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Contact: Martina Hödl
University of Zurich

Viable and Fertile Fruit Flies in the Absence of Histone H3.3

Caption: Drosophila wing imaginal disc: Non-stained cells, areas in black, can not modify their histone H3 at the lysin. But the cells can divide and read genes. Dark blue represents non-mutant cells, cyan represents the modification at the lysin.

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