Mechanisms of Development is an international journal whose purpose it is to communicate contemporary studies in developmental biology with special emphasis on the characterization of molecular mechanisms underlying development processes in either vertebrates, invertebrates or plants. Areas of particular interest include embryogenesis, pattern formation, cell determination and differentiation, specification of tissue type, targetted disruptions of developmental control genes, the roles of transcription factor in development, regulatory hierarchies of gene expression, cell-cell communication and signal transduction in development, as well as post-transcriptional controls of developmental processes such as regulated splicing and protein modification.
Holdings: Vol. 33, no. 1 (Dec. 1990)--present
Related titles: Continues: Cell differentiation and development
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