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In animal species undergoing determinate growth, the making of a full-size adult body requires a series of coordinated growth events culminating in the cessation of growth that precedes sexual maturation. The merger between physiology and genetics now coming to pass in the Drosophila model allows us to decipher these growth events with an unsurpassed level(More)
Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is the most frequent life-threatening gastrointestinal disease experienced by premature infants in neonatal intensive care units. The challenge for neonatologists is to detect early clinical manifestations of NEC. One strategy would be to identify specific markers that could be used as early diagnostic tools to identify(More)
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