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Karl Eugen Julius Wirtz grad student 1953 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in Göttingen (Physics Tree)
 (Ultrarotuntersuchungen an der Amidgruppe.)
Irwin W. Sizer post-doc 1953-1954 MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Hans Friedrich-Freksa research scientist 1954-1958 Max-Planck-Institut für Virusforschung, Tübingen (DevTree)
Max Delbrück research scientist 1958-1959 Caltech (FlyTree)
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Gierer A. (2012) The Hydra model - a model for what? The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 56: 437-45
Gierer A. (2004) Human brain evolution, theories of innovation, and lessons from the history of technology. Journal of Biosciences. 29: 235-44
Meinhardt H, Gierer A. (2000) Pattern formation by local self-activation and lateral inhibition. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 22: 753-60
Vollmer G, Layer PG, Gierer A. (1984) Reaggregation of embryonic chick retina cells: pigment epithelial cells induce a high order of stratification. Neuroscience Letters. 48: 191-6
Dütting D, Gierer A, Hansmann G. (1983) Self-renewal of stem cells and differentiation of nerve cells in the developing chick retina. Brain Research. 312: 21-32
Rathjen FG, Gierer A. (1981) Cholera-toxin binding to cells of developing chick retina analyzed by fluorescence-activated cell sorting. Brain Research. 227: 539-49
Gierer A. (1981) Generation of biological patterns and form: some physical, mathematical, and logical aspects. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. 37: 1-47
Gierer A. (1981) [Physics of biological pattern formation]. Die Naturwissenschaften. 68: 245-51
Rathjen FG, Holcombe B, Gierer A. (1981) Separation of cell subpopulations from embryonic chick neural retina with fluorescence-activated cell sorting. Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods. 4: 191-207
Gierer A. (1977) Biological features and physical concepts of pattern formation exemplified by hydra. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 11: 17-59
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