Identification Of Dragon, A Novel Member Of The Sma/Mab Tgf Beta Signaling Pathway In Caenorhabditis Elegans

@inproceedings{Sen2009IdentificationOD,
  title={Identification Of Dragon, A Novel Member Of The Sma/Mab Tgf Beta Signaling Pathway In Caenorhabditis Elegans},
  author={Debjeet Sen},
  year={2009}
}
The C. elegans postembryonic lineage, the M lineage, gives rise to mesodermal cell types: body wall muscles, sex muscles and coelomocytes. Past research in the Liu lab has shown that SMA-9, the C. elegans homolog of Drosophila Schnurri, is required for establishing dorsoventral asymmetry in the M lineage, and that it does so by antagonizing the Sma/Mab TGF-β signaling pathway. To identify additional factors involved in regulating dorsoventral asymmetry, our lab has screened for mutations that… CONTINUE READING

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