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2 fused Drosophila egg chambers caused by mutant Notch gene

  • Dr Daniel St. Johnston
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Credit: 2 fused Drosophila egg chambers caused by mutant Notch gene. Hernan Lopez-Schier & Daniel St Johnston. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)

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A fusion between two Drosophila egg chambers caused by a Notch mutant follicle cell clone. The blue fluorescent probe highlights the molecule FasIII (fasciclin 3), a transmembrane molecule that is involved in cell adhesion and occurs particularly at junctions between tissues of different developmental fate. The green probe highlights the RNA-binding protein Staufen, which mediates the tranport along microtubules of mRNa from genes that determine polarity.


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