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Drosophila melanogaster as a Model System for Fruit Flies of Economic Importance: The Vitelline Membrane Protein 32E Gene Regulatory Sequences

  • S. Giglioti
  • G. Gargiulo
  • A. Manzi
  • F. Graziani
  • C. Malva
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Abstract

The greatest development in molecular biology has been achieved in animal species such as Tetrahyntena, Drosophila, Xenopus, historically used as model systems.

Keywords

Follicle Cell Drosophila Embryo Sterile Insect Technique Vitelline Membrane G418 Resistance 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Giglioti
  • G. Gargiulo
  • A. Manzi
  • F. Graziani
  • C. Malva

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