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Loss of the extraproteasomal ubiquitin receptor Rings lost impairs ring canal growth in Drosophila oogenesis

By Tobias Morawe, Mona Honemann-Capito, Walter von Stein and Andreas Wodarz


Rings lost fulfills a novel function in Drosophila development for a ubiquitin receptor as an essential mediator of ring canal growth during oogenesis

Topics: Research Articles
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
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