Figure 4.

Morphological phenotypes of CP190 over-expressingflies. Morphological phenotypes of the Ey > Gal4/UAS-CP190mRFP fly (A and D), the dppblk > CP190mRFP fly (B and E), and the UAS-CP190mRFP fly (C and F). (A and D) In Ey > Gal4/UAS-CP190mRFP flies, the eyes were not developed (A, arrowhead). The legs are normal (D, arrow). (B and E) In the dppblk > Gal4/UAS-CP190mRFP flies, the eyes were developed, but were slightly rough (B, arrowhead). The distal parts of the legs, including tarsal and claw segments were underdeveloped or missing (B and E, arrows). (C and F) In the UAS-CP190mRFP flies, the eyes are normal (C, arrowhead). The legs are normal (F). All arrows point to the first tarsal segment of the first leg (B, D, E, and F).

Akbari et al. BMC Cell Biology 2009 10:8   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-10-8
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