Patterning a spiralian embryo: a segregated RNA for a Tis11 ortholog is required in the 3a and 3b cells of the Ilyanassa embryo.

@article{Chan2011PatterningAS,
  title={Patterning a spiralian embryo: a segregated RNA for a Tis11 ortholog is required in the 3a and 3b cells of the Ilyanassa embryo.},
  author={Xin Yi Chan and Jared D. Lambert},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={349 1},
  pages={102-12}
}
Spiralian embryogenesis is found in a number of animal phyla, but the molecular mechanisms that pattern these embryos remain poorly understood. A hallmark of spiralian development is the production of tiers of cells, called quartets, that share distinct developmental potentials. Many RNAs have been discovered that are segregated into particular quartets, raising the possibility that such RNAs could be involved in establishing quartet-specific developmental potentials. In the spiralian embryo of… CONTINUE READING
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