Figure 1.

The ntf-2 eye phenotype is rescued by mutants in Profilin (chic). (A) Wild-type eye, a representative ntf-2 eye and the phenotype of a ntf-2 eye suppressed by chic/+. Note that the antennae (arrow) are normal in mutant animals. (B) Wild-type and ntf-2 eye-antennal discs. The antennal discs (ant) are normal in wild-type and mutant, while the ntf-2 eye disc (eye) shows abnormal growth and patterning. Size bar represents 10 μm.

Minakhina et al. BMC Cell Biology 2005 6:32   doi:10.1186/1471-2121-6-32
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