Photoreceptor morphogenesis and retinal degeneration: lessons from Drosophila.


Cells exhibit an amazingly wide range of different forms, and in most cases the shape of a cell is crucial for performing its specific function(s). But how does a cell obtain its particular shape during development, how can the shape be adapted to different environmental conditions, and what are the consequences if morphogenesis is impaired? An ideal cell… (More)


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