Positional cell surface antigens in an insect appendage

@article{Bullire2004PositionalCS,
  title={Positional cell surface antigens in an insect appendage},
  author={D. Bulli{\`e}re and F. Bulli{\`e}re and K. Mounaji and M. Reggi and B. Gharib},
  journal={Wilhelm Roux's archives of developmental biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={191},
  pages={222-227}
}
SummaryMice were immunized with membrane preparations of epidermal cells taken from different parts (internal and external face of femur and apex and base of tibia) of the metathoracic legs of cockroach larvae. Using indirect immunofluorescence, anti-internal face of femur antibodies were observed to bind preferentially to membranes from the internal face of the femur; similarly, anti-external face of femur antibodies bound preferentially to membranes from the external face of the femur. We… Expand
Pattern formation during insect leg segmentation: Studies with a prepattern of a cell surface antigen

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