Published in Cancer Weekly, June 16th, 2009
"Slit-roundabout repulsion and netrin-deleted in colorectal cancer (DCC) (frazzled) attraction must be tightly regulated to control midline axon guidance in vertebrates and invertebrates, but the mechanism mediating this regulation is poorly defined. Here, we show that the Fra receptor has two genetically separable functions in regulating midline guidance in Drosophila," wrote L. Yang and colleagues, University of Pennsylvania, Medical Department.
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