She recognized that the cytoplasmic dynein-associated proteins closely resembled a Drosophila gene called Glued, which was ... Holzbaur studies various motor proteins, including dyneins, myosins and kinesins. In the axons of neurons, these motor proteins ... "Huntingtin-associated Protein 1 (HAP1) Interacts with the p150Glued Bubunit of Dynactin". Human Molecular Genetics. 6 (13): ... "Differential regulation of dynein and kinesin motor proteins by tau". Science. 319 (5866): 1086-1089. Bibcode:2008Sci... ...
"Banding patterns in Drosophila melanogaster polytene chromosomes correlate with DNA-binding protein occupancy". BioEssays. 34 ( ... "glue") before pupation. Another example within the fly itself is the tandem duplication of various polytene bands located near ... They are formed of DNA, RNA and a few proteins. As they are the site of transcription, transcription mechanisms such as RNA ... In Drosophila melanogaster, for example, the chromosomes of the larval salivary glands undergo many rounds of endoreduplication ...
Wee1 protein is a tyrosine kinase that normally phosphorylates the Cdc2 cell cycle regulatory protein (the homolog of CDK1 in ... Thompson, Barry J. (2010). "Developmental control of cell growth and division in Drosophila". Current Opinion in Cell Biology. ... "Algae create glue to repair cell damage". Nature.com. Retrieved 4 July 2016 ... Further experimentation with GFP-tagged proteins and mutant proteins indicates that the medial cortical nodes are formed by the ...
This suggests that cell division may be regulated in part by dilution of Wee1 protein in cells as they grow larger. The protein ... Genetic studies of the fruit fly Drosophila have revealed several genes that are required for the formation of multinucleated ... Peplow, Mark (23 March 2005). "Algae create glue to repair cell damage". Nature.com. Retrieved 4 July 2016. Slavov N.; Botstein ... Further experimentation with GFP-tagged proteins and mutant proteins indicates that the medial cortical nodes are formed by the ...
"Human homolog of Drosophila heterochromatin-associated protein 1 (HP1) is a DNA-binding protein which possesses a DNA-binding ... This suggests HP1 isn't acting as a glue holding the heterochromatin together, but rather there are competing molecules within ... Chromobox protein homolog 5 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the CBX5 gene. It is a highly conserved, non-histone ... The protein itself is more commonly called (in humans) HP1α.[citation needed] Heterochromatin protein-1 (HP1) has an N-terminal ...
Stage specific proteins correspond to the development of the pheromone gland. The immature gland lacks numerous enzymes crucial ... During oviposition, the mother glues the fly egg to the host. This helps the maggot burrow into the larva, where it remains ... The cabbage looper genome is larger than the Drosophila melanogaster genome (180Mb) but smaller than the Bombyx mori genome ( ... It takes advantage of the ability of Baculovirus to insert genes into its target cell and induce protein expression this gene. ...
It is deposited by a male into a female genital tract, such as the vagina, and later hardens into a plug or glues the tract ... Another species of insect that uses a copulatory plug is Drosophila mettleri, a Sonoran Desert Fly species from the Diptera ... charithonia butterfly uses a mating plug in the form of a spermatophore that provides predatory defense chemicals and protein ... Alonso-Pimentel H, Tolbert LP, Heed WB (March 1994). "Ultrastructural examination of the insemination reaction in Drosophila". ...
"Regulation of cytoplasmic dynein function in vivo by the Drosophila Glued complex". The Journal of Cell Biology. 131 (2): 411- ... These proteins form long bundles of alpha helices, which wrap over each other and contact the Arp1 filament. The N-termini of ... At the barbed end the capping protein (CapZαβ) binds the Arp1 filament in the same way that it binds actin, although with more ... Dynactin is a 23 subunit protein complex that acts as a co-factor for the microtubule motor cytoplasmic dynein-1. It is built ...
Specifically the protein BMP4 appears to be involved. Two proteins called Noggin and Chordin, both secreted by the mesoderm, ... In drosophila, neuroblasts divide asymmetrically, so that one product is a "ganglion mother cell" (GMC), and the other is a ... Glial cells (named from the Greek for "glue") are non-neuronal cells that provide support and nutrition, maintain homeostasis, ... Recent studies have shown that sponge cells express a group of proteins that cluster together to form a structure resembling a ...
... s have a high protein content for their mass, and some authors suggest their potential as a major source of protein in ... They can produce glue and protective substances for coating eggs or tough coverings for a batch of eggs called oothecae. ... For example, because of its small size, short generation time and high fecundity, the common fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster ... Insects are noted for their nutrients, having a high content of protein, minerals and fats and are eaten by one-third of the ...
Knowing how chronic alcohol use affects genes and proteins in the honey bee brain may help us eventually understand how ... allowing the glue to dry and securing the pollinium. It has been suggested that this process involves "inebriation" of the bees ... "Ethanol intoxication in Drosophila: Genetic and pharmacological evidence for regulation by the cAMP signaling pathway". Cell. ... constricting passage that either glues a "pollinium" (a pollen sack) on their body (if the flower has not yet been visited) or ...
Drosophila melanogaster, the fruit fly, contains numerous glial types that are functionally similar to mammalian glia but are ... The term derives from Greek γλία and γλοία "glue" (English: /ˈɡliːə/ or /ˈɡlaɪə/), and suggests the original impression that ... Jessen KR, Mirsky R (August 1980). "Glial cells in the enteric nervous system contain glial fibrillary acidic protein". Nature ... "glue" that held neurons together until the mid-20th century. Glia were first described in 1856 by the pathologist Rudolf ...
This results in the activation of fibrin, which forms a mesh and acts as "glue" to bind platelets to each other. This makes a ... Transmembrane receptor proteins called integrins, which are made of glycoproteins and normally anchor the cell to the basement ... "Cellular and genetic analysis of wound healing in Drosophila larvae". PLOS Biology. 2 (8): E239. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio. ... Fibrin and fibronectin cross-link together and form a plug that traps proteins and particles and prevents further blood loss. ...
They can produce glue and protective substances for coating eggs or tough coverings for a batch of eggs called oothecae. ... This was discovered in 2003 by studying the variation in reactions of larvae of the common fruitfly Drosophila to the touch of ... The foregut is lined with a cuticular lining made of chitin and proteins as protection from tough food. The foregut includes ... The tough and flexible endocuticle is built from numerous layers of fibrous chitin and proteins, criss-crossing each other in a ...
The key components of this ring are the filamentous protein actin and the motor protein myosin II. The contractile ring ... a glue-like layer containing pectin) develops from the cell plate, serving to bind the cell walls of adjoining cells together. ... certain Drosophila cell types are incapable of forming a cleavage furrow without the central spindle, whereas in both C. ... microtubule-bundling protein required for cytokinesis 1) and MKLP1 (a kinesin motor protein). Originally inhibited by CDK1- ...
This results in the activation of fibrin, which forms a mesh and acts as "glue" to bind platelets to each other. This makes a ... A fluorescence micrograph of cells in Drosophila larvae healing after a puncture wound. The arrow points to cells that have ... Fibrin and fibronectin cross-link together and form a plug that traps proteins and particles and prevents further blood loss.[ ... Bartkova J, Grøn B, Dabelsteen E, Bartek J (February 2003). "Cell-cycle regulatory proteins in human wound healing". Archives ...
The current understanding is that fractals are ubiquitous in cell biology, from proteins, to organelles, to whole cells. Since ... ISBN 981-02-3792-8, ISBN 978-981-02-3792-9. Fathallah-Shaykh, Hassan M. (2011). "Fractal Dimension of the Drosophila Circadian ... form fractal patterns Fractal basin boundary in a geometrical optical system A fractal is formed when pulling apart two glue- ... Enright, Matthew B.; Leitner, David M. (January 27, 2005). "Mass fractal dimension and the compactness of proteins". Physical ...
Square-bottom paper bag In 1868, Margaret Knight invented a machine that folded and glued flat-bottomed brown paper bags ... proteins, and lipids Earth's inner core Discovered in 1936 by Danish seismologist Inge Lehmann. ... genes involved in the development of segmentation in Drosophila embryogenesis. This work was foundational to our understanding ...
In Drosophila melanogaster, for example, the chromosomes of the larval salivary glands undergo many rounds of endoreduplication ... This produces large amounts of glue before pupation. Chromosome puffs (seen in diagram) are diffused uncoiled regions of the ... Chromosomes are made up of DNA and protein combined as chromatin. Each chromosome contains many genes. Chromosomes come in ... Polytene chromosomes are found in Drosophila species and in nonbiting midges of the Chironomidae family. They are also present ...
... s have a high protein content for their mass, and some authors suggest their potential as a major source of protein in ... They can produce glue and protective substances for coating eggs or tough coverings for a batch of eggs called oothecae. ... For example, because of its small size, short generation time and high fecundity, the common fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster ... The foregut is lined with a cuticular lining made of chitin and proteins as protection from tough food. The foregut includes ...
... glue the spitball launcher/tie clip to a sheet of wood to create a clipboard (launcher + glue + wood) remove the hold-down bar ... It is correct to say that a set of simultaneous mutations that form a complex protein structure is so unlikely as to be ... "Induction of ectopic eyes by targeted expression of the eyeless gene in Drosophila". Science. 267 (5205): 1788-92. Bibcode: ... The needle's base has ten elements in common with the flagellum, but it is missing forty of the proteins that make a flagellum ...
Several other invertebrates have been domesticated, both terrestrial and aquatic, including some such as Drosophila ... Transgenetic plants containing the coat protein gene for resistance against peanut clump virus have already been produced ... while in Drosophila, variability in eclosion time (when adults emerge) has increased.[47] ...
The nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans, like Drosophila, has been studied largely because of its importance in genetics.[25] ... Recordings of brain activity can be made using electrodes, either glued to the scalp as in EEG studies, or implanted inside the ... Shown is a pyramidal neuron from the hippocampus, stained for green fluorescent protein. ... Fruit flies (Drosophila) have been extensively studied to gain insight into the role of genes in brain development. ...
This produces large amounts of glue-like mucous ("glue") before pupation. Chromosome puffs (seen in diagram) are diffused ... In Drosophila, for example, the chromosomes of the larval salivary glands undergo many rounds of endoreduplication. ... Chromosomes are made up of DNA and protein combined as chromatin. Each chromosome contains many genes. Chromosomes come in ... Polytene chromosomes are found in Drosophila species and in nonbiting midges. They also occur in arthropods of the class ...