Figure 6.

Co-localization of Gurken with Lva. Wild type egg chambers and egg chambers derived from germline clones of sec61βP1 were stained with Gurken (Magenta), Lva (green) and Phalloindin (red). A-C) Wild type egg chambers with Gurken localized to the anterior-dorsal region of the ooctyte and also along the plasma membrane (A) and Lva localized in the cytoplasm of the oocyte (B). Co-staining of Gurken shows frequent overlap of the signal for Gurken and Lva, as indicated by the arrows (C). D-F) Egg chambers derived from the germline clones of sec61βP1 with Gurken localized to the anterior-dorsal end of the oocyte (D) and Lva localized in the cytoplasm of the oocyte (E). Co-staining of Gurken shows frequent overlap of the signal for Gurken and Lva, as indicated by the arrows (F). Insets show whole of the co-stained oocyte.

Kelkar and Dobberstein BMC Cell Biology 2009 10:11   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-10-11
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