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The role of microRNAs in lymphopoiesis

The immune system is composed of a diverse range of cell types, each with a distinct function. It can be broadly divided into the lymphoid (T, B, NK, etc.) and myeloid (monocyte, granulocyte, etc.) arms. Lymphopoiesis, the development and differentiation of lymphoid lineages, has been studied extensively for decades. For example, the influence of extracellular signals, signaling...

Drosophila Rbp6 Is an Orthologue of Vertebrate Msi-1 and Msi-2, but Does Not Function Redundantly with dMsi to Regulate Germline Stem Cell Behaviour

The vertebrate RNA-binding proteins, Musashi-1 (Msi-1) and Musashi-2 (Msi-2) are expressed in multiple stem cell populations. A role for Musashi proteins in preventing stem cell differentiation has been suggested from genetic analysis of the Drosophila family member, dMsi, and both vertebrate Msi proteins function co-operatively to regulate neural stem cell behaviour. Here we...