dror


DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

Embryonic

dror transcripts are found in the extended germ band [Image] stage (stage 11). Many, if not all, neurons in the brain and central nervous system express dror. Transcripts are also found in sense organs of the peripheral nervous system (Wilson, 1993).


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dror: Biological Overview | Evolutionary Homologs | Developmental Biology

date revised: 12 December 2016
 

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