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In Drosophila, the homeotic genes encode transcription factors which control segment identity during embryogenesis by specifying the appropriate set of 'target' genes necessary to produce the individual segmental characteristics. Though we know much about the homeotic genes and the proteins they encode, we know little of their targets. Here we identify and(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Atropine dilates the pupil and paralyzes the ciliary muscle accommodation, blurring vision, and therefore is an effective penalization of the sound eye in the treatment of functional amblyopia of the other eye. The degree of blur induced is a function of the amount of the patient's uncorrected hyperopia and the distance from the eye(More)
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