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Testis-specific β2 tubulins are identical in Drosophila melanogaster and D. hydei but differ from the ubiquitous β1 tubulin
In Drosophila as in many organisms β tubulins are encoded by a gene family. We have determined the complete nucleotide sequences coding for the β1 and β2 tubulins of Drosophila melanogaster and theExpand
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Characterization of cloned ribosomal DNA from Drosophila hydei.
The structure of ribosomal genes from the fly Drosophila hydei has been analyzed. EcoRI fragments, cloned in a plasmid vector, were mapped by restriction enzyme analysis. The lengths of the regionsExpand
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A cluster of four genes selectively expressed in the male germ line of Drosophila melanogaster
The gene Mst87F is exclusively expressed in the male germ line and is subject to translational regulation. The Mst87F mRNA is transcribed in the primary spermatocytes, stored for three days and thenExpand
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During Drosophila spermatogenesis beta 1, beta 2 and beta 3 tubulin isotypes are cell-type specifically expressed but have the potential to coassemble into the axoneme of transgenic flies.
alpha and beta Tubulins exist in a number of different isotypes with distinct expression patterns during development. We have shown by immunofluorescent staining that beta 1, beta 2 and beta 3Expand
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Ribosomal DNA of the fly Sciara coprophila has a very small and homogeneous repeat unit
SummaryIn this report we show by hybridization of restriction fragments and by Miller spreads that the unit repeat of the fly Sciara coprophila is only 8.4 kb which is the smallest known for aExpand
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Towards a physical map of the fertility genes on the heterochromatic Y chromosome of Drosophila hydei: Families of repetitive sequences transcribed on the lampbrush loops Nooses and Threads are
SummaryThe understanding of structure and function of the so-called fertility genes of Drosophila is very limited due to their unusual size — several megabases — and their location on theExpand
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Preservation of nuclear RNP antigens in male germ cell development of Drosophila hydei
  • K. H. Glätzer
  • Biology
  • Molecular and General Genetics MGG
  • 1 September 1984
SummaryThe distribution of ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes in meiotic and post-meiotic cells of Drosophila hydei males was studied by indirect immunofluorescence. Three monoclonal antibodies (S5,Expand
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Testis-specific beta 2 tubulins are identical in Drosophila melanogaster and D. hydei but differ from the ubiquitous beta 1 tubulin.
In Drosophila as in many organisms beta tubulins are encoded by a gene family. We have determined the complete nucleotide sequences coding for the beta 1 and beta 2 tubulins of DrosophilaExpand
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Molecular characterization of the genomic regions of the Drosophila alpha-type subunit proteasome genes PROS-Dm28.1 and PROS-Dm35.
The proteasome (multicatalytic proteinase) consists of a large number of non-identical protein subunits which are encoded by the evolutionarily conserved PROS gene family. Using the PROS-Dm35 andExpand
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The 19S ring-type particles of Drosophila. Cytological and biochemical analysis of their intracellular association and distribution.
The intracellular distribution and interaction of 19S ring-type particles from D. melanogaster have been analysed. Immunological and biochemical analyses show that the 19S particles are of aExpand
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