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Academic Article Wnt signaling and an APC-related gene specify endoderm in early C. elegans embryos.
Academic Article MOM-4, a MAP kinase kinase kinase-related protein, activates WRM-1/LIT-1 kinase to transduce anterior/posterior polarity signals in C. elegans.
Academic Article MEP-1 and a homolog of the NURD complex component Mi-2 act together to maintain germline-soma distinctions in C. elegans.
Academic Article Wnt signaling drives WRM-1/beta-catenin asymmetries in early C. elegans embryos.
Academic Article The Conserved Kinases CDK-1, GSK-3, KIN-19, and MBK-2 Promote OMA-1 Destruction to Regulate the Oocyte-to-Embryo Transition in C. elegans.
Academic Article Genes and mechanisms related to RNA interference regulate expression of the small temporal RNAs that control C. elegans developmental timing.
Academic Article Tudor domain ERI-5 tethers an RNA-dependent RNA polymerase to DCR-1 to potentiate endo-RNAi.
Academic Article Wnt and CDK-1 regulate cortical release of WRM-1/ß-catenin to control cell division orientation in early Caenorhabditis elegans embryos.
Academic Article The minibrain kinase homolog, mbk-2, is required for spindle positioning and asymmetric cell division in early C. elegans embryos.
Academic Article Analysis of the C. elegans Argonaute family reveals that distinct Argonautes act sequentially during RNAi.
Academic Article NMY-2 maintains cellular asymmetry and cell boundaries, and promotes a SRC-dependent asymmetric cell division.
Concept Embryo, Nonmammalian
Academic Article The PIE-1 protein and germline specification in C. elegans embryos.
Academic Article SRC-1 and Wnt signaling act together to specify endoderm and to control cleavage orientation in early C. elegans embryos.

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