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Arbeitman, M.N., Furlong, E.M., Imam, F., Johnson, E., Null, B.H., Baker, B.S., Krasnow, M.A., Scott, M.P., Davis, R.W., White, K.P. (2002). Gene expression during the life cycle of Drosophila melanogaster.  Science 297(5590): 2270--2275.
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Molecular genetic studies of Drosophila melanogaster have led to profound advances in understanding the regulation of development. Here we report gene expression patterns for nearly one-third of all Drosophila genes during a complete time course of development. Mutations that eliminate eye or germline tissue were used to further analyze tissue-specific gene expression programs. These studies define major characteristics of the transcriptional programs that underlie the life cycle, compare development in males and females, and show that large-scale gene expression data collected from whole animals can be used to identify genes expressed in particular tissues and organs or genes involved in specific biological and biochemical processes.

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Corrections and Clarifications: Gene expression during the life cycle of Drosophila melanogaster.
Anonymous, 2002, Science 298(5596): 1172 [FBrf0155372]

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    English
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    Science
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    Science
    Publication Year
    1895-
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    0036-8075
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