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The Drosophila Sex-lethal (Sxl) gene encodes a female-specific RNA binding protein that regulates all aspects of female-specific development and behavior in somatic cells. In female germ cells, Sxl also plays an important role. Germ cells without Sxl protein can adopt a stem cell fate when housed in a normal ovary, but fail to successfully execute the self… (More)


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@inproceedings{Rattner2012InTI, title={In this issue of Fly}, author={Barbara P. Rattner}, year={2012} }