Gene Symbol: sr
Description: stripe
Alias: CG7847, Dmel\CG7847, SrB, l(3)03999, l(3)06948, l(3)06948b, stripe, CG7847-PA, CG7847-PB, CG7847-PC, CG7847-PD, CG7847-PE, STRIPE, StripeB, sr-PA, sr-PB, sr-PC, sr-PD, sr-PE, striped
Species: fruit fly

Top Publications

  1. de la Pompa J, Garcia J, Ferrus A. Genetic analysis of muscle development in Drosophila melanogaster. Dev Biol. 1989;131:439-54 pubmed
    The different thoracic muscles of Drosophila are affected specifically in the mutants: stripe (sr), erect wing (ewg), vertical wings (vtw), and nonjumper (nj)...
  2. Nabel Rosen H, Toledano Katchalski H, Volohonsky G, Volk T. Cell divisions in the drosophila embryonic mesoderm are repressed via posttranscriptional regulation of string/cdc25 by HOW. Curr Biol. 2005;15:295-302 pubmed
    ..Thus, we are proposing a novel posttranscriptional mechanism controlling cell-cycle progression in the Drosophila embryo. ..
  3. Volohonsky G, Edenfeld G, Klämbt C, Volk T. Muscle-dependent maturation of tendon cells is induced by post-transcriptional regulation of stripeA. Development. 2007;134:347-56 pubmed
    ..The transcription factor Stripe was reported to induce both the precursor cell phenotype, as well as the terminal differentiation of muscle-bound ..
  4. Martin Bermudo M, Brown N. Intracellular signals direct integrin localization to sites of function in embryonic muscles. J Cell Biol. 1996;134:217-26 pubmed
    ..Our results challenge the view that the transmission of signals from the extracellular environment via integrins is required for the organization of the cytoskeleton and the resultant cellular polarity. ..
  5. Kozopas K, Nusse R. Direct flight muscles in Drosophila develop from cells with characteristics of founders and depend on DWnt-2 for their correct patterning. Dev Biol. 2002;243:312-25 pubmed
    ..that it could influence epithelial cells to differentiate into attachment sites for muscle, the expression of stripe, a transcription factor necessary for epithelial cells to adopt an attachment cell fate, is unaltered in the ..
  6. Frommer G, Vorbrüggen G, Pasca G, Jackle H, Volk T. Epidermal egr-like zinc finger protein of Drosophila participates in myotube guidance. EMBO J. 1996;15:1642-9 pubmed
    We have cloned and molecularly characterized the Drosophila gene stripe (sr) required for muscle-pattern formation in the embryo...
  7. Piepenburg O, Vorbrüggen G, Jackle H. Drosophila segment borders result from unilateral repression of hedgehog activity by wingless signaling. Mol Cell. 2000;6:203-9 pubmed
    ..They are marked by single rows of stripe expressing cells that develop into epidermal muscle attachment sites...
  8. Dorfman R, Shilo B, Volk T. Stripe provides cues synergizing with branchless to direct tracheal cell migration. Dev Biol. 2002;252:119-26 pubmed
    ..We report the discovery of a group of ectodermal cells, marked by Stripe (Sr) expression, that coordinates tracheal cell migration in the dorsoventral axis...
  9. Goubeaud A, Knirr S, Renkawitz Pohl R, Paululat A. The Drosophila gene alien is expressed in the muscle attachment sites during embryogenesis and encodes a protein highly conserved between plants, Drosophila and vertebrates. Mech Dev. 1996;57:59-68 pubmed
    ..Even in twist and snail mutants, lacking mesodermal development, alien expression is fairly normal, showing a rather autonomous development of the apodemes. The conservation of alien suggests an important role in differentiation. ..

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  1. Volk T, Vijayraghavan K. A central role for epidermal segment border cells in the induction of muscle patterning in the Drosophila embryo. Development. 1994;120:59-70 pubmed
    ..Finally, we have analyzed mutants at the stripe locus and have shown that lethal alleles disrupt muscle organization during embryogenesis...
  2. Subramanian A, Wayburn B, Bunch T, Volk T. Thrombospondin-mediated adhesion is essential for the formation of the myotendinous junction in Drosophila. Development. 2007;134:1269-78 pubmed
    ..Tsp expression is induced by the tendon-specific transcription factor Stripe, and accumulates at the myotendinous junction following the association between the muscle and the tendon cell...
  3. Marcellini S, Simpson P. Two or four bristles: functional evolution of an enhancer of scute in Drosophilidae. PLoS Biol. 2006;4:e386 pubmed
    ..This work illustrates how, in the context of a conserved trans-regulatory landscape, evolutionary tinkering of pre-existing enhancers can modify gene expression patterns and contribute to morphological diversification...
  4. Fernandes J, Celniker S, Vijayraghavan K. Development of the indirect flight muscle attachment sites in Drosophila: role of the PS integrins and the stripe gene. Dev Biol. 1996;176:166-84 pubmed
    ..0, which is an insertion at the stripe locus. B14...
  5. Lee J, Vijayraghavan K, Celniker S, Tanouye M. Identification of a Drosophila muscle development gene with structural homology to mammalian early growth response transcription factors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995;92:10344-8 pubmed
    In Drosophila, stripe (sr) gene function is required for normal muscle development. Some mutations disrupt embryonic muscle development and are lethal. Other mutations cause total loss of only a single muscle in the adult...
  6. Wayburn B, Volk T. LRT, a tendon-specific leucine-rich repeat protein, promotes muscle-tendon targeting through its interaction with Robo. Development. 2009;136:3607-15 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, our data suggest a novel mechanism by which muscles are targeted towards tendon cells as a result of LRT-Robo interactions. This mechanism may apply to the Robo-dependent migration of a wide variety of cell types. ..
  7. Ghazi A, Anant S, Vijayraghavan K. Apterous mediates development of direct flight muscles autonomously and indirect flight muscles through epidermal cues. Development. 2000;127:5309-18 pubmed
    ..Here, it functions to regulate the expression of stripe, a gene that is an important element of early patterning of muscle fibres, from the epidermis...
  8. Israeli D, Nir R, Volk T. Dissection of the target specificity of the RNA-binding protein HOW reveals dpp mRNA as a novel HOW target. Development. 2007;134:2107-14 pubmed
    ..Thus, by characterizing the RNA sequences that bind HOW, we demonstrate a novel aspect of regulation, at the mRNA level, of Drosophila DPP. ..
  9. Vorbrüggen G, Jackle H. Epidermal muscle attachment site-specific target gene expression and interference with myotube guidance in response to ectopic stripe expression in the developing Drosophila epidermis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997;94:8606-11 pubmed
    The egr-type zinc-finger transcription factor encoded by the Drosophila gene stripe (sr) is expressed in a subset of epidermal cells to which muscles attach during late stages of embryogenesis...
  10. Chanana B, Graf R, Koledachkina T, Pflanz R, Vorbrüggen G. AlphaPS2 integrin-mediated muscle attachment in Drosophila requires the ECM protein Thrombospondin. Mech Dev. 2007;124:463-75 pubmed
    ..signaling, whereas tsp expression in differentiated tendon cells depends on the transcription factor encoded by stripe. In the absence of tsp activity, no aspect of muscle pattern formation as well as the initial contact between ..
  11. Callahan C, Bonkovsky J, Scully A, Thomas J. derailed is required for muscle attachment site selection in Drosophila. Development. 1996;122:2761-7 pubmed
    ..The data suggest that both neurons and muscles use common mechanisms to recognize their paths or targets, and that Drl plays an analogous role in both developing systems. ..
  12. Nabel Rosen H, Dorevitch N, Reuveny A, Volk T. The balance between two isoforms of the Drosophila RNA-binding protein how controls tendon cell differentiation. Mol Cell. 1999;4:573-84 pubmed
    ..This interaction results in elevated levels of the transcription factor Stripe in the future tendon cells...
  13. Usui K, Pistillo D, Simpson P. Mutual exclusion of sensory bristles and tendons on the notum of dipteran flies. Curr Biol. 2004;14:1047-55 pubmed
    ..Tendon development depends on the activity of a transcription factor encoded by the gene stripe. In Drosophila, stripe and achaete-scute have separate expression domains, leading to spatial segregation of ..
  14. Yarnitzky T, Min L, Volk T. The Drosophila neuregulin homolog Vein mediates inductive interactions between myotubes and their epidermal attachment cells. Genes Dev. 1997;11:2691-700 pubmed
    ..binding activates the Ras pathway in the EMA cells leading to the transcription of the tendon-specific genes, stripe, delilah, and beta1 tubulin...
  15. Ghazi A, Paul L, Vijayraghavan K. Prepattern genes and signaling molecules regulate stripe expression to specify Drosophila flight muscle attachment sites. Mech Dev. 2003;120:519-28 pubmed
    In Drosophila, muscles attach to epidermal tendon cells specified by the gene stripe (sr). Flight muscle attachment sites are prefigured on the wing imaginal disc by sr expression in discrete domains...
  16. Kramer S, Kidd T, Simpson J, Goodman C. Switching repulsion to attraction: changing responses to slit during transition in mesoderm migration. Science. 2001;292:737-40 pubmed
    ..A few hours after migration, these same cells change their behavior and require Robo to extend toward Slit-expressing muscle attachment sites. Thus, Slit functions as a chemoattractant to provide specificity for muscle patterning. ..
  17. Subramanian A, Prokop A, Yamamoto M, Sugimura K, Uemura T, Betschinger J, et al. Shortstop recruits EB1/APC1 and promotes microtubule assembly at the muscle-tendon junction. Curr Biol. 2003;13:1086-95 pubmed
    ..This is achieved by Shot association with the cytoplasmic faces of the basal hemiadherens junction and with the EB1/APC1 complex. ..
  18. Becker S, Pasca G, Strumpf D, Min L, Volk T. Reciprocal signaling between Drosophila epidermal muscle attachment cells and their corresponding muscles. Development. 1997;124:2615-22 pubmed
    ..Our findings suggest that the stripe gene is necessary and sufficient to initiate the developmental program of epidermal muscle attachment cells...
  19. Ghabrial A, Levi B, Krasnow M. A systematic screen for tube morphogenesis and branching genes in the Drosophila tracheal system. PLoS Genet. 2011;7:e1002087 pubmed publisher
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    ..We demonstrate that the products of the genes stripe, hairy, and extramacrochaetae contribute to rescue by antagonizing the activity of Sc and Ase...
  21. Malmanche N, Clark D. Identification of trans-dominant modifiers of Prat expression in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 2003;164:1419-33 pubmed
    ..Quantification of their effect on endogenous Prat gene expression, using RT-PCR in young adult fly heads, identifies a subset of modifiers that are candidates for genes involved in regulating Prat expression. ..
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    ..Three different eye phenotypes were observed when the fat facets mutants were dominantly enhanced by different mutations, suggesting that fat facets has other functions in addition to its critical role early in eye development. ..
  23. Hatini V, DiNardo S. Divide and conquer: pattern formation in Drosophila embryonic epidermis. Trends Genet. 2001;17:574-9 pubmed
    ..Here, we review several recent reports that help to elucidate the regulatory principles used to control this pattern. Because organizers are conserved, the same fundamental principles might operate in other organizers. ..
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    ..The contributions of Tin, Tup and Col to patterning Drosophila dorsal muscles bring novel parallels with chordate pharyngeal muscle development. ..
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    ..This example from Drosophila provides a paradigm for how organizers generate precise patterns, and ultimately different cell types, in a naïve field of cells. ..
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    ..absence of both genes, muscle attachment to tendon cells is altered, even though the molecular cascade induced by stripe, the tendon cell determinant, is normal...
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    ..The absence of TRP or rhodopsin in the isolated mutants readily explains the defect in TRPL internalization and proves the feasibility of our genetic screen. ..
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    ..Experiments manipulating the level of the basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor Twist in the Drosophila embryo have revealed a novel role for this protein in a 'myogenic switch' during early development. ..
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    ..One of them corresponds to the kismet locus, which encodes a putative chromatin remodeling factor. The relevance of these loci with respect to the function of KSR and the Ras1 pathway in general is discussed. ..
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    ..Analysis of their phenotypes in somatic clones suggests that both normally act to restrict neuronal cell fate in the retina, although they control different aspects of ato's complex expression pattern. ..
  35. Liu Z, Geisbrecht E. Moleskin is essential for the formation of the myotendinous junction in Drosophila. Dev Biol. 2011;359:176-89 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, the tendon cell specific proteins Stripe (Sr) and activated mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) are reduced in msk mutant embryos...
  36. Nachman A, Halachmi N, Matia N, Manzur D, Salzberg A. Deconstructing the complexity of regulating common properties in different cell types: lessons from the delilah gene. Dev Biol. 2015;403:180-91 pubmed publisher central regulators of cell identity in each of the dei-expressing cell types, such as D-Mef2 in muscle cells, Stripe in tendon cells and Blistered in wing intervein cells...
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    ..The effect of Dei on ?PS expression is not restricted to the wing, suggesting that Dei functions as a general genetic switch, which is turned on wherever a sticky cell-identity is determined and integrin-based adhesion is required. ..
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    ..Since the antibody was raised against the phosphorylated form of a conserved ERK peptide containing the TEY motif, this approach is applicable to a wide spectrum of multicellular organisms. ..
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    ..Molecular characterization of lch5 attachment cells demonstrated that they share significant properties with Drosophila tendon cells and with mammalian proprioceptive organs. ..
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    How repeating striped patterns arise across cellular fields is unclear. To address this we examined the repeating pattern of Stripe (Sr) expression across the parasegment (PS) in Drosophila. This pattern is generated in two steps...
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    ..Taken together with other recently published phylogenies of developmentally important genes, these results provide strong evidence against the 2R hypothesis...
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    ..Hence, our findings bridge between MAPK/ERK signaling and RNA regulation in developing muscles...
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    ..HSC4 might be needed for the proper folding of a component of the Polycomb repression complex, or it may be a functional member of that complex...
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    ..Here we show that the positioning and differentiation of the migrating chordotonal organs are instructed by Stripe, the same transcription factor that promotes tendon cell specification and differentiation and is required for ..
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