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Zebrafish mutants with disrupted Hedgehog signaling exhibit U-shaped somites, as seen in the you mutant (top), instead of the chevron shape seen in wild-type embryos (bottom). (See Woods and Talbot)

Image Credit: Image by Ian G. Woods


Expressing the Big Picture

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Funding the Way to Open Access

Robert Terry


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The Immune Epitope Database and Analysis Resource: From Vision to Blueprint

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