Deconstructing the complexity of regulating common properties in different cell types: lessons from the delilah gene.

@article{Nachman2015DeconstructingTC,
  title={Deconstructing the complexity of regulating common properties in different cell types: lessons from the delilah gene.},
  author={Atalya Nachman and Naomi Halachmi and Nira Matia and Doron Manzur and Adi Salzberg},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={403 2},
  pages={180-91}
}
To understand development we need to understand how transcriptional regulatory mechanisms are employed to confer different cell types with their unique properties. Nonetheless it is also critical to understand how such mechanisms are used to confer different cell types with common cellular properties, such as the ability to adhere to the extracellular matrix. To decode how adhesion is regulated in cells stemming from different pedigrees we analyzed the regulatory region that drives the… CONTINUE READING
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