Table of Contents: February 2012

This opacity rendering shows a confocal image volume of a 5.5 dpc mouse embryo. The embryo has been stained for the tight junction marker ZO-1 (white), which delineates the apical outlines of cells of the visceral endoderm, a simple epithelium that forms the surface of the embryo. Nuclei are stained with DAPI (blue). Rosettes are groups or five or more cells that share a common central vertex. The individual cells of a seven-cell rosette have been segmented in contrasting colors. See Trichas, et al. (e1001256).

Image Credit: Natalia White and Shankar Srinivas


Host Sexual Dimorphism and Parasite Adaptation

David Duneau, Dieter Ebert


Research Articles

Patterns of Gene Flow Define Species of Thermophilic Archaea

Hinsby Cadillo-Quiroz, Xavier Didelot, Nicole L. Held, Alfa Herrera, Aaron Darling, Michael L. Reno, David J. Krause, Rachel J. Whitaker

Genome-Wide Analysis of the World's Sheep Breeds Reveals High Levels of Historic Mixture and Strong Recent Selection

James W. Kijas, Johannes A. Lenstra, Ben Hayes, Simon Boitard, Laercio R. Porto Neto, Magali San Cristobal, Bertrand Servin, Russell McCulloch, Vicki Whan, Kimberly Gietzen, Samuel Paiva, William Barendse, Elena Ciani, Herman Raadsma, John McEwan, Brian Dalrymple, other members of the International Sheep Genomics Consortium

Multi-Cellular Rosettes in the Mouse Visceral Endoderm Facilitate the Ordered Migration of Anterior Visceral Endoderm Cells

Georgios Trichas, Aaron M. Smith, Natalia White, Vivienne Wilkins, Tomoko Watanabe, Abigail Moore, Bradley Joyce, Jacintha Sugnaseelan, Tristan A. Rodriguez, David Kay, Ruth E. Baker, Philip K. Maini, Shankar Srinivas

Movement-Related Theta Rhythm in Humans: Coordinating Self-Directed Hippocampal Learning

Raphael Kaplan, Christian F. Doeller, Gareth R. Barnes, Vladimir Litvak, Emrah Düzel, Peter A. Bandettini, Neil Burgess

Neural Mechanisms Underlying Motivation of Mental Versus Physical Effort

Liane Schmidt, Maël Lebreton, Marie-Laure Cléry-Melin, Jean Daunizeau, Mathias Pessiglione

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