Muscle structure and innervation are affected by loss of Dorsal in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster.

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In Drosophila, the Rel-protein Dorsal and its inhibitor, Cactus, act in signal transduction pathways that control the establishment of dorsoventral polarity during embryogenesis and the immune response during postembryonic life. Here we present data indicating that Dorsal is also involved in the control of development and maintenance of innervation in… (More)

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@article{Cantera1999MuscleSA, title={Muscle structure and innervation are affected by loss of Dorsal in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster.}, author={Rodrigo G Cantera and Tatiana V Kozlova and Carolina V Barillas-Mury and F. C. Kafatos}, journal={Molecular and cellular neurosciences}, year={1999}, volume={13 2}, pages={131-41} }