Genetic Dissection of the Drosophila Brain

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Tripartite Mushroom Body Architecture Revealed by Antigenic Markers
Genetic Analysis of the Drosophila Ellipsoid Body Neuropil: Organization and Development of the Central Complex
Development of the Drosophila Mushroom Bodies: Sequential Generation of Three Distinct Types of Neurons from a Neuroblast
GAL4-Responsive UAS-tau as a Tool for Studying the Anatomy and Development of the Drosophila Central Nervous System
The Drosophila Mushroom Body is a Quadruple Structure of Clonal Units Each of which Contains a Virtually Identical Set of Neurones and Glial Cells

-development- Specific Genes/Mutants
-development- Enhancer-trap Lines
Giant Fiber Pathway (Enhancer Trap Line 307)

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