Multifactorial regulation of a hox target gene.
Stöbe, Petra; Stein, M A Sokrates; Stein, Sokrates M A; Habring-Müller, Anette; Bezdan, Daniela; Fuchs, Aurelia L; Hueber, Stefanie D; Wu, Haijia; Lohmann, Ingrid.
; 5(3): e1000412, 2009 Mar.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19282966
The cis-regulatory code of Hox function in Drosophila.
The Hox proteins Ubx and AbdA collaborate with the transcription pausing factor M1BP to regulate gene transcription.
The Drosophila Hox gene Ultrabithorax acts in both muscles and motoneurons to orchestrate formation of specific neuromuscular connections.
Ubx dynamically regulates Dpp signaling by repressing Dad expression during copper cell regeneration in the adult Drosophila midgut.
A quantitative validated model reveals two phases of transcriptional regulation for the gap gene giant in Drosophila.
A novel function for the Hox gene Abd-B in the male accessory gland regulates the long-term female post-mating response in Drosophila.
The zinc finger homeodomain-2 gene of Drosophila controls Notch targets and regulates apoptosis in the tarsal segments.
The Spalt Transcription Factors Generate the Transcriptional Landscape of the Drosophila melanogaster Wing Pouch Central Region.
Regulation of organ development by the NKX-homeodomain factors: an NKX code.
A Hh-driven gene network controls specification, pattern and size of the Drosophila simple eyes.