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Visceral Regeneration in a Sea Cucumber Involves Extensive Expression of Survivin and Mortalin Homologs in the Mesothelium
(BioMed Central, 2010)
Background: The proper balance of cell division and cell death is of crucial importance for all kinds of developmental processes and for maintaining tissue homeostasis in mature tissues. Dysregulation of this balance often ...
Radial Glial Cells Play a Key Role in Echinoderm Neural Regeneration.
(STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) publisher, 2013)
Background: Unlike the mammalian central nervous system (CNS), the CNS of echinoderms is capable of fast and efficient regeneration following injury and constitutes one of the most promising model systems that can ...
Expression of Wnt9, TCTP, and Bmp1/Tll in Sea Cucumber Visceral Regeneration.
(Elsevier B.V., 2012-01)
We employ non-radioactive in situ hybridization techniques, which combine good tissue morphology preservation with high sensitivity of transcript detection, to map gene expression in the regenerating digestive tube of the ...
Heterogeneous Generation of New Cells in the Adult Echinoderm Nervous System
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2015-09-22)
Adult neurogenesis, generation of new functional cells in the mature central nervous system (CNS), has been documented in a number of diverse organisms, ranging from humans to invertebrates. However, the origin and evolution ...
Transcriptomic Changes During Regeneration of the Central Nervous System in an Echinoderm.
(BioMed Central (BMC) owned by Springer Nature., 2014-05-12)
Background: Echinoderms are emerging as important models in regenerative biology. Significant amount of data are available on cellular mechanisms of post-traumatic repair in these animals, whereas studies of gene expression ...