Schedl Lab

Washington University Genetics

Yolk accumulates prematurely in gld-1 (null) (Photo)

Gonad Arms dissected from gld-1 (q485) adult hermaphrodite are stained with DAPI to visualize DNA (1st panel as white), anti-RME-2 (2nd panel as red), anti-yolk Ab (3rd panel as green), and composite of anti-RME-2 and anti-yolk Ab (4th panel). RME-2 accumulates prematurely in the pachytene stage germ cells, which results in the premature accumulation of Yolk.

  • Tim Schedl, Ph.D
    Department of Genetics
    Campus Box #8232
    Washington University School of Medicine
    4566 Scott Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63110

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