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4 may 2018 06:01:35

 
Cell Identity Switching Regulated by Retinoic Acid Signaling Maintains Homogeneous Segments in the Hindbrain (Developmental Cell)
 




Addison et al. uncover how segments within the hindbrain maintain a homogeneous identity despite intermingling of cells at early stages. Cells that intermingle into an adjacent segment switch identity since they encounter a different level of retinoic acid signaling from their new neighbors.


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