hairy gene function in the Drosophila eye: normal expression is dispensable but ectopic expression alters cell fates.

@article{Brown1991hairyGF,
  title={hairy gene function in the Drosophila eye: normal expression is dispensable but ectopic expression alters cell fates.},
  author={Nadean L Brown and Carol A. Sattler and Donald R. Markey and Sean B. Carroll},
  journal={Development},
  year={1991},
  volume={113 4},
  pages={1245-56}
}
The regulatory gene hairy is expressed and required during early embryogenesis to control segmentation gene expression properly and during larval and pupal development to control the pattern of certain adult sensory structures. We have found the hairy protein to be expressed transiently during two stages of eye imaginal disc development, including all cells immediately anterior to the morphogenetic furrow that traverses the developing eye disc, and again in the presumptive R7 photoreceptor… CONTINUE READING

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