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Volume 55, Number 1, 1 January 2013

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Electroporation: Past, present and future
pp. 15-19(5)
Authors: Nakamura, Harukazu; Funahashi, Junichi

Development, differentiation and manipulation of chicken germ cells
pp. 20-40(21)
Authors: Nakamura, Yoshiaki; Kagami, Hiroshi; Tagami, Takahiro

Pluripotent genes in avian stem cells
pp. 41-51(11)
Authors: Jean, Christian; Aubel, Pauline; Soleihavoup, Clément; Bouhallier, Frantz; Voisin, Sophie; Lavial, Fabrice; Pain, Bertrand

A little winning streak: The reptilian‐eye view of gastrulation in birds
pp. 52-59(8)
Authors: Bertocchini, Federica; Alev, Cantas; Nakaya, Yukiko; Sheng, Guojun

Development of cranial placodes: Insights from studies in chick
pp. 79-95(17)
Authors: Jidigam, Vijay K.; Gunhaga, Lena

Patterning and cell fate in the inner ear: a case for Notch in the chicken embryo
pp. 96-112(17)
Authors: Neves, Joana; Abelló, Gina; Petrovic, Jelena; Giraldez, Fernando

How is digit identity determined during limb development?
pp. 130-138(9)
Author: Suzuki, Takayuki

Feather regeneration as a model for organogenesis
pp. 139-148(10)
Authors: Lin, Sung‐Jan; Wideliz, Randall B.; Yue, Zhicao; Li, Ang; Wu, Xiaoshan; Jiang, Ting‐Xin; Wu, Ping; Chuong, Cheng‐Ming

Apicobasal polarity and neural tube closure
pp. 164-172(9)
Authors: Eom, Dae Seok; Amarnath, Smita; Agarwala, Seema

Magnetoreception and baroreception in birds
pp. 188-197(10)
Author: O'Neill, Paul

Neural basis of imprinting behavior in chicks
pp. 198-206(9)
Authors: Nakamori, Tomoharu; Maekawa, Fumihiko; Sato, Katsushige; Tanaka, Kohichi; Ohki‐Hamazaki, Hiroko

Transgenic chickens
pp. 207-216(10)
Authors: Nishijima, Ken‐ichi; Iijima, Shinji

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