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Animals Whose Developmental Processes are Affected by Notch. This is a simplified representation of a few examples of the animals (Drosophila flies[1], C. elegans[2], and the zebrafish[3]) in which development is influenced by the Notch signalling pathway and their scientific names.

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  2. <pubmed>18599512</pubmed>
  3. <pubmed>23840804</pubmed>

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