Sequence of gene expression creates neural diversity in fruit flies

A team of New York University biologists has found that a series of genes sequentially expressed in brain stem cells control the generation of neural diversity in visual system of fruit flies.

Their results are reported in the latest issue of the journal Nature.

Read the full story here: Sequentially Expressed Genes in Neural Progenitors Create Neural Diversity, Biologists Find

 

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