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Bridging the gap between postembryonic cell lineages and identified embryonic neuroblasts in the ventral nerve cord of Drosophila melanogaster.

Birkholz O, Rickert C, Nowak J, Coban IC, Technau GM - Biol Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Here we provide the missing link between the two systems for all lineages in the thoracic and abdominal neuromeres.Using the Flybow technique, embryonic neuroblasts were identified by their characteristic and unique lineages in the living embryo and their further development was traced into the late larval stage.This comprehensive analysis provides the first complete view of which embryonic neuroblasts are postembryonically reactivated along the anterior/posterior-axis of the VNC, and reveals the relationship between projection patterns of primary and secondary sublineages.

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Affiliation: Institute of Genetics, University of Mainz, D-55099 Mainz, Germany.

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Characteristics of NB2-1- and NB2-2-lineage.For details, see the text and the legend of Fig. 3.
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f04: Characteristics of NB2-1- and NB2-2-lineage.For details, see the text and the legend of Fig. 3.

Mentions: In the following we describe all lineages comprising primary and secondary subclones and assign them to identified NBs and segments (Figs 3–11). 3D-videos of these lineages in L3 are deposited in the supplementary material (supplementary material Movies 1–24). The descriptions are based on 765 induced clones from S3-A9/A10 (supplementary material Table S1). Examples of lineages derived from NBs, which are not reactivated in the larva, are also presented in the supplementary data (supplementary material Figs S2–S5).


Bridging the gap between postembryonic cell lineages and identified embryonic neuroblasts in the ventral nerve cord of Drosophila melanogaster.

Birkholz O, Rickert C, Nowak J, Coban IC, Technau GM - Biol Open (2015)

Characteristics of NB2-1- and NB2-2-lineage.For details, see the text and the legend of Fig. 3.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f04: Characteristics of NB2-1- and NB2-2-lineage.For details, see the text and the legend of Fig. 3.
Mentions: In the following we describe all lineages comprising primary and secondary subclones and assign them to identified NBs and segments (Figs 3–11). 3D-videos of these lineages in L3 are deposited in the supplementary material (supplementary material Movies 1–24). The descriptions are based on 765 induced clones from S3-A9/A10 (supplementary material Table S1). Examples of lineages derived from NBs, which are not reactivated in the larva, are also presented in the supplementary data (supplementary material Figs S2–S5).

Bottom Line: Here we provide the missing link between the two systems for all lineages in the thoracic and abdominal neuromeres.Using the Flybow technique, embryonic neuroblasts were identified by their characteristic and unique lineages in the living embryo and their further development was traced into the late larval stage.This comprehensive analysis provides the first complete view of which embryonic neuroblasts are postembryonically reactivated along the anterior/posterior-axis of the VNC, and reveals the relationship between projection patterns of primary and secondary sublineages.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Institute of Genetics, University of Mainz, D-55099 Mainz, Germany.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus