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General Information
Symbol
Dmel\SCARk13811
Species
D. melanogaster
Name
FlyBase ID
FBal0328160
Feature type
allele
Associated gene
Associated Insertion(s)
Carried in Construct
Also Known As
l(2)k13811
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P{lacW} insertion in the 5' UTR of SCAR.

Insertion components
P{lacW}SCARk13811
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Expression Data
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Phenotypic Data
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SCARk13811 mutant cells in mosaic follicular epithelia exhibit a non-cell-autonomous defect in trailing edge retraction, as wild type cells directly ahead of SCARk13811 mutant cells exhibit significantly elongated basal surfaces.

SCARk13811 mutant embryos that lack both the zygotic and maternal SCAR gene products (derived from females containing homozygous germline clones mated to homozygous males) display a duplication of the RP2 neuron in one hemisegment and have one missing in the contralateral segment. Embryos are also seen in which RP2 neurons fail to migrate from their location of formation.

SCARk13811 mutant embryos show a partial loss of myoblast fusion at stage 14 and, unlike in wild type, enlarged actin foci persist at stage 15. The percentage of F-actin foci that are invasive and the depth of invasion are both comparable to wild type. These phenotypes are seen when just the zygotic contribution is removed, or when both the maternal and zygotic gene products are absent.

Homozygous SCARk13811 embryos exhibit a weak myoblast fusion defect. Unfused myoblasts are visible. Dorsal closure seems incomplete in these embryos.

SCARk13811 germline clone embryos, with reduced maternal and zygotic SCAR contributions exhibit a severe myoblast fusion defect, with increased numbers of free myoblasts and thinner muscles. SCARk13811 mutants show a dramatic increase in the size and number of actin foci.

The spacing and morphology of nuclei is abnormal in cycle 12-13 blastoderm SCARK13811 germ-line clone embryos. By cycle 14, these embryos show dramatic abnormal accumulation of nuclei internally. The actin cytoskeletons of SCARK13811 germ-line clone embryos are also abnormal at these stages. This is particularly clear during metaphase when, in the majority of embryos, actin accumulates in aberrant structures positioned above individual spindles, rather than forming a network of metaphase furrows between adjacent spindles, as in wild-type. These defects are accompanied by a general decrease in filamentous actin levels, although cell cycle-dependent fluctuations in filamentous actin levels persist. CNS axon morphology in SCARK13811 homozygous embryos is normal. However, in SCARK13811 homozygous embryos from SCARK13811 germ-line clone mothers, gaps appear in both longitudinal and commissural bundles (93% of segments, n = 242). In extreme cases, a severe depletion of all axon bundles occurs (46% of segments). At a lower frequency, these embryos exhibit defects in commissure fasciculation and separation (18% of segments), and medial (13%) or lateral (9%) displacement of axons.

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Embryos that are maternally and zygotically mutant for SCARk13811 and zygotically mutant for Vrp1S1946 show a near complete block of myoblast fusion and a dramatic reduction in the size of the actin foci.

Embryos that are zygotically mutant for both SCARk13811 and Vrp1S1946 show a near complete block of myoblast fusion and a dramatic reduction in the size of the actin foci. 76% of muscle cell adhesion sites are not associated with any F-actin enrichment.

A WASp3/+ background intensifies the appearance of unfused myoblasts in SCARk13811 mutants.

In the ventral nerve cord of SCARK13811/SCARK13811; WASp1/+ embryos, there is an severe depletion of axons in both longitudinal and commissural bundles, often leading to gaps. In the ventral nerve cord of SCARK13811/+; WASp1/Df(3R)3450 embryos, breaks occur in both longitudinal and commissural axon bundles, and axons are medially displaced.

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Complements: Nup15401501. Complements: l(2)0622506225. Complements: l(2)k05812k05812. Complements: l(2)k09104k09104. Complements: RfC38k13807. Complements: l(2)k15817k15817.

Lethality can be rescued by precise excision of P{lacW}SCARK13811.

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Synonyms and Secondary IDs (7)
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Secondary FlyBase IDs
  • FBal0064116
  • FBal0150644
References (14)