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Catalog #Name of cloneRunning titlePublication
RDB01823Bombyx cadBombyx caudal cDNAXu, X., A maternal homeobox gene, Bombyx caudal, forms both mRNA and protein concentration gradients spanning anteroposterior axis during gastrulation. Development, 120, 277-285 (1994). PMID 7908628. (original).
RDB01827Bombyx hunchbackBombyx hb cDNAXu, X., Double-segment defining role of even-skipped homologs along the evolution of insect pattern formation. Develop. Growth differ., 39, 515-522 (1997). PMID 9352206. (original).
RDB01828Bombyx antennapediaBombyx Antp cDNANagata, T., Developmental expression of the Bombyx Antennapedia homologue and homeotic changes in the Nc mutant. Genes to Cell., 1, 555-568 (1996). PMID 9078385. (original).
RDB01829Bombyx POU-M1/SGF-3Bombyx silk gland factor-3 cDNAFukuta, M., Molecular cloning of a POU domain-containing factor involved in the regulation of the Bombyx sericin-1 gene. J. Biol. Chem., 268, 19471-19475 (1993). PMID 7690034. (original).
RDB01830Bombyx engrailedBombyx en cDNAHui, C.C., Molecular characterization and silk gland expression of Bombyx engrailed and invected genes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 167-171 (1992). PMID 1346065. (original).
RDB01831Bombyx invectedBombyx in cDNAHui, C.C., Molecular characterization and silk gland expression of Bombyx engrailed and invected genes. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 167-171 (1992). PMID 1346065. (original).
RDB01836Bombyx teachealess (N-terminal domain)Bombyx trh-N cDNAMatsunami, K., Embryonic silk gland development in Bombyx: molecular cloning and expression of the Bombyx trachealess gene. Dev. Genes Evol. 209 (9): 507-514 (1999). PMID 10502107. (original).
RDB01837Bombyx trachealess (C-terminal domain)Bombyx trh-C cDNAMatsunami, K., Embryonic silk gland development in Bombyx: molecular cloning and expression of the Bombyx trachealess gene. Dev. Genes Evol. 209 (9): 507-514 (1999). PMID 10502107. (original).

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