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Pattern formation: Wingless on the move

, : Pattern formation: Wingless on the move. Current Biology 10(6): R222-R226

Wingless is a key morphogen in Drosophila. Although it is evident that Wingless acts at a distance from its site of synthesis, there is considerable debate about how the protein travels across a field of cells. Recent studies have provided important new insights into this process, though the issue is still far from being resolved.


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