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Supplemental Table S1: Genes found to be differentially expressed between V1 and V14 CNS. We found 86 genes that are highly correlated (coeff> 0,9). Among the 86 genes, 28 were also found to be overexpressed in the V1 AMC (column on the left, gene names are indicated in bold) and contain the common putative pros DNA motif in their promoter. The 58 genes present in the two columns on the right are specifically overexpressed in V1 CNS as compared to V14 CNS. Supplemental Table S2: Phenotypic data related to the candidate genes involved in neurite outgrowth and/or synaptic transmission. The criteria used for the description of the phenotypes were as follows: (1) if many larval phenotypes were available for a gene, we selected only those observed in the nervous system and preferentially in the peripheral nervous system (PNS). (2) If no larval phenotype was available for a gene, we selected those observed in the embryonic and/or adult PNS. (3) If available, the effect of the upregulation or downregulation of these genes is mentioned respectively for those that are overexpressed or underexpressed in V1 AMC. (4) All studies mentioned were done in Drosophila melanogaster. Supplemental Table S3: Phenotype data related to the candidate genes involved in growth and autophagy. The criteria used for the description of the phenotypes were the same as those for Table S2. Supplemental Table S4: Phenotype data related to the candidate genes involved in sensory organ development and most particularly in olfaction (in bold). The criteria used for the description of the phenotypes were the same as those for Table S2.

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Guenin et al. BMC Genomics 2010 11:47   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-47