Spiralian quartet developmental potential is regulated by specific localization elements that mediate asymmetric RNA segregation.

@article{Rabinowitz2010SpiralianQD,
  title={Spiralian quartet developmental potential is regulated by specific localization elements that mediate asymmetric RNA segregation.},
  author={Jeremy S Rabinowitz and Jared D. Lambert},
  journal={Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={137 23},
  pages={4039-49}
}
Spiralian embryos are found in a large group of invertebrate phyla but are largely uncharacterized at a molecular level. These embryos are thought to be particularly reliant on autonomous cues for patterning, and thus represent potentially useful models for understanding asymmetric cell division. The series of asymmetric divisions that produce the micromere quartets are particularly important for patterning because they subdivide the animal-vegetal axis into tiers of cells with different… CONTINUE READING

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