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    May 2017
  1. 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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  2. 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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    April 2017
  3. 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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  4. 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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    March 2017
  5. 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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  6. DROST J, Clevers H
    Translational applications of adult stem cell-derived organoids.
    Development. 2017;144:968-975.
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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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
  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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    January 2017
  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. 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
  24. CRISAN M, Dzierzak E
    The many faces of hematopoietic stem cell heterogeneity.
    Development. 2016;143:4571-4581.
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  25. 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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  26. CHK2 mediates DNA damage in adult stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:e2305.
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    November 2016

  27. CHK2 mediates DNA damage in adult stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:e2203.
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  28. POLLARD SM
    Quantitative stem cell biology: the threat and the glory.
    Development. 2016;143:4097-4100.
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  29. 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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  30. PERRY RB, Ulitsky I
    The functions of long noncoding RNAs in development and stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:3882-3894.
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  31. FRYE M, Blanco S
    Post-transcriptional modifications in development and stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:3871-3881.
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    October 2016
  32. 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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  33. 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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  34. 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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  35. BEUMER J, Clevers H
    Regulation and plasticity of intestinal stem cells during homeostasis and regeneration.
    Development. 2016;143:3639-3649.
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  36. 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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  37. 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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  38. BIGAS A, Waskow C
    Blood stem cells: from beginning to end.
    Development. 2016;143:3429-3433.
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    September 2016
  39. 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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  40. 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
  41. 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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  42. KIRKEBY A, Perlmann T, Pereira CF
    The stem cell niche finds its true north.
    Development. 2016;143:2877-81.
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  43. 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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  44. 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
  45. 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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  46. 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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  47. SHARPE PT
    Dental mesenchymal stem cells.
    Development. 2016;143:2273-80.
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    May 2016
  48. 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
  49. 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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  50. RYBTSOV S, Ivanovs A, Zhao S, Medvinsky A, et al
    Concealed expansion of immature precursors underpins acute burst of adult HSC activity in foetal liver.
    Development. 2016;143:1284-9.
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  51. STUMPO DJ, Trempus CS, Tucker CJ, Huang W, et al
    Deficiency of the placenta- and yolk sac-specific tristetraprolin family member ZFP36L3 identifies likely mRNA targets and an unexpected link to placental iron metabolism.
    Development. 2016;143:1424-33.
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  52. TAN SY, Krasnow MA
    Developmental origin of lung macrophage diversity.
    Development. 2016;143:1318-27.
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  53. YVERNOGEAU L, Gautier R, Khoury H, Menegatti S, et al
    An in vitro model of hemogenic endothelium commitment and hematopoietic production.
    Development. 2016;143:1302-12.
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  54. MAGNUSSON JP, Frisen J
    Stars from the darkest night: unlocking the neurogenic potential of astrocytes in different brain regions.
    Development. 2016;143:1075-86.
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  55. MOREAU F, Thevenon E, Blanvillain R, Lopez-Vidriero I, et al
    The Myb-domain protein ULTRAPETALA1 INTERACTING FACTOR 1 controls floral meristem activities in Arabidopsis.
    Development. 2016;143:1108-19.
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  56. ROQUE CG, Wong HH, Lin JQ, Holt CE, et al
    Tumor protein Tctp regulates axon development in the embryonic visual system.
    Development. 2016;143:1134-48.
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  57. BREUSS M, Fritz T, Gstrein T, Chan K, et al
    Mutations in the murine homologue of TUBB5 cause microcephaly by perturbing cell cycle progression and inducing p53-associated apoptosis.
    Development. 2016;143:1126-33.
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  58. WAN Y, Almeida AD, Rulands S, Chalour N, et al
    The ciliary marginal zone of the zebrafish retina: clonal and time-lapse analysis of a continuously growing tissue.
    Development. 2016;143:1099-107.
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  59. WEISS MC, Le Garrec JF, Coqueran S, Strick-Marchand H, et al
    Progressive developmental restriction, acquisition of left-right identity and cell growth behavior during lobe formation in mouse liver development.
    Development. 2016;143:1149-59.
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  60. VALDIVIA LE, Lamb DB, Horner W, Wierzbicki C, et al
    Antagonism between Gdf6a and retinoic acid pathways controls timing of retinal neurogenesis and growth of the eye in zebrafish.
    Development. 2016;143:1087-98.
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  61. AYENI JO, Audibert A, Fichelson P, Srayko M, et al
    G2 phase arrest prevents bristle progenitor self-renewal and synchronizes cell division with cell fate differentiation.
    Development. 2016;143:1160-9.
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    March 2016
  62. MARTINET C, Monnier P, Louault Y, Benard M, et al
    H19 controls reactivation of the imprinted gene network during muscle regeneration.
    Development. 2016;143:962-71.
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  63. LITTLE MH
    Closing the circle: from organoids back to development.
    Development. 2016;143:905-6.
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  64. LEOW SC, Poschmann J, Too PG, Yin J, et al
    The transcription factor SOX6 contributes to the developmental origins of obesity by promoting adipogenesis.
    Development. 2016;143:950-61.
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  65. ALUNNI A, Bally-Cuif L
    A comparative view of regenerative neurogenesis in vertebrates.
    Development. 2016;143:741-53.
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  66. PETRACCA YL, Sartoretti MM, Di Bella DJ, Marin-Burgin A, et al
    The late and dual origin of cerebrospinal fluid-contacting neurons in the mouse spinal cord.
    Development. 2016;143:880-91.
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  67. TADOKORO T, Gao X, Hong CC, Hotten D, et al
    BMP signaling and cellular dynamics during regeneration of airway epithelium from basal progenitors.
    Development. 2016;143:764-73.
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    February 2016
  68. LIU LY, Alexa K, Cortes M, Schatzman-Bone S, et al
    Cannabinoid receptor signaling regulates liver development and metabolism.
    Development. 2016;143:609-22.
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  69. O'BRIEN LL, Guo Q, Lee Y, Tran T, et al
    Differential regulation of mouse and human nephron progenitors by the Six family of transcriptional regulators.
    Development. 2016;143:595-608.
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  70. KLAFKE R, Prem Anand AA, Wurst W, Prakash N, et al
    Differences in the spatiotemporal expression and epistatic gene regulation of the mesodiencephalic dopaminergic precursor marker PITX3 during chicken and mouse development.
    Development. 2016;143:691-702.
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  71. LACOMME M, Tarchini B, Boudreau-Pinsonneault C, Monat C, et al
    The LGN protein promotes planar proliferative divisions in the neocortex but apicobasal asymmetric terminal divisions in the retina.
    Development. 2016;143:575-81.
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  72. LEUNG AW, Murdoch B, Salem AF, Prasad MS, et al
    WNT/beta-catenin signaling mediates human neural crest induction via a pre-neural border intermediate.
    Development. 2016;143:398-410.
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  73. FURTADO MB, Nim HT, Boyd SE, Rosenthal NA, et al
    View from the heart: cardiac fibroblasts in development, scarring and regeneration.
    Development. 2016;143:387-97.
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  74. HAACK T, Abdelilah-Seyfried S
    The force within: endocardial development, mechanotransduction and signalling during cardiac morphogenesis.
    Development. 2016;143:373-86.
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    January 2016
  75. ROW RH, Tsotras SR, Goto H, Martin BL, et al
    The zebrafish tailbud contains two independent populations of midline progenitor cells that maintain long-term germ layer plasticity and differentiate in response to local signaling cues.
    Development. 2016;143:244-54.
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  76. AHMAD SM, Bhattacharyya P, Jeffries N, Gisselbrecht SS, et al
    Two Forkhead transcription factors regulate cardiac progenitor specification by controlling the expression of receptors of the fibroblast growth factor and Wnt signaling pathways.
    Development. 2016;143:306-17.
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  77. KUCKWA J, Fritzen K, Buttgereit D, Rothenbusch-Fender S, et al
    A new level of plasticity: Drosophila smooth-like testes muscles compensate failure of myoblast fusion.
    Development. 2016;143:329-38.
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  78. NOMURA T, Ohtaka-Maruyama C, Yamashita W, Wakamatsu Y, et al
    The evolution of basal progenitors in the developing non-mammalian brain.
    Development. 2016;143:66-74.
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  79. PARK JY, Hughes LJ, Moon UY, Park R, et al
    The apical complex protein Pals1 is required to maintain cerebellar progenitor cells in a proliferative state.
    Development. 2016;143:133-46.
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  80. DUNCAN RN, Xie Y, McPherson AD, Taibi AV, et al
    Hypothalamic radial glia function as self-renewing neural progenitors in the absence of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling.
    Development. 2016;143:45-53.
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  81. ZHANG F, Huang ZX, Bao H, Cong F, et al
    Phosphotyrosyl phosphatase activator facilitates localization of Miranda through dephosphorylation in dividing neuroblasts.
    Development. 2016;143:35-44.
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