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A gene expression atlas of a bicoid-depleted Drosophila embryo reveals early canalization of cell fate

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Max V StallerAngela H DePace

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In developing embryos, gene regulatory networks canalize cells towards discrete terminal fates. We studied the behavior of the anterior-posterior segmentation network in Drosophila melanogaster embryos depleted of a key maternal input, bicoid (bcd), by building a cellular-resolution gen...read more

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Embryo
Regulation of Cell-cell Adhesion
Biologic Segmentation
Patterns
Cell Fate
Normal Cell
Genes
ded
Entire Embryo
Bicoid protein, Drosophila
5
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A gene expression atlas of a bicoid-depleted Drosophila embryo reveals early canalization of cell fate

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Max V StallerAngela H DePace

PMID: 990004788

DOI: 10.1101/004788

Abstract

In developing embryos, gene regulatory networks canalize cells towards discrete terminal fates. We studied the behavior of the anterior-posterior segmentation network in Drosophila melanogaster embryos depleted of a key maternal input, bicoid (bcd), by building a cellular-resolution gen...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Embryo
Regulation of Cell-cell Adhesion
Biologic Segmentation
Patterns
Cell Fate
Normal Cell
Genes
ded
Entire Embryo
Bicoid protein, Drosophila
5

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