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Two Isoforms of Drosophila TRF2 Are Involved in Embryonic Development, Premeiotic Chromatin Condensation, and Proper Differentiation of Germ Cells of Both Sexes
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It is demonstrated that the Drosophila TATA box-binding protein (TBP)-related factor 2 (TRF2 or TLF) encodes two protein isoforms: the previously described 75-kDa TRF2 and a newly identified 175- kDa version in which the same sequence is preceded by a long N-terminal domain with coiled-coil motifs.
A novel transposition system in Drosophila melanogaster depending on the Stalker mobile genetic element.
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Crosses between the Drosophila melanogaster y2sc1waG strain or some of its derivatives and the FM4 strain yielded insertional mutagenesis with a frequency of 10(‐3)‐10(‐4), which differs from the known cases of hybrid dysgenesis.
Cerd4, third member of the d4 gene family: expression and organization of genomic locus
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The third member of the d4 family of presumptive transcription modulators, cer-d4 (Cerd4), is cloned and characterized from chicken and mouse cDNA libraries, finding expression patterns in both species are similar and more restricted than expression patterns of other two d4 genes.
Combination of Hypomorphic Mutations of the Drosophila Homologues of Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor and Nucleosome Assembly Protein Family Genes Disrupts Morphogenesis, Memory and Detoxification
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The interaction of spineless and CG5017 is important for regulation of morphogenesis, long-term memory formation, and detoxification during oxidative stress and must be considered when evaluating the risk of combining similar mutations in other organisms, including humans.
[D4 family genes in vertebrates: genomic organization and expression].
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The d4 family comprises three genes encoding structurally related proteins that consists of two tandemly arranged PHD finger domains and are expressed in various tissues and at various developmental stages.
Morphogenetic movement of cells in embryogenesis of Drosophila melanogaster: Mechanism and genetic control
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The information about the genetic regulation of morphogenetic movement of D. melanogaster taking into consideration the scale of evolutionary conservatism of the cascades of the main signal, which control these processes in vertebrates, is presented.
Xenobiotic-induced activation of human aryl hydrocarbon receptor target genes in Drosophila is mediated by the epigenetic chromatin modifiers
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It is found that exogenous AHR ligands can increase as well as decrease the transcription levels of the AHR target genes, including genes that control proliferation, motility, polarization, and programmed cell death, which suggests that AHR activation may affect the expression of gene networks that could be critical for cancer progression and metastasis.
From Dimness to Glossiness—Characteristics of the Spring Rapeseed Mutant Form without Glaucous Bloom (Brassica napus L.)
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High-protein mutant form without glaucous bloom (wax bloom) was isolated from “Vikros” spring canola, and plants without wax coating showed weakened shoot growth, decreased pollen fertility and seed production, and reduced lignin content in the shoots.
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