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Title

Polarization of both major body axes in Drosophila by gurken-torpedo signalling

AuthorsGonzález-Reyes, Acaimo CSIC ORCID; Elliott, Heather; St Johnston, Daniel
KeywordsAnterior-posterior polarity
Drosophila oocytes
Signaling
Development Biology
Issue Date22-Jun-1995
PublisherNature Publishing Group
CitationNature 375, 654-658 (1995)
AbstractAnterior–posterior polarity in Drosophila arises from the movement of the oocyte to the posterior of the egg chamber, and the subsequent acquisition of posterior fate by the adjacent somatic follicle cells. We demonstrate that gurken is necessary in the oocyte and torpedo/DER in the follicle cells for the induction of posterior fate. As the gurken–torpedo/DER pathway also establishes dorsoventral polarity later in oogenesis, Drosophila uses the same germline to same signalling pathway to determine both embryonic axes.
DescriptionFinal full-text version of this paper available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/375654a0
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/4076
DOI10.1038/375654a0
ISSN0028-0836
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