Dissecting Sources of Quantitative Gene Expression Pattern Divergence Between Drosophila Species

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Dissecting Sources of Quantitative Gene Expression Pattern Divergence Between Drosophila Species

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Title: Dissecting Sources of Quantitative Gene Expression Pattern Divergence Between Drosophila Species
Author: Eckenrode, Kelly B; Lydiard-Martin, Tara; Pearl-Waserman, Sivanne; Wunderlich, Zeba Batool; Bragdon, Meghan D.; Depace, Angela

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Citation: Wunderlich, Zeba, Meghan D. Bragdon, Kelly B. Eckenrode, Tara Lydiard-Martin, Sivanne Pearl-Waserman, and Angela H. DePace. 2012. Dissecting sources of quantitative gene expression pattern divergence between Drosophila species. Molecular Systems Biology 8:604.
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Abstract: The function of a transcriptional circuit is compared in three closely related species of Drosophila. Using quantitative imaging of gene expression, targeted transgenic reporter fly lines, and a computational framework, the sources of their differing expression outputs are identified.
Published Version: doi:10.1038/msb.2012.35
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3435502/pdf/
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