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Why the developing gut does the twist

Comparison of normal (left) and mutant (right) gut configurations in mouse embryo

A normal mouse embryo (left) has guts with a different configuration than those of an embyro (right) lacking an enzyme that modifies the molecule hyularonan. Credit: A. Sivakumar et al./Dev. Cell

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Nature 561, 8 (2018)




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