Genetic and systems level analysis of Drosophila sticky/citron kinase and dFmr1 mutants reveals common regulation of genetic networks

Abstract

In Drosophila, the genes sticky and dFmr1 have both been shown to regulate cytoskeletal dynamics and chromatin structure. These genes also genetically interact with Argonaute family microRNA regulators. Furthermore, in mammalian systems, both genes have been implicated in neuronal development. Given these genetic and functional similarities, we tested… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1752-0509-2-101

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@article{Bauer2008GeneticAS, title={Genetic and systems level analysis of Drosophila sticky/citron kinase and dFmr1 mutants reveals common regulation of genetic networks}, author={Christopher R. Bauer and Andrew M. Epstein and Sarah J. Sweeney and Daniela C. Zarnescu and Giovanni Bosco}, journal={BMC Systems Biology}, year={2008}, volume={2}, pages={101 - 101} }