The Notch proteins


What are their known functions? They are best known for their role in ‘lateral inhibition’ in the developing fruitfly nervous system and in ‘lateral specification’ of several tissues in C. elegans. To put it simply, cells in a developing tissue communicate with one another through Notch receptors and their ligands. Those that receive a Notch signal assume… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0960-9822(99)80076-1


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@article{Nye1999TheNP, title={The Notch proteins}, author={Jeffrey S. Nye}, journal={Current Biology}, year={1999}, volume={9} }