no tail integrates two modes of mesoderm induction.

  title={no tail integrates two modes of mesoderm induction.},
  author={Steven A. Harvey and Stefan T{\"u}mpel and Julien Dubrulle and Alexander F Schier and James C Smith},
  volume={137 7},
During early zebrafish development the nodal signalling pathway patterns the embryo into three germ layers, in part by inducing the expression of no tail (ntl), which is essential for correct mesoderm formation. When nodal signalling is inhibited ntl fails to be expressed in the dorsal margin, but ventral ntl expression is unaffected. These observations indicate that ntl transcription is under both nodal-dependent and nodal-independent regulation. Consistent with these observations and with a… CONTINUE READING
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