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Life Before Fertilisation

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Many animals require well coordinated events in the developing egg prior to fertilisation in order to enable the pronucleus to form and early embryogenesis to occur. Control over the cell-cycle, organising of axis determining factors and signalling cascades are among the many functions that prepare the egg for fertilisation. The Weil Lab is interested in how these events are organised and regulated in Drosophila with specific interest in maternal transcripts and calcium release.

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