bl, Hrb57A, bancal, hnRNP K, Q18
Gene model reviewed during 5.48
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Annotated transcripts do not represent all possible combinations of alternative exons and/or alternative promoters.
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HnRNP-K transcript is expressed in cardiogenic mesoderm at embryonic stage 11, but not in the embryonic/larval heart at stage 16.
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Source for identity of: HnRNP-K bl
Renamed from 'bl' to 'HnRNP-K' (a synonym, and similar to the symbol of the mammalian ortholog) to minimise confusion with the 'Bl' ('Bristle') gene symbol, from which it differed only by case.
HnRNP-K confirmed to be the hnRNP-K otholog, bl, in correspondance with S.C. Lakhotia.
The levels of bl protein affect cell proliferation and apoptosis in imaginal disc cells.
bl is dynamically distributed in the nuclei of developing embryos and redistributed from the nucleus to cytoplasm at each mitosis from blastoderm to hatching. The protein is recruited to the 93D locus upon heat shock.
The gene is named "bancal" (meaning "wobbly" in French) as mutant flies with a strong phenotype cannot walk and fall over.