Gallery 37: Drosophila embryo showing the expression of hairy (yellow), a pair rule gene.
Drosophila embryo showing the expression of hairy (yellow), a pair rule gene.
expression, embryo, pair rule
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16782. Problem 37: Master genes control basic body plans.
Explore Drosophila development and embryonic protein distribution.
16760. Animation 37: Master genes control basic body plans.
Eric Wieschaus and Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard explain research of Drosophila's developmental stages, and Ed Lewis presents homeotic mutations.
16740. Gallery 36: Differential Expression Data
Figure from Sargent and Dawid's differential expression experiment in frog embryos.
897. Gene knockout in mice
This method uses homologous recombination to disable a gene of interest to produce a genetic knockout.
15250. Complementary base pairing, Erwin Chargaff
Erwin Chargaff talks about his name for Chargaff's ratios.
16770. Gallery 37: Drosophila embryo highlighting the segments and body structure
A cuticular preparation of a wild-type Drosophila embryo highlighting the segments and body structure.
16191. Concept 5: Genetic inheritance follows rules.
Different gene combinations result in different dominant/recessive ratios in offspring.
15495. Chargaff's ratios, 3D animation with narration
Erwin Chargaff found that in DNA, the ratios of adenine (A) to thymine (T) and guanine (G) to cytosine (C) are equal. This parity is obvious in the final DNA structure.
16928. Family Planning Options for Parents of a Child with SMA
Dr. Sumner describes family planning options for parents who have a child with SMA.
16759. Concept 37: Master genes control basic body plans.
Fruit fly mutaitons provided keys to understanding the molecular basis of large-scale developmental plans.