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“…The development of new molecular tools in a handful of hydrozoan and anthozoan species has already provided new insights into several long-standing evolutionary and developmental questions (Houliston et al, 2010; Technau and Steele, 2011; Galliot, 2012; Nebel and Bosch, 2012; Plickert et al, 2012; Sinigaglia et al, 2013; Layden et al, 2016; Rentzsch and Technau, 2016). Those tools, in combination with “omics” and functional genomics approaches (Momose and Houliston, 2007; Rentzsch et al, 2008; Amiel et al, 2009; Chera et al, 2009; Genikhovich and Technau, 2009; Boehm et al, 2012; Röttinger et al, 2012; Layden et al, 2013; Lapébie et al, 2014; Bradshaw et al, 2015) as well as with the recently developed techniques for genome editing (Ikmi et al, 2014) are now opening new opportunities to functionally and thoroughly address the developmental and regenerative program of cnidarian muscles systems, but also the role(s) that epitheliomuscular cells, muscle fibers and muscle contraction can play on the regeneration process.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The development of new molecular tools in a handful of hydrozoan and anthozoan species has already provided new insights into several long-standing evolutionary and developmental questions (Houliston et al, 2010; Technau and Steele, 2011; Galliot, 2012; Nebel and Bosch, 2012; Plickert et al, 2012; Sinigaglia et al, 2013; Layden et al, 2016; Rentzsch and Technau, 2016). Those tools, in combination with “omics” and functional genomics approaches (Momose and Houliston, 2007; Rentzsch et al, 2008; Amiel et al, 2009; Chera et al, 2009; Genikhovich and Technau, 2009; Boehm et al, 2012; Röttinger et al, 2012; Layden et al, 2013; Lapébie et al, 2014; Bradshaw et al, 2015) as well as with the recently developed techniques for genome editing (Ikmi et al, 2014) are now opening new opportunities to functionally and thoroughly address the developmental and regenerative program of cnidarian muscles systems, but also the role(s) that epitheliomuscular cells, muscle fibers and muscle contraction can play on the regeneration process.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a result of this work, and because Hydra belongs to the basal animal phylum Cnidaria, studies on Hydra have contributed significantly to our understanding of the origin and evolution of developmental genes and pathways, the evolution of the immune system and the concept of the metaorganisms or holobiont (Bosch, 2013(Bosch, , 2014David, 2012;Franzenburg et al, 2013;Fujisawa and Hayakawa, 2012;Galliot, 2012;Grimmelikhuijzen and Hauser, 2012;Holstein, 2012;Khalturin et al, 2009;Lasi et al, 2010;Meinhardt, 2012;Nebel and Bosch, 2012;Shimizu, 2012;Steele et al, 2011;Tanaka and Reddien, 2011;Technau and Steele, 2011;Watanabe et al, 2009). One of the most important tools for identifying relevant genes is the genome of Hydra magnipapillata (Chapman et al, 2010) and the ever-increasing transcriptome datasets of other Hydra and cnidarian species (http:// www.compagen.org).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Environmental cues, e.g., temperature decrease (59) or starvation (17), induce the formation of gametes from germ line precursors. The asexual mode of reproduction by budding, which requires tissue consisting of stem cells with continuous self-renewal capacity, is also the reason behind Hydra's remarkable immortality (6,61,71).…”
Section: Hydra As a Model Hostmentioning
confidence: 99%