Isaac Salazar Ciudad
Isaac Salazar Ciudad
Biotechnology Institute, University of Helsinki
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Continuous tooth generation in mouse is induced by activated epithelial Wnt/β-catenin signaling
E Järvinen, I Salazar-Ciudad, W Birchmeier, MM Taketo, J Jernvall, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (49), 18627-18632, 2006
A gene network model accounting for development and evolution of mammalian teeth
I Salazar-Ciudad, J Jernvall
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (12), 8116-8120, 2002
A computational model of teeth and the developmental origins of morphological variation
I Salazar-Ciudad, J Jernvall
Nature 464 (7288), 583, 2010
Mechanisms of pattern formation in development and evolution
I Salazar-Ciudad, J Jernvall, SA Newman
Development 130 (10), 2027-2037, 2003
Gene networks capable of pattern formation: from induction to reaction–diffusion
Journal of theoretical biology 205 (4), 587-603, 2000
Phenotypic and dynamical transitions in model genetic networks I. Emergence of patterns and genotype‐phenotype relationships
I Salazar‐Ciudad, SA Newman, RV Solé
Evolution & development 3 (2), 84-94, 2001
Replaying evolutionary transitions from the dental fossil record
E Harjunmaa, K Seidel, T Häkkinen, E Renvoisé, IJ Corfe, A Kallonen, ...
Nature 512 (7512), 44, 2014
How different types of pattern formation mechanisms affect the evolution of form and development
I Salazar‐ciudad, J Jernvall
Evolution & development 6 (1), 6-16, 2004
Phenotypic and dynamical transitions in model genetic networks II. Application to the evolution of segmentation mechanisms
I Salazar‐Ciudad, RV Solé, SA Newman
Evolution & development 3 (2), 95-103, 2001
Adaptive dynamics under development-based genotype–phenotype maps
I Salazar-Ciudad, M Marín-Riera
Nature 497 (7449), 361, 2013
Patterned anchorage to the apical extracellular matrix defines tissue shape in the developing appendages of Drosophila
RP Ray, A Matamoro-Vidal, PS Ribeiro, N Tapon, D Houle, ...
Developmental cell 34 (3), 310-322, 2015
The origin and loss of periodic patterning in the turtle shell
JE Moustakas-Verho, R Zimm, J Cebra-Thomas, NK Lempiäinen, ...
Development 141 (15), 3033-3039, 2014
Developmental constraints vs. variational properties: how pattern formation can help to understand evolution and development
I Salazar‐Ciudad
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2006
Making quantitative morphological variation from basic developmental processes: Where are we? The case of the Drosophila wing
A Matamoro‐Vidal, I Salazar‐Ciudad, D Houle
Developmental Dynamics 244 (9), 1058-1073, 2015
Common pattern formation, modularity and phase transitions in a gene network model of morphogenesis
RV Solé, I Salazar-Ciudad, J Garcia-Fernández
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 305 (3-4), 640-654, 2002
On the origins of morphological disparity and its diverse developmental bases
I Salazar‐Ciudad
BioEssays 28 (11), 1112-1122, 2006
Graduality and innovation in the evolution of complex phenotypes: insights from development
I Salazar‐Ciudad, J Jernvall
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2005
Computational modeling of development by epithelia, mesenchyme and their interactions: a unified model
M Marin-Riera, M Brun-Usan, R Zimm, T Välikangas, I Salazar-Ciudad
Bioinformatics, btv527, 2015
Morphological evolution and embryonic developmental diversity in metazoa.
I Salazar-Ciudad
Development (Cambridge, England) 137 (4), 531, 2010
Tooth morphogenesis in vivo, in vitro, and in silico
I Salazar-Ciudad
Current topics in developmental biology 81, 341-371, 2008
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