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Bone morphogenetic protein antagonist gremlin 1 is widely expressed by cancer-associated stromal cells and can promote tumor cell proliferation

Julie B. Sneddon*, Hanson H. Zhen, Kelli Montgomery, Matt van de Rijn, Aaron D. Tward, Robert West, Hayes Gladstone, Howard... Read More

Morphogenetic

morphogenetic Relating to... Read More

UCLA Researchers Discover New Method To Generate Human Bone

By studying diseases in which the human body generates too much bone, UCLA researchers have discovered and isolated a... Read More

Morphogenesis: The Cellular and Molecular Processes of Developmental Anatomy by Jonathan Bard

 Morphogenesis: The Cellular and Molecular Processes of Developmental Anatomy  ... Read More

Bmp

Bmp --> bone morphogenetic protein (Science: protein) activity derived from bone that induces the formation of cartilage and... Read More

Scientists discover why teeth form in a single row

February 27, 2009 -- Same study uncovers how each tooth signals the next to start growing A system of opposing genetic... Read More

Octology

The term octology was introduced 8 March 2010 by Dr. Andrej Poleev in his book of the same title to denominate a new... Read More

Transforming growth factor

transforming growth factor (Growth Factor) proteins secreted by transformed cells that can stimulate growth of normal... Read More

Transforming growth

transforming growth factor (Science: growth factor) proteins secreted by transformed cells that can stimulate growth of... Read More

Induction

Induction The act or process of inducing or causing to occur, especially the production of a specific morphogenetic effect... Read More

USC scientists uncover secrets of feather formation

'Jurassic Chicken' project may help studies of human development and evolution of dinosaursLos Angeles, Oct. 30, 2002 -... Read More

New findings solve human origins mystery

Los Angeles, California - An extraordinary advance in human origins research reveals evidence of the emergence of the... Read More

BMP4 and Noggin improve bone regeneration

By Anne John Michael Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine have been used to promote bone healing and improve bone... Read More

Why do rodents’ teeth stay sharp? What is the difference between the mouse and the kangaroo?

Answers to these two questions are given by two recent studies on tooth development and evolution. Scientists at the... Read More

Memory in receptor–ligand-mediated cell adhesion

Memory in receptor–ligand-mediated cell adhesion Veronika I. Zarnitsyna*, Jun Huang*, Fang Zhang*, Yuan-Hung Chien,... Read More

USC scientists uncover secrets of feather formation

'Jurassic Chicken' project may help studies of human development and evolution of dinosaurs Los Angeles, Oct. 30, 2002 -... Read More

Early stages of neural crest ontogeny: formation and regulation of cell delamination

Early stages of neural crest ontogeny: formation and regulation of cell delamination CHAYA KALCHEIM* and TAL BURSTYN-COHEN... Read More

Leaf Evolution: Gases, Genes and Geochemistry

BOTANICAL BRIEFING DAVID J. BEERLING Abstract • Aims This Botanical Briefing reviews how the integration of... Read More

Soluble, insoluble and geometric signals sculpt the architecture of mineralized tissues

Invited Review Bone morphogenetic and osteogenic proteins (BMPs/OPs), members of the transforming growth factor-β... Read More

Evolutionary History of Endemic Gastropod Assemblage in Lake Malawi

Evolutionary evidence showcases the importance of ancient species that evolved through million years ago and still existed... Read More