Slingshot cofilin phosphatase localization is regulated by Receptor Tyrosine Kinases and regulates cytoskeletal structure in the developing Drosophila eye

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Animal development requires that positional information act on the genome to control cell fate and cell shape. The primary determinant of animal cell shape is the cytoskeleton and thus the mechanisms by which extracellular signals influence the cytoskeleton are crucial for morphogenesis. In the developing Drosophila compound eye, localized polymerization of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.mod.2005.07.002

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@article{Rogers2005SlingshotCP, title={Slingshot cofilin phosphatase localization is regulated by Receptor Tyrosine Kinases and regulates cytoskeletal structure in the developing Drosophila eye}, author={E. M. Rogers and Frank Hsiung and Aloma B. Rodrigues and Kevin A Moses}, journal={Mechanisms of Development}, year={2005}, volume={122}, pages={1194-1205} }