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An eye on organ development

Studies in flies and mice have revealed a surprising way in which cells regulate gene activity, with consequences for our understanding of organ formation during development.

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Figure 1: The eyes (absent) have it.

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Epstein, J., Neel, B. An eye on organ development. Nature 426, 238–239 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/426238a

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