|Citation||Morris, J., Lehmann, R., Navarro, C. (2000). Development. PARallels in axis formation. Science 288(5472): 1759--1760. (Export to RIS)|
|PubMed Abstract||There is an intricate network of molecules called cell fate determinants that instruct the cells of the embryo to take on either an anterior or posterior fate. In a lively Perspective, Lehmann and her colleagues discuss new findings in the fruit fly that identify a key protein, PAR-1, which ensures that the cell fate determinants are themselves located in the correct region of the oocyte. In this way, the anterior-posterior axis is set up in the fruit fly egg before fertilization.|
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