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Differential distributions of two adducin-like protein isoforms in the Drosophila ovary and early embryo
Adducin co-localises with F-actin and spectrin in the cortex of the oocyte through stage 10 of oogenesis, consistent with a possible role in cytoskeletal assembly or function predicted by mammalian studies.
Role of Adducin-like (hu-li tai shao) mRNA and protein localization in regulating cytoskeletal structure and function during Drosophila Oogenesis and early embryogenesis.
Early embryos produced by swallow or Add-hts mutant females have severe defects in the distribution of F-actin and spectrin as well as abnormalities in nuclear division, nuclear migration, and cellularization.
Grenoble Ecole de Management has signed a partnership with the French National Railway company SNCF to train over one hundred agents in service management.
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Grenoble Ecole de Management has been selected for its expertise within the field of service management. For 3 years now, with a strong partnership with the Academie du Service (Accor Services), this…