Corpus ID: 44333746

A dual requirement for neurogenic genes in Drosophila myogenesis.

@article{Bate1993ADR,
  title={A dual requirement for neurogenic genes in Drosophila myogenesis.},
  author={Michael E. Bate and Emma Rushton and Manfred Frasch},
  journal={Development (Cambridge, England). Supplement},
  year={1993},
  pages={
          149-61
        }
}
  • Michael E. Bate, Emma Rushton, Manfred Frasch
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    Development (Cambridge…
    1993
  • Medicine
  • In wild-type embryos of Drosophila melanogaster, the formation of differentiated larval muscles is preceded by the segregation of small numbers of progenitor or founder cells in the embryonic mesoderm. The founder cells, characterised by the expression of genes encoding putative transcription factors such as S59 or vestigial, fuse with neighbouring myoblasts to form syncytial precursors of individual muscles. Founder cell segregation is deranged in embryos mutant for any of the neurogenic genes… CONTINUE READING

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