Cover ImageCover: Hairs formed by Drosophila abdominal cells lacking the polarity proteins Dachsous, Frizzled and Van Gogh, except for a bald clone of cells overexpressing Frizzled. Most hairs abutting the clone have been induced by Frizzled to point outwards, owing to signaling across intercellular bridges formed by the protocadherin Starry night. See Research article by Struhl et al. on p. 3665.Close Modal
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Antagonistic cross-regulation between Wnt and Hedgehog signalling pathways controls post-embryonic retinal proliferation
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