A review of the available data on molecular mechanisms underlying the regulation of gene expression by the developmental hormone ecdysone and juvenile hormone. Heterodimer ESP/USP is the main ecdysone receptor in D. melanogaster. Structures similar to ESP/USP were found in other insects. The information about molecular-genetic mechanisms of the effect of juvenoids is less definite. It has been proposed that the juvenile hormone in insects is a modulator of the ecdysone effect.
Russian Journal of Developmental Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 2, 2007
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