Published in Health and Medicine Week, January 22nd, 2007
This trend article about University of Cologne, Germany, is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: New research, "Wnt signaling in hydroid development: formation of the primary body axis in embryogenesis and its subsequent patterning," is the subject of a report. "We have studied the role the canonical Wnt pathway plays in hydroid pattern formation during embryonic development and metamorphosis. Transcripts of Wnt and Tcf were asymmetrically deposited in the oocyte and subsequent developmental stages, marking the sites of...
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