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    Primary cilia are tiny hair-like structures expressed on the surface of eukaryotic cells. They participate in a range of processes, such as sensing the extracellular environment and regulating signalling pathways during development. Here, a functional genomic screen is presented that used RNA interference to identify human genes involved in controlling ciliogenesis. Several positive and negative ciliogenesis modulators with broad-ranging functions were found.

    • Joon Kim
    • , Ji Eun Lee
    •  & Joseph G. Gleeson