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  • Cellular control mechanisms and organ formation

    1We had not yet discussed in this section an article that brings up the inherent complexity of the phenomena of embryonic development. By definition, these processes and the formation of organs in many different and specialized cell groups involve the establishment of mechanisms from the linearity of DNA are able to construct a complex three dimensional arrangement in space and time.

    Such work represents a milestone in understanding basic biological processes, in many cases shared by the vast majority of living beings, and thus are the true touchstones in the evolution of complex multicellular organisms.

    The group of Jordi Casanova, CSIC Research Professor and member of the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB), Barcelona, develops in the article that we took a training model of the insect tracheal tubes. Casanova, a disciple of Ginés Morata and member of the European Molecular Biology Organization, connects his most recent research in the field of morphogenesis in other disciplines also on the rise for its overall vision, the so-called Evo-Devo, and classical works Pere Alberch and Garcia Bellido in developmental biology.

    Published on December 21, 2012 · Filed under: Bioscience; Tagged as: , , , ,
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