RETRACTED: Drosophila Ten-a is a maternal pair-rule and patterning gene

@article{Rakovitsky2007RETRACTEDDT,
  title={RETRACTED: Drosophila Ten-a is a maternal pair-rule and patterning gene},
  author={Nadya Rakovitsky and Yosef Buganim and Tomer Swissa and Yael Kinel-Tahan and Shirly Brenner and Malkiel A. Cohen and Anna S. Levine and Ron Wides},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2007},
  volume={124},
  pages={911-924}
}
The Ten-a gene of Drosophila melanogaster encodes several alternative variants of a full length member of the Odz/Tenm protein family. A number of Ten-a mutants created by inexact excisions of a resident P-element insertion are embryonic lethal, but show no pair-rule phenotype. In contrast, these mutants, and deficiencies removing Ten-a, do enhance the segmentation phenotype of a weak allele of the paralog gene odz (or Ten-m) to the odz amorphic phenotype. Germ line clone derived Ten-a… CONTINUE READING

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