Scaling of embryonic patterning based on phase-gradient encoding.


A fundamental feature of embryonic patterning is the ability to scale and maintain stable proportions despite changes in overall size, for instance during growth. A notable example occurs during vertebrate segment formation: after experimental reduction of embryo size, segments form proportionally smaller, and consequently, a normal number of segments is… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nature11804


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