  93. LATOS PA, Hemberger M
    From the stem of the placental tree: trophoblast stem cells and their progeny.
    Development. 2016;143:3650-3660.
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  94. BEUMER J, Clevers H
    Regulation and plasticity of intestinal stem cells during homeostasis and regeneration.
    Development. 2016;143:3639-3649.
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  95. MA X, Han Y, Song X, Do T, et al
    DNA damage-induced CHK2 activation compromises germline stem cell self-renewal and lineage differentiation.
    Development. 2016 Oct 11. pii: dev.141069.
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  96. MIZBANI A, Luca E, Rushing EJ, Krutzfeldt J, et al
    microRNA deep sequencing in two adult stem cell populations identifies miR-501 as novel regulator of myosin heavy chain during muscle regeneration.
    Development. 2016 Oct 5. pii: dev.136051.
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  97. BIGAS A, Waskow C
    Blood stem cells: from beginning to end.
    Development. 2016;143:3429-3433.
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    September 2016
  98. SUN Z, Yu W, Navarro MS, Sweat M, et al
    Sox2 and Lef-1 interact with Pitx2 to regulate incisor development and stem cell renewal.
    Development. 2016 Sep 22. pii: dev.138883.
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  99. AMOYEL M, Hillion KH, Margolis SR, Bach EA, et al
    Somatic stem cell differentiation is regulated by PI3K/Tor signaling in response to local cues.
    Development. 2016 Sep 15. pii: dev.139782.
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    August 2016
  100. AGHAALLAEI N, Gruhl F, Schaefer CQ, Wernet T, et al
    Identification, visualization and clonal analysis of intestinal stem cells in fish.
    Development. 2016 Aug 30. pii: dev.134098.
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  101. KIRKEBY A, Perlmann T, Pereira CF
    The stem cell niche finds its true north.
    Development. 2016;143:2877-81.
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  102. MAHESHWARI R, Pushpa K, Subramaniam K
    A role for post-transcriptional control of ER dynamics and function in C. elegans germline stem cell maintenance.
    Development. 2016 Aug 10. pii: dev.134056.
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  103. LI X, Yang F, Chen H, Deng B, et al
    Control of germline stem cell differentiation by polycomb and trithorax group genes in the niche microenvironment.
    Development. 2016 Aug 10. pii: dev.137638.
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    July 2016
  104. KOBAYASHI S, Hosoi Y, Shiura H, Yamagata K, et al
    Live imaging of X chromosome reactivation dynamics in early mouse development can discriminate naive from primed pluripotent stem cells.
    Development. 2016 Jul 28. pii: dev.136739.
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  105. YU J, Lan X, Chen X, Yu C, et al
    Protein synthesis and degradation are critical to regulate germline stem cell homeostasis in Drosophila testes.
    Development. 2016 Jul 28. pii: dev.134247.
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  106. SHARPE PT
    Dental mesenchymal stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:2273-80.
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    May 2016
  107. WANG Z, Tian A, Benchabane H, Tacchelly-Benites O, et al
    The ADP-ribose polymerase Tankyrase regulates adult intestinal stem cell proliferation during homeostasis in Drosophila.
    Development. 2016;143:1710-20.
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    April 2016
  108. URBACH R, Jussen D, Technau GM
    Gene expression profiles uncover individual identities of gnathal neuroblasts and serial homologies in the embryonic CNS of Drosophila.
    Development. 2016;143:1290-301.
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  109. RYBTSOV S, Ivanovs A, Zhao S, Medvinsky A, et al
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