T-box transcription factors
Drosophila genes listed by biochemical function|
brachyenteron (common alternative name: T-related gene) brachyury homolog
three closely linked T-box domain transcription factors that are crucial for completion of differentiation, cell proliferation arrest, and survival of amnioserosa cells
Forkhead box P forkhead domain transcription factor - a highly conserved transcription factor known for its importance in human speech and language production - reduced expression in Drosophila leads to decreased levels of courtship behavior, altered pulse-song structure, and sex-specific motor impairments in walking and flight
H15 and midline T-box transcription factors that participate in cardiac fate specificity
optomotor-blind (common alternative name: bifid) brachyury T homolog
optomotor-blind-related-gene-1 T-box transcription factor - involved in the combinatorial activation of somatic muscle lineage-specific targets - visceral mesoderm - gain of function causes antenna-to-leg transformations and shortened leg
T-related gene (preferred name: brachyenteron) brachyury homolog
Drosophila genes listed by biochemical function
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