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engrailed

Scalloped with concave lines; cut along the edge with a series of small concave curves, usually of the same size.
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Engrailed in cephalopods: a key gene related to the emergence of morphological novelties.
Expression patterns of engrailed and dpp in the gastropod Lymnaea stagnalis.
Molluscan engrailed expression, serial organization and shell evolution.
Partial sequences for engrailed were obtained using primers designed from conserved regions of Haliotis asinina engrailed (accession no.
Characterization of biomineralization genes in abalone larvae was analyzed using qPCR from the relative levels of messenger RNA (mRNA) for engrailed, ap24 (accession no.
Dissecting the Engrailed homeodomain-DNA interaction by phage-displayed shotgun scanning.
The same "discontinuity" in neurogenesis and neuronal differentiation in development of the juvenile CNS was seen in in situ hybridization with the neurogenic genes engrailed where gene expression follows CNS histogenesis (Byrne et al.
From our findings in the developing juvenile, synaptotagmin IR was first strongly expressed in the NS of the tube feet, followed by IR in the CNS, similar to that seen with engrailed expression (Byrne et al.
Studies carried out in zebrafish have shown that RA exposure leads to midbrain-hindbrain deletions, demonstrated by the absence of cells expressing the marker protein, engrailed, which is diagnostic for this region (Holder and Hill, 1991).
The anth-hbxA homeodomains also resemble the engrailed homeodomain of Drosophila.
Within the arthropods, insects and crustaceans have the segment-polarity gene engrailed already expressed in transverse stripes at the posterior margin of embryonic segments before morphogenesis takes place (e.
In Drosophila, the segment-polarity gene engrailed plays a crucial role in specifying the fate of the cells in the posterior part (compartment) of segments and in establishing the segmental boundaries (Lawrence, 1992).