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Fig. 5 | Molecular Brain

Fig. 5

From: The exit of axons and glial membrane from the developing Drosophila retina requires integrins

Fig. 5

Knocking down mys in eye-disc epithelium did not affect the migration of glia from the optic stalk into the eye disc. 3rd-instar larval eye–brain complexes were double-stained with anti-Bdl (green) and anti-Repo (magenta). Anti-Bdl and anti-Repo label WG membrane and all glial nuclei, respectively. A In wild-type, glial cells in the optic stalk migrate into the sub-retinal region of the eye disc. B When mys was knocked down in eye-disc epithelium by expressing UAS-mys-RNAi-HMS00043 under control of ey3.5-GAL4, glial cells still migrated into the sub-retinal region of the eye disc. C The number of glial cells in the eye disc was counted. The number of sub-retinal glial cells in mys knockdown eye disc is not significantly (ns, p > 0.05) different from that in wild type. Scale bar: 20 µm

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