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The Growth Regulators warts/lats and melted Interact in a Bistable Loop to Specify Opposite Fates in Drosophila R8 Photoreceptors
How to pattern an epithelium: lessons from achaete-scute regulation on the notum of Drosophila.
Correlation of metabolic information on FDG-PET with tissue expression of immune markers in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who are candidates for upfront surgery
The present study shows a direct association between metabolic parameters on FDG-PET with tissue expression of immune-checkpoints and disease-free survival (DFS) in resected NSCLC patients and finds a statistically significant correlation between SUVmax and SUVmean.
Mutual Exclusion of Sensory Bristles and Tendons on the Notum of Dipteran Flies
Gene duplication at the achaete-scute complex and morphological complexity of the peripheral nervous system in Diptera.
The Drosophila melanogaster lipase homologs: a gene family with tissue and developmental specific expression.
- D. Pistillo, A. Manzi, A. Tino, P. P. Boyl, F. Graziani, C. Malva
- BiologyJournal of molecular biology
- 13 March 1998
The molecular cloning of Drosophila genes encoding putative lipase homologs, Dm lip1, lip2 and lip3, the definition of their structure and the expression patterns during development, and the results reported here are discussed in relation to the evolution and functions of lipases within the between species.
Opposite Feedbacks in the Hippo Pathway for Growth Control and Neural Fate
The transcriptional output of the Hippo pathway in photoreceptor differentiation, as in cell proliferation, is mediated through the factors Yki and Scalloped, and illustrates how molecular signaling pathways can adopt context-specific regulation.
scute expression in Calliphora vicina reveals an ancestral pattern of longitudinal stripes on the thorax of higher Diptera.
It is found that sc in Calliphora is expressed in two longitudinal stripes on the medial scutum that prefigure the development of the rows of acrostichal and dorsocentral bristles, suggesting that a stripe-like expression pattern of sc may be an ancestral feature and may have preceded the evolution of proneural clusters of Drosophila.
NF-κB/Rel-Mediated Regulation of the Neural Fate in Drosophila
Genetic evidence suggests that the receptor Toll-8, Relish, Dif and Dorsal, and the caspase Dredd pathway are active over the entire imaginal disc epithelium, but Toll- 8 expression is excluded from sensory organ precursors.
Transcriptional heterochrony of scute and changes in bristle pattern between two closely related species of blowfly.
Sc expression is described in Phormia terranovae, a species belonging to the family Calliphoridae that is closely related to C. vicina and it is found that spatial regulation is almost identical between P. terranvae and C. Vicina, in spite of their different bristle patterns.