The maternal gene bicoid (bcd) organizes anterior development in Drosophila. Its mRNA is localized at the anterior tip of the oocyte and early. Request PDF on ResearchGate | A gradient of Bicoid protein in Drosophila embryos | The maternal gene bicoid (bcd) organizes anterior. A gradient in concentration of the protein product of the bicoid gene is a determinant of the anterior–posterior axis of Drosophila embryos.
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A gradient of bicoid protein in Drosophila embryos. Its mRNA is localized at the anterior tip of the oocyte and early embryo.
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Antibodies raised against bcd fusion proteins recognize a kd doublet band in Western blots of extracts of hr old embryos. This protein is absent or reduced in embryonic extracts of nine of the 11 bcd alleles.
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A gradient of bicoid protein in Drosophila embryos.
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