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A member of the phylogenetically conserved CAD family of transcriptional regulators is dramatically up-regulated during the programmed cell death of skeletal muscle in the tobacco hawkmoth Manduca sexta.
Distinct cell killing properties of the Drosophila reaper, head involution defective, and grim genes.
Cloning and analysis of small cytoplasmic leucine-rich repeat protein (SCLP), a novel, phylogenetically-conserved protein that is dramatically up-regulated during the programmed death of moth skeletal muscle.
The RHG motifs of Drosophila Reaper and Grim are important for their distinct cell death-inducing abilities.
Drosophila Morgue is an F box/ubiquitin conjugase domain protein important for grim-reaper mediated apoptosis.
Lepidopteran DALP, and its mammalian ortholog HIC-5, function as negative regulators of muscle differentiation.
Acheron, an novel LA antigen family member, binds to CASK and forms a complex with Id transcription factors.
The immune signaling pathways of Manduca sexta.