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1. A gene regulatory network for cell fate specification in Ciona embryos
2. Early Xenopus gene regulatory programs, chromatin states, and the role of maternal transcription factors
Kitt D. Paraiso, Jin S. Cho, Junseok Yong and Ken W.Y. Cho
3. Dynamic and self-regulatory interactions among gene regulatory networks control vertebrate limb bud morphogenesis
Aimée Zuniga and Rolf Zeller
4. Gene regulatory networks during the development of the Drosophila visual system
Yen-Chung Chen and Claude Desplan
5. Cell fate decisions during the development of the peripheral nervous system in the vertebrate head
Alexandre Thiery, Ailin Leticia Buzzi and Andrea Streit
6. A Hox gene regulatory network for hindbrain segmentation
Hugo J. Parker and Robb E. Krumlauf
7. Logical modeling of cell fate specification—Application to T cell commitment
Elisabetta Cacace, Samuel Collombet and Denis Thieffry
8. Repressive interactions in gene regulatory networks: When you have no other choice
M. Joaquina Delás and James Briscoe
9. The function of architecture and logic in developmental gene regulatory networks
Isabelle S. Peter
10. The evolution of the gene regulatory networks patterning the Drosophila Blastoderm
Ariel D. Chipman
11. The notochord gene regulatory network in chordate evolution: Conservation and divergence from Ciona to vertebrates
Anna Di Gregorio
12. On the individuality of gene regulatory networks: How does network reuse affect subsequent evolution?
Eden McQueen and Mark Rebeiz
13. Evolutionary dynamics of gene regulation
Douglas H. Erwin
Gene Regulatory Networks, Volume 139 in the Current Topics in Developmental Biology series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters written by an international board of authors. Topics in this release include Mouse hindbrain GRN, Xenopus endoderm GRN – organogenesis, Vertebrate limb GRN, The notochord gene regulatory network in chordate evolution: conservation and divergence from Ciona to vertebrates, Ciona early embryo GRNs, Boolean logic models, Modeling GRN response to morphogen gradient, GRN architecture, Theory of GRN evolution, Evolution of fly segmentation GRNs, GRN evolution in echinoderms, Evolution of network specificity, and more.
- Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
- Presents the latest release in the Current Topics in Developmental Biology series
- Includes the latest information on gene regulatory networks
Clinicians in the fields of endocrinology, rheumatology, orthopedics, pediatrics and dentistry; basic scientists in anatomy, cell and developmental biology; students and postdoctoral fellows who would like to enter these fields and make further discoveries as well as improve the treatment of major bone-related disorders
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- 23rd May 2020
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Isabelle S. Peter is Assistant Research Professor and Eric H. Davidson is Norman Chandler Professor of Cell Biology in the Division of Biology and Biological Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California. Over the last seven years they have co-authored a series of works on experimental, conceptual and computational analyses of developmental gene regulatory networks, including their evolutionary significance. The discussions and conceptual explorations occasioned by this collaboration produced the new synthetic views encompassed in this book, building on decades of earlier work summarized in the 2001 and 2006 Academic Press books by Eric H. Davidson.
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA
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