Vestigial-dependent induction contributes to robust patterning but is not essential for wing-fate recruitment in Drosophila

pubmed: wnt1 2023-06-01


Cell recruitment is a process by which a differentiated cell induces neighboring cells to adopt its same cell fate. In Drosophila, cells expressing the protein encoded by the wing selector gene, vestigial (vg), drive a feed-forward recruitment signal that expands the Vg pattern as a wave front. However, previous studies on Vg pattern formation do not reveal these dynamics. Here, we use live imaging to show that multiple cells at the periphery of the wing disc simultaneously activate a...


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Marycruz Flores-Flores, Luis Manuel Muñoz-Nava, Rafael Rodríguez-Muñoz, Jeremiah Zartman, Marcos Nahmad

Date tagged:

06/01/2023, 07:42

Date published:

05/18/2023, 06:00