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A unique Extradenticle recruitment mode in the Drosophila Hox protein Ultrabithorax
Hox transcription factors are essential for shaping body morphology in development and evolution. The control of Hox protein activity in part arises from interaction with the PBC class of partners,Expand
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Selection of distinct Hox–Extradenticle interaction modes fine-tunes Hox protein activity
Hox genes encode transcription factors widely used for diversifying animal body plans in development and evolution. To achieve functional specificity, Hox proteins associate with PBC class proteins,Expand
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Distinct Molecular Strategies for Hox-Mediated Limb Suppression in Drosophila: From Cooperativity to Dispensability/Antagonism in TALE Partnership
The emergence following gene duplication of a large repertoire of Hox paralogue proteins underlies the importance taken by Hox proteins in controlling animal body plans in development and evolution.Expand
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Identification of a novel target of D/V signaling in Drosophila wing disc: Wg-independent function of the organizer.
Growth and patterning during Drosophila wing development are mediated by signaling from its dorso-ventral (D/V) organizer. Wingless is expressed in the D/V boundary and functions as a morphogen toExpand
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Study of Prevalence of Community Acquired Mycoplasma pneumoniae Infections at KIMS Hospital, Hubballi, India
The atypical respiratory bacterial pathogens Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Chlamydia pneumoniae and Legionella pneumophila are now recognised as a significant cause of acute respiratory-tract infections,Expand
Distinct genetic requirements for BX‐C‐mediated specification of abdominal denticles
Background: Hox genes encode transcription factors playing important role in segment specific morphogenesis along the anterior posterior axis. Most work in the Hox field aimed at understanding theExpand
A Study on Prevalence of Brucellosis in veterinarians and slaughter house workers in north Karnataka region, India
Brucellosis is a zoonosis caused by the bacteria belonging to the genus Brucella. 1 Currently there are six recognized species of Brucellaebased on phenotypic characteristics, antigenic variationsExpand