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Bakhti, M. ; Bastidas-Ponce, A. & Lickert, H.: Sorting out fate determination. Dev. Cell 49, 1-3 (2019)
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Nyeng, P.* et al.: P120ctn-mediated organ patterning precedes and determines pancreatic progenitor fate. Dev. Cell 49, 31-47.e9 (2019)
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Senft, D. & Jeremias, I.: Tumor cell dormancy-triggered by the niche. Dev. Cell 49, 311-312 (2019)
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Brankatschk, M.* et al.: A temperature-dependent switch in feeding preference improves Drosophila development and survival in the cold. Dev. Cell 46, 781-793.e4 (2018)
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Krahmer, N.* et al.: Organellar proteomics and phospho-proteomics reveal subcellular teorganization in diet-induced hepatic steatosis. Dev. Cell 47, 205-221.e7 (2018)
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Burton, A. & Torres-Padilla, M.E.: A pluripotency platform for Prdm14. Dev. Cell 38, 3-5 (2016)
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Saarikangas, J.* et al.: MIM-induced membrane bending promotes dendritic spine initiation. Dev. Cell 33, 644-659 (2015)
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Ninkovic, J. & Götz, M.: A time and place for understanding neural stem cell specification. Dev. Cell 30, 114-115 (2014)
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Thomae, A.W.* et al.: A pair of centromeric proteins mediates reproductive isolation in Drosophila species. Dev. Cell 27, 412-424 (2013)
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Coolen, M. ; Thieffry, D.* ; Drivenes, O.* ; Becker, T.S.* & Bally-Cuif, L.: MiR-9 controls the timing of neurogenesis through the direct inhibition of antagonistic factors. Dev. Cell 22, 1052-1064 (2012)
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van Campenhout, C.A. et al.: Dlg3 trafficking and apical tight junction formation is regulated by Nedd4 and Nedd4-2 E3 ubiquitin ligases. Dev. Cell 21, 479-491 (2011)
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Kinzel, D. et al.: Pitchfork regulates primary cilia disassembly and left-right asymmetry. Dev. Cell 19, 66-77 (2010)
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Bally-Cuif, L.: Breaking symmetry on time. Dev. Cell 12, 1-2 (2007)
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Tanaka, S.S.* ; Yamaguchi, Y.L.* ; Tsoi, B.* ; Lickert, H. & Tam, P.P.L.*: IFITM/Mil/fragilis family proteins IFITM1 and IFITM3 play distinct roles in mouse primordial germ cell homing and repulsing. Dev. Cell 9, 745-756 (2005)