Common temporal identity factors regulate neuronal diversity in fly ventral nerve cord and mouse retina

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Temporal sequences of transcription factors (tTFs) in Drosophila neural progenitors generate neuronal diversity. Mattar etal. (2015) identify Casz1/Castor as a late temporal identity factor in mouse retinal progenitors that is regulated by the early factor Ikzf1/Hunchback, thus generalizing the notion of tTFs. Temporal sequences of transcription factors (tTFs) in Drosophila neural progenitors generate neuronal diversity. Mattar etal. (2015) identify Casz1/Castor as a late temporal identity factor in mouse retinal progenitors that is regulated by the early factor Ikzf1/Hunchback, thus generalizing the notion of tTFs.

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Konstantinides, N., Rossi, A. M., & Desplan, C. (2015, February 4). Common temporal identity factors regulate neuronal diversity in fly ventral nerve cord and mouse retina. Neuron. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2015.01.016

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