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Buried alive: How osteoblasts become osteocytes
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This review explores the osteoblast‐to‐osteocyte transformation during intramembranous ossification from both morphological and molecular perspectives and suggests one of the five scenarios that best fits as a model. Expand
A comparative view on mechanisms and functions of skeletal remodelling in teleost fish, with special emphasis on osteoclasts and their function
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The current knowledge about resorption and remodelling of the skeleton in teleost fish, the largest and most diverse group of extant vertebrates, is reviewed for the first time. Expand
Skeletal anomalies in reared European fish larvae and juveniles. Part 2: main typologies, occurrences and causative factors
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A synthetic but comprehensive picture of the actual knowledge on the ontogeny, typologies and occurrence of skeletal anomalies, and on the proposed causative factors for their onset in larvae and juveniles of European farmed fish is provided. Expand
Pathogenesis and inflammatory response to Edwardsiella tarda infection in the zebrafish.
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The methods developed in this study will be particularly valuable for targeted gene disruption studies of host immune components and in zebrafish genetic screens. Expand
Features of mono‐ and multinucleated bone resorbing cells of the zebrafish Danio rerio and their contribution to skeletal development, remodeling, and growth
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Bone resorption is primarily subjected to the demands of growth, the appearance of mono‐ and multinucleated osteoclasts is site‐ and age‐related, and bone remodeling occurs. Expand
Evolutionary and developmental origins of the vertebrate dentition
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It is suggested that teeth may have arisen before the origin of jaws, as a result of competent, odontode‐forming ectoderm invading the oropharyngeal cavity through the mouth as well as through the gill slits, interacting with neural crest‐derived mesenchyme. Expand
Characterization of Snakehead Rhabdovirus Infection in Zebrafish (Danio rerio)
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This study is the first to describe experimental infection of zebrafish embryos with a viral pathogen, which will be important for future experiments involving targeted gene disruption and forward genetic screens. Expand
Seasonal changes in the lower jaw skeleton in male Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): remodelling and regression of the kype after spawning
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Morphological and histological features of kypes from pre‐spawned mature anadromous males (grilse) with post-spawned males (kelts) are compared and conversion of basal kype skeleton into regular dentary bone contributes to the elongation of the dentary. Expand
Vertebrae fusion in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) : Development, aggravation and pathways of containment
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It is demonstrated for the first time that the onset of vertebrae fusion must not inevitably lead to fish with deformed vertebral columns, and defining conditions that favour repair and prevent the spread of vertebral fusion is a future task that could make a significant contribution to the control of spine deformities in farmed salmon. Expand
Skeletal anomalies in reared European fish larvae and juveniles. Part 1: normal and anomalous skeletogenic processes
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The aim was to identify the main gaps of knowledge that require to be filled, in order to precociously identify anomalous developmental patterns that lead to skeletal anomalies in reared finfish larvae and juveniles. Expand
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