Jaume Baguna
Jaume Baguna
Dpt Genčtica, Universitat Barcelona
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Assessing the root of bilaterian animals with scalable phylogenomic methods
A Hejnol, M Obst, A Stamatakis, M Ott, GW Rouse, GD Edgecombe, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1677), 4261-4270, 2009
First molecular evidence for the existence of a Tardigrada+ Arthropoda clade.
G Giribet, S Carranza, J Baguņā, M Riutort, C Ribera
Molecular biology and evolution 13 (1), 76-84, 1996
Acoel flatworms: earliest extant bilaterian metazoans, not members of Platyhelminthes
I Ruiz-Trillo, M Riutort, DTJ Littlewood, EA Herniou, J Baguna
Science 283 (5409), 1919-1923, 1999
Regeneration and pattern formation in planarians. III. that neoblasts are totipotent stem cells and the cells
J Baguna, E Saló, C Auladell
Development 107 (1), 77-86, 1989
Quantitative analysis of cell types during growth, degrowth and regeneration in the planarians Dugesia mediterranea and Dugesia tigrina
J Baguņā, R Romero
Hydrobiologia 84, 181-194, 1981
Are the Platyhelminthes a monophyletic primitive group? An assessment using 18S rDNA sequences.
S Carranza, J Baguna, M Riutort
Molecular Biology and Evolution 14 (5), 485-497, 1997
A phylogenetic analysis of myosin heavy chain type II sequences corroborates that Acoela and Nemertodermatida are basal bilaterians
I Ruiz-Trillo, J Paps, M Loukota, C Ribera, U Jondelius, J Baguņā, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (17), 11246-11251, 2002
Regeneration and pattern formation in planarians. I. The pattern of mitosis in anterior and pposterior regeneration in Dugesia(G)tigrina, and a new proposal for blastema formation
E Saló, J Baguņā
Development 83 (1), 63-80, 1984
JNK signaling pathway required for wound healing in regenerating Drosophila wing imaginal discs
M Bosch, F Serras, E Martín-Blanco, J Baguņā
Developmental biology 280 (1), 73-86, 2005
The planarian neoblast: the rambling history of its origin and some current black boxes
J Baguņā
The International journal of developmental biology 56 (1-2-3), 19-37, 2012
The Nemertodermatida are basal bilaterians and not members of the Platyhelminthes
U Jondelius, I Ruiz‐Trillo, J Baguņā, M Riutort
Zoologica Scripta 31 (2), 201-215, 2002
Regeneration in planarians and other worms: new findings, new tools, and new perspectives
E Saló, J Baguņā
Journal of Experimental Zoology 292 (6), 528-539, 2002
The dawn of bilaterian animals: the case of acoelomorph flatworms
J Baguņā, M Riutort
Bioessays 26 (10), 1046-1057, 2004
Spatial distribution and differentiation potential of stem cells in hatchlings and adults in the marine platyhelminth Macrostomum sp.: a bromodeoxyuridine analysis
P Ladurner, R Rieger, J Baguņā
Developmental biology 226 (2), 231-241, 2000
Lophotrochozoa internal phylogeny: new insights from an up-to-date analysis of nuclear ribosomal genes
J Paps, J Baguna, M Riutort
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1660), 1245-1254, 2009
Mitosis in the intact and regenerating planarian Dugesia mediterranea n.sp. I. Mitotic studies during growth, feeding and starvation
J Baguņā
Journal of Experimental Zoology 195 (1), 53-64, 1976
Acoel flatworms are not platyhelminthes: evidence from phylogenomics
H Philippe, H Brinkmann, P Martinez, M Riutort, J Baguna
PloS one 2 (8), e717, 2007
Planarian neoblasts
J Baguņā, JMW Slack
Nature 290 (5801), 14-15, 1981
Molecular phylogeny of the Platyhelminthes
J Baguņā, M Riutort
Canadian Journal of Zoology 82 (2), 168-193, 2004
Expression of the 22 nucleotide let‐7 heterochronic RNA throughout the Metazoa: a role in life history evolution?
AE Pasquinelli, A McCoy, E Jiménez, E Salo, G Ruvkun, MQ Martindale, ...
Evolution & development 5 (4), 372-378, 2003
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