Mariana Simoes
Mariana Simoes
Max-Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine. Berlin, Germany.
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Differentiated skeletal cells contribute to blastema formation during zebrafish fin regeneration
S Sousa, N Afonso, A Bensimon-Brito, M Fonseca, M Simões, J Leon, ...
Development 138 (18), 3897-3905, 2011
Denervation impairs regeneration of amputated zebrafish fins
MG Simões, A Bensimon-Brito, M Fonseca, A Farinho, F Valério, S Sousa, ...
BMC developmental biology 14 (1), 49, 2014
Birth date predicts alternative life‐history pathways in a fish with sequential reproductive tactics
T Fagundes, MG Simões, JL Saraiva, AFH Ros, D Gonçalves, RF Oliveira
Functional ecology 29 (12), 1533-1542, 2015
Social cues in the expression of sequential alternative reproductive tactics in young males of the peacock blenny, Salaria pavo
T Fagundes, MG Simões, D Gonçalves, RF Oliveira
Physiology & behavior 107 (3), 283-291, 2012
Plasticity in reproductive behaviour in two populations of the peacock blenny
JL Saraiva, DM Gonçalves, MG Simões, RF Oliveira
Behaviour, 1457-1472, 2011
Morphine alleviates pain after heart cryoinjury in zebrafish without impeding regeneration
S Lelek, M Simoes, B Hu, AMA Alameldeen, MT Czajkowski, AM Meyer, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Zebrafish fin regeneration: what has nerve got to do with it?
MG Simões
Faculty of Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal, 2013
19-P026 Zebrafish as a model to study the role of nerves in regenerating appendages’
M Simões, A Jacinto
Mechanisms of Development, S298-S299, 2009
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