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Swip-1 transcripts are present in the invaginating mesoderm from embryonic stage 7. During germband retraction they are present in the somatic and visceral mesoderm. During myoblast fusion-relevant stages, transcripts are observed in the somatic mesoderm but not the visceral myoblasts. In later stages they are observed in the visceral muscle and the pharynx.
Swip-1 is detected in somatic and visceral mesoderm during germband extension. At later stages, it is detected in many foci in the somatic mesoderm. Swip-1 is detected at the contact sites of individual muscles in the pharynx and is observed in the CNS from stage 13 on. At stage 16, Swip-1 protein accumulates at the ends of muscles towards their epidermal attachment sites. Swip-1 protein is also observed in hemocytes in the head region and in macrophage-like hemocytes. Swip-1 protein is observed in embryos, larvae and pupae on western blots.
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Source for identity of: Swip-1 CG10641