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Keywords: Ecdysone
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Biol Open (2018) 7 (4): bio034025.
Published: 23 April 2018
... and the expression of late drivers were suppressed. This effect of the exogenous JH mimic (JHM) pyriproxifen is lost by 24 h after pupariation. Part of this effect of JHM is due to its suppression of the appearance of ecdysone receptor EcR-B1 that occurs after pupation and during early adult development...
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (11): 1648–1661.
Published: 15 November 2016
..., understanding the links between steroid hormone signaling and cell proliferation is crucial to understanding the molecular basis of morphogenesis. Here we examined the mechanism by which the steroid hormone ecdysone regulates the cell cycle in Drosophila . We find that a cell cycle arrest induced by ecdysone...
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (7): 852–857.
Published: 15 July 2015
...Ujué Fresán; Sergi Cuartero; Michael B. O'Connor; M. Lluisa Espinàs ABSTRACT The steroid hormone ecdysone is a central regulator of insect development. In this report we show that CTCF expression in the prothoracic gland is required for full transcriptional activation of the Halloween genes...
Includes: Supplementary data
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (3): 285–300.
Published: 6 February 2015
... demonstrate that this regulation is modulated by the miRNA let-7 , which acts in a positive feedback loop to confer ecdysone signaling robustness via targeting its repressor, the transcription factor Abrupt. This feedback loop adjusts ecdysteroid signaling in response to some stressful alterations...
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Biol Open (2013) 2 (12): 1412–1420.
Published: 14 November 2013
... for the phagocytosis of bacteria and apoptotic tissues that arise during metamorphosis. It is not known as to how hemocytes become activated from a sessile state in response to such infectious and developmental cues, although the hormone ecdysone has been suggested as the signal that shifts hemocyte behaviour from...
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Biol Open (2012) 1 (3): 182–196.
Published: 28 December 2011
...Bryan W. Heck; Bin Zhang; Xin Tong; Zui Pan; Wu-Min Deng; Chih-Cheng Tsai Summary SMRTER (SMRT-related and ecdysone receptor interacting factor) is the Drosophila homologue of the vertebrate proteins SMRT and N-CoR, and forms with them a well-conserved family of transcriptional corepressors...
Includes: Supplementary data