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Pearson, BretPerson Why?
(Neo)blast from the past: new insights into planarian stem cell lineages.Academic Article Why?
A planarian p53 homolog regulates proliferation and self-renewal in adult stem cell lineages.Academic Article Why?
Myths vs. FACS: what do we know about planarian stem cell lineages?Academic Article Why?
Planarian PTEN homologs regulate stem cells and regeneration through TOR signaling.Academic Article Why?
Smed-myb-1 Specifies Early Temporal Identity during Planarian Epidermal Differentiation.Academic Article Why?
In silico lineage tracing through single cell transcriptomics identifies a neural stem cell population in planarians.Academic Article Why?
The Retinoblastoma pathway regulates stem cell proliferation in freshwater planarians.Academic Article Why?
Formaldehyde-based whole-mount in situ hybridization method for planarians.Academic Article Why?
FOX and ETS family transcription factors regulate the pigment cell lineage in planarians.Academic Article Why?
Light-induced depigmentation in planarians models the pathophysiology of acute porphyrias.Academic Article Why?
Nervous system development and regeneration in freshwater planarians.Academic Article Why?
SoxB1 Activity Regulates Sensory Neuron Regeneration, Maintenance, and Function in Planarians.Academic Article Why?
TORC1 is required to balance cell proliferation and cell death in planarians.Academic Article Why?
A mex3 homolog is required for differentiation during planarian stem cell lineage development.Academic Article Why?
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