First Image From the Lab

Tyler and Dan took this image, which shows a mitotic spindle in the Drosophila follicle epithelium. The arrow points to a mitotic cell. DAPI was used to visualize DNA (blue) and immunostaining was used to reveal tubulin (green) and spindle poles (red).

The arrow points to a mitotic cell. DAPI was used to visualize DNA (blue) and immunostaining was used to reveal tubulin (green) and spindle poles (red).

The arrow points to a mitotic cell. DAPI was used to visualize DNA (blue) and immunostaining was used to reveal tubulin (green) and spindle poles (red).

 

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Pins is not Required for Spindle Orientation in the Drosophila Wing Disc.

disc image for websiteDan’s paper on spindle orientation in the Drosophila imaginal wing disc is a highlighted article in the July 15 issue of Development. A short summary appears on The Node. Co-authors include Holly Lovegrove, now a postdoc at the University of Manchester, and Nicole Dawney, who starts her PhD studies at the University of Rochester this fall.

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