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Localization of human nuclear envelope proteins in Drosophila.
Polytene nuclei from salivary glands (top row z-series; middle row section) and diploid cells from imaginal discs (bottom row) were obtained from transgenic stocks and stained with antibodies specific for the human nuclear envelope proteins. All of the human proteins localized to the Drosophila nuclear envelope, with Lamin B2 showing aggregation.
<pubmed>19855837</pubmed>| PLoS ONE
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Citation: Sandra R. Schulze, Beatrice Curio-Penny, Sean Speese, George Dialynas, Diane E. Cryderman, Caitrin W. McDonough, Demet Nalbant, Melissa Petersen,Vivian Budnik,Pamela K. Geyer, Lori L. Wallrath 'A comparative study of Drosophila and human A-type lamins' PLoS ONE(2009) 4 (10):e7564. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0007564.
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