DGD Content Alert: 57, 6 (August 2015)

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DGD Content Alert: 57, 6 (August 2015)

DGD Content Alert: 57, 6 (August 2015)

dgd57-6.jpg Development, Growth & Differentiation

© Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists
Volume 57, Issue 6 Pages i - iii, 421 - 495, August 2015

The latest issue of Development, Growth & Differentiation is available on Wiley Online Library

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Cover Photograph: Tool use-associated gene expressions and hypothetical scenario of cortical expansion in primate brain evolution (See Matsunaga et al., pp. 484-495). (page i)
Article first published online: 20 JUL 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12171

Issue Information

Issue Information (pages ii-iii)
Article first published online: 20 JUL 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12172

Review Article

Regeneration inducers in limb regeneration (pages 421-429)
Akira Satoh, Kazumasa Mitogawa and Aki Makanae
Article first published online: 2 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12230

Upon starvation, Nse1 and Nse4 KD cells had increases in the number of smaller fruiting bodies that formed on non-nutrient agar plates or aggregates that formed under submerged culture. We found a reduction in the mRNA level of pdsA, in vegetative and 8 h-starved Nse4 KD cells, and pdsA knockdown cells displayed effects similar to Nse4 KD cells. Our results suggest that Nse4 and Nse1 are involved in not only the cellular DNA damage response but also cellular development in D. discoideum.

Original Articles

Nse1 and Nse4, subunits of the Smc5-Smc6 complex, are involved in Dictyostelium development upon starvation (pages 430-443)
Hideo Taniura, Naoya Tanabe, Yumi Bando and Natsumi Arai
Article first published online: 2 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12223

Upon starvation, Nse1 and Nse4 KD cells had increases in the number of smaller fruiting bodies that formed on non-nutrient agar plates or aggregates that formed under submerged culture. We found a reduction in the mRNA level of pdsA, in vegetative and 8 h-starved Nse4 KD cells, and pdsA knockdown cells displayed effects similar to Nse4 KD cells. Our results suggest that Nse4 and Nse1 are involved in not only the cellular DNA damage response but also cellular development in D. discoideum.

Early development of circadian rhythmicity in the suprachiamatic nuclei and pineal gland of teleost, flounder (Paralichthys olivaeus), embryos (pages 444-452)
Makoto Mogi, Susumu Uji, Hayato Yokoi and Tohru Suzuki
Article first published online: 26 MAY 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12222

We report the development of circadian rhythmicity in the SCN and PG. per2 expression rhythmicity in flounder SCN is regulated by a molecular clock. LL and DD conditions deeply affect the development of circadian rhythmicity in the SCN and PG.

Lgr5 positive stem cells sorted from small intestines of diabetic mice differentiate into higher proportion of absorptive cells and Paneth cells in vitro (pages 453-465)
Xian-Yang Zhong, Tao Yu, Wa Zhong, Jie-Yao Li, Zhong-Sheng Xia, Yu-Hong Yuan, Zhong Yu and Qi-Kui Chen
Article first published online: 30 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12226

We characterized the expression of Lgr5 in the small intestine of diabetic mice, and sorted Lgr5 positive Intestinal epithelial stem cells (IESCs) for investigating their differentiation in vitro. We proved that the quantity of Lgr5 positive IESCs was significantly increased in the small intestines of diabetic mice. IESCs sorted from the diabetic mice can differentiate into higher proportion of absorptive cells and Paneth cells in vitro.

Shlnc-EC6 regulates murine erythroid enucleation by Rac1-PIP5K pathway (pages 466-473)
Chenghai Wang, Xiaohui Wu, Feiyang Shen, Yaoyao Li, Yanqing Zhang and Duonan Yu
Article first published online: 22 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12225

Long non-coding RNA expression was examined in murine red cells. Enucleation of cultured mouse fetal erythroblasts requires Shlnc-EC6 and Rac1

Complex and dynamic expression of cadherins in the embryonic marmoset cerebral cortex (pages 474-483)
Eiji Matsunaga, Sanae Nambu, Mariko Oka and Atsushi Iriki
Article first published online: 17 JUN 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/dgd.12228

Schematic representation of expression pattern of cadherins in the developing cortical plate of embryonic marmosets. Each cadherin shows a differential expression spatially and temporally.

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