drostatin-B2, AstB, AstB-1, Allatostatin B, myoinhibitory peptide
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Gene model reviewed during 5.45
There is only one protein coding transcript and one polypeptide associated with this gene
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Mip protein is expressed in around 70 neurons of the adult brain innervating the adult antennal lobe and subesophageal zone.
Mip protein is detected in most layers of the fan-shaped body, which the authors identify as layers 2-7, in a columnar organisation. The strongest staining is observed in layer 5, where it co-localises with Scer\GAL4c205. Co-localisation with Scer\GAL4ChAT.7.4 is detected in a group of 4 neurons in the dorsolateral protocerebrum and their projections in the fan-shaped body.
Mip protein is expressed in 10-15 local neurons that innervate most adult antennal lobe glomeruli. These neurons have their cell bodies in one lateral cluster. Four to five of these neurons co-express Scer\GAL4ChAT.7.4.
Strong immunoreactivity was observed in the adult CNS but not in male reproductive organs.
Mip is expressed in a group of 7-30 large endocrine cells in the larval anterior midgut in a region just before the copper cells of the middle midgut. It is also expressed in up to 20 smaller cells in the copper cell region that tend to more numerous at the posterior end of the middle midgut. It is also expressed in a group of cells in the anterior region of the posterior midgut
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