Drosophila development: Scalloped and vestigial take wing

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Abstract

The proteins Scalloped and Vestigial are known from genetic studies to play a part in Drosophila wing development. Recent results show how they interact with each other, and in combination with other transcription factors, to confer specific patterns of expression within the wing.

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Bray, S. (1999, April 8). Drosophila development: Scalloped and vestigial take wing. Current Biology. Current Biology Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0960-9822(99)80154-7

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