A new study reveals how the amygdala is involved in controlling predatory behavior in mice.
October 1, 2001|
Blood vessels are an essential, but largely passive infrastructure for organ development, supplying metabolic provisions to the dividing cells. But, in September 28 on line Science, Eckhard Lammert and colleagues from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard University, show that during pancreatic organogenesis blood vessels not only provide metabolic provisions but also offer inductive signals for organ development.Lammert et al. performed cell culture experiments with embryonic mouse tissue an