2 article(s) from Ladurner, Peter
External morphology of the sea star Asterina gibbosa and of its tube feet. (A) Image of a living ad...
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Fine structure of the tube feet of Asterina gibbosa observed in light microscopy (A,B) and TEM (C–H...
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Ultrastructure of the tube foot adhesive epidermis of Asterina gibbosa observed in light microscopy...
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Scanning electron microscopy of footprints in Asterina gibbosa. (A) Overview of a complete footprin...
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Topography of the footprints in A. gibbosa shown with 3D confocal interference microscopy (A) and A...
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Lectin labelling of tube foot sections in Asterina gibbosa with (A1,A2) Con A, (B1,B2) Jacalin, (C1...
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Structure of the footprints of Asterina gibbosa (light microscopy). (A1,A2) Cristal violet staining...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 2071–2086, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.196
Flowchart showing the transcriptome as a central element to be searched by data generated from vari...
Next generation sequencing (NGS) is a massive sequencing technology, which enables hundreds of giga...
Generation of a differential transcriptome for obtaining a collection of candidate transcript enric...
Principle of in situ hybridization. (1) Schematic organism with unstained adhesive organs. (2) The ...
Functional analyses of an adhesion-related gene by RNAi. After the application of dsRNA the mRNA ge...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 983–993, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.112
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