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In a 4-cell stage C. elegans embryo, signaling by the P2 blastomere induces anterior-posterior polarity in the adjacent EMS blastomere, leading to endoderm formation. We have taken genetic and reverse genetic approaches toward understanding the molecular basis for this induction. These studies have identified a set of genes with sequence similarity to genes(More)
A collaborative study for quantification of Anisakis larvae in spiked farmed salmon fillets was conducted by 12 laboratories in 2012, using a modified Codex method (CODEX STAN 244). N = 6 samples with a different number of Anisakis larvae including two blind duplicates were analyzed by participants. All laboratories applied the same modified digestion(More)
Anterior organization of the C. elegans embryo by the labial-like Hox gene ceh-13 Engulfment genes cooperate with ced-3 to promote cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. The pattern of neuroblast formation, mitotic domains and proneural gene expression during early brain development in Drosophila. Functional analysis of the single calmodulin gene in the(More)
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