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  1. : of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  2. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  3. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  4. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  5. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  6. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  7. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  8. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  9. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  10. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  11. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  12. ADH with or without polyadenylation signals were constructed. Placed under the control of the strong CMV promoter, these constructs induced intense ADH substrate staining and phleomycin resistance, whatever the position of the ADH gene, in avian or mammal of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  13. ADH, or ADH of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
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  15. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  16. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  17. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  18. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  19. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  20. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  21. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  22. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  23. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  24. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  25. Bicaudal-D (Bic-D) is essential for the establishment of oocyte fate and subsequently for polarity formation within the developing Drosophila oocyte. To find out where in the germ cells Bic-D performs its various functions we made transgenic flies express of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  26. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  27. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  28. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  29. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  30. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  31. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  32. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  33. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  34. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  35. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  36. Brother and Big brother were isolated as Runt-interacting proteins and are homologous to CBF(beta), which interacts with the mammalian CBF(alpha) Runt-domain proteins. In vitro experiments indicate that Brother family proteins regulate the DNA binding act of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  37. Bulk flow constitutes a substantial part of the slow transport of soluble proteins in axons. Though the underlying mechanism is unclear, evidences indicate that intermittent, kinesin-based movement of large protein-aggregates aids this process. Choline ac of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  38. Bulk flow constitutes a substantial part of the slow transport of soluble proteins in axons. Though the underlying mechanism is unclear, evidences indicate that intermittent, kinesin-based movement of large protein-aggregates aids this process. Choline ac of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  39. ChAT directly bind to the KLP64D tail, which is essential for the GFP of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  40. ChAT), in Drosophila axons, lacks particulate features. It occurs for a brief period during the larval stages. In addition, both the endogenous ChAT and GFP of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
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  42. Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. of type Date
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  45. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  46. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  47. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  48. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  49. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).
  50. GAD into MARCM, which we call dual-expression-control MARCM, permits the induction of distinct transgenes in different patterns among GAL80-minus cells in mosaic tissues. Lineage analysis with dual-expression-control MARCM suggested the presence of neurog of type Page No type was specified for this property (assuming type Page for now).

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