Anaplastic lymphoma kinase spares organ growth during nutrient restriction in Drosophila.
Cell. 2011 Aug 5; 146(3):435-47
Cheng LY, Bailey AP, Leevers SJ, Ragan TJ, Driscoll PC, Gould AP. Cell. 2011 Aug 5; 146(3):435-47
Nutrient deprivation inhibits cell growth in the bulk of the tissues that make up the Drosophila larvae, such as gut, fat, muscle and epidermis. However, this intriguing study from Gould and colleagues has shown that, in contrast to these organs, growth of the larval brain is protected from starvation. These authors found that neural...
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