Mononuclear muscle cells in Drosophila ovaries revealed by GFP protein traps.

@article{Hudson2008MononuclearMC,
  title={Mononuclear muscle cells in Drosophila ovaries revealed by GFP protein traps.},
  author={Andrew M. Hudson and Lisa N Petrella and Akemi J. Tanaka and Lynn Cooley},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={314 2},
  pages={329-40}
}
Genetic analysis of muscle specification, formation and function in model systems has provided valuable insight into human muscle physiology and disease. Studies in Drosophila have been particularly useful for discovering key genes involved in muscle specification, myoblast fusion, and sarcomere organization. The muscles of the Drosophila female reproductive system have received little attention despite extensive work on oogenesis. We have used newly available GFP protein trap lines to… CONTINUE READING

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