scalloped and strawberry notch are target genes of Notch signaling in the context of wing margin formation in Drosophila

  title={scalloped and strawberry notch are target genes of Notch signaling in the context of wing margin formation in Drosophila},
  author={A. C. Nagel and I. Wech and A. Preiss},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  • A. C. Nagel, I. Wech, A. Preiss
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Mechanisms of Development
  • The Notch pathway regulates the differentiation of many cell types throughout development of higher metazoa. Different cellular responses are elicited through specific activation of distinct Notch target genes. In the Drosophila wing, for example, the cut gene is activated by Notch signaling along the dorso-ventral boundary but, as we show here, not in other cell types. We identify additional regulatory components, scalloped and strawberry notch, that are targets of the Notch pathway… CONTINUE READING

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