Cell & Developmental Biology

Cell & Developmental Biology
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Cell & Developmental Biology [26 Articles]

The articles published in Cell & Developmental Biology have been cited 26 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Cell & Developmental Biology.

Ahmed, A. M., Elshraway, N. T., & Youssef, A. I. (2015). Survey on Sarcocystis in bovine carcasses slaughtered at the municipal abattoir of El-Kharga, Egypt.

Lu, D. Y., Lu, T. R., Lu, Y., Sastry, N., & Wu, H. Y. (2016). Discover Natural Chemical Drugs in Modern Medicines. Metabolomics (Los Angel), 6(181), 2153-0769.

Lu, D. Y., Lu, T. R., Xu, B., Qi, R. X., S Yarla, N., Zhou, X. D., & Ding, J. (2016). Cancer Metastasis, a Clinical Dilemma for Therapeutics. Current Drug Therapy, 11(2), 163-169.

Padhy, J., & Lakshmi, K. A. Research and Reviews: Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry.

El-Bahr, M. K., EL-Hamid, A. A., Matter, M. A., Shaltout, A., Bekheet, S. A., & El-Ashry, A. A. (2016). In vitro conservation of embryogenic cultures of date palm using osmotic mediated growth agents. Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, 14(2), 363-370.

Mazri, M. A., Meziani, R., El Fadile, J., & Ezzinbi, A. E. (2016). Optimization of medium composition for in vitro shoot proliferation and growth of date palm cv. Mejhoul. 3 Biotech, 6(1), 1-11.

Hemmat, A. I., & Hany, A. M. (2016). Photosynthesis Components in Vitro and Ex vitro Date Palm.

Meziani, R., Jaiti, F., Mazri, M. A., Hassani, A., Salem, S. B., Anjarne, M., ... & Alem, C. (2016). Organogenesis of Phoenix dactylifera L. cv. Mejhoul: Influences of natural and synthetic compounds on tissue browning, and analysis of protein concentrations and peroxidase activity in explants. Scientia Horticulturae, 204, 145-152.

Sharma, R., & Harish, R. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medical and Health Sciences. month, 4, 3.

Singh, A. A., Afrin, S., & Karim, Z. (2017). Green Composites: Versatile Material for Future. In Green Biocomposites (pp. 29-44). Springer International Publishing.

Kavitha, M. (2016). Cancer Prevention by a Healthy Diet and a Lifestyle Fashion. International Journal, 5.

Qadir, M. I., Naqvi, S. T. Q., & Muhammad, S. A. (2016). Curcumin: A polyphenol with molecular targets for cancer control. Asian Pac. J. Cancer Prev, 17(6), 2735-2739.

Tanaka, T., Ochi, H., Takahashi, S., Ueno, N., & Taira, M. (2016). Genes coding for cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors are fragile in Xenopus. Developmental Biology.

Mazzei, L., & Manucha, W. (2016). Growing evidence suggests WT1 effects in the kidney development are modulated by Hsp70/NO interaction. Journal of nephrology, 1-8.

Zhang, R., Knapp, M., Suzuki, K., Kajioka, D., Schmidt, J. M., Winkler, J., ... & Barker, G. (2017). ISL1 is a major susceptibility gene for classic bladder exstrophy and a regulator of urinary tract development. Scientific Reports, 7.

Naylor, R. W., Dodd, R. C., & Davidson, A. J. (2016). Caudal migration and proliferation of renal progenitors regulates early nephron segment size in zebrafish. Scientific reports, 6.

Poureetezadi, S. J., Cheng, C. N., Chambers, J. M., Drummond, B. E., & Wingert, R. A. (2016). Prostaglandin signaling regulates nephron segment patterning of renal progenitors during zebrafish kidney development. eLife, 5, e17551.

Ott, E., Wendik, B., Srivastava, M., Pacho, F., Töchterle, S., Salvenmoser, W., & Meyer, D. (2016). Pronephric tubule morphogenesis in zebrafish depends on Mnx mediated repression of irx1b within the intermediate mesoderm. Developmental biology, 411(1), 101-114

Drummond, B. E., Li, Y., Marra, A. N., Cheng, C. N., & Wingert, R. A. (2017). The tbx2a/b transcription factors direct pronephros segmentation and corpuscle of Stannius formation in zebrafish. Developmental Biology, 421(1), 52-66.

Marra, A. N., Li, Y., & Wingert, R. A. (2016). Antennas of organ morphogenesis: the roles of cilia in vertebrate kidney development. genesis, 54(9), 457-469.

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