A new story for inner ear evolution based on the developmental patterning found in hagfish, one of two extant jawless vertebrates and a link to the last common ancestor of modern jawed vertebrates.
Scientists have succeeded in growing three-dimensional salivary gland tissue that produced saliva like normal glands when implanted into mice.
Scientists have used a mathematical model to explain why zebrafish cone cells in the eye are arranged in a specific pattern in all individuals.
A new statistical-based method provides insight into the morphogenesis of developing organs.
The large size of mouse oocytes is shown to create errors when chromosomes divide between daughter cells.
A newly discovered gene turns off an egg’s egginess, allowing it to become an embryo.