Tatjana S Spengler

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Comparative studies of the tetrapod raldh2 (aldh1a2) gene, which encodes a retinoic acid (RA) synthesis enzyme, have led to the identification of a dorsal spinal cord enhancer. Enhancer activity is directed dorsally to the roof plate and dorsal-most (dI1) interneurons through predicted Tcf- and Cdx-homeodomain binding sites and is repressed ventrally via(More)
Despite extensively divergent morphologies, the patterning of the embryonic brain is controlled by highly conserved genetic networks. Orthodenticle and empty spiracles-related homeodomain genes, which are expressed in insects as in vertebrates in anteriormost neuromeres of the embryonic brain, provide examples of such conservations. In gnathostomes, they(More)
  • J Quariguasi, Frota Neto, G Walther, J Bloemhof, J A E E Van Nunen, T Spengler
  • 2007
AND KEYWORDS Abstract Recent literature on sustainable logistics networks points to two important questions: (i) How to spot the preferred solution(s) balancing environmental and business concerns? (ii) How to improve the understanding of the trade-offs between these two dimensions? We posit that a complete exploration of the efficient frontier and(More)
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