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Figure 3: E protein-mediated endoreplication defects do not have mitotic feature. (a) The schematic showing the difference of cell cycle progression between mitotic cell cycle and endocycle (endoreplication). Note that phospho-H3 is a mitotic marker. (b-b”) The salivary glands of ptc-Gal4 (indicated by yellow color) and E protein homodimer driven by ptc-Gal4 (indicated by green color) are shown in the same image. DAPI marks DNA (b). Note that certain fat body cells surrounding the salivary glands are indicated by white arrows. (b') Phospho-H3 staining of (b). The merged image of DAPI and phospho-H3 is shown in (b”). The scale bar is 50 μm

Figure 3: E protein-mediated endoreplication defects do not have mitotic feature. (a) The schematic showing the difference of cell cycle progression between mitotic cell cycle and endocycle (endoreplication). Note that phospho-H3 is a mitotic marker. (b-b”) The salivary glands of <i>ptc-Gal4</i> (indicated by yellow color) and E protein homodimer driven by <i>ptc-Gal4</i> (indicated by green color) are shown in the same image. DAPI marks DNA (b). Note that certain fat body cells surrounding the salivary glands are indicated by white arrows. (b') Phospho-H3 staining of (b). The merged image of DAPI and phospho-H3 is shown in (b”). The scale bar is 50 μm