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Sci. Signal., 27 July 2010
[DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.2000740]

Supplementary Materials for:

The Drosophila Female Germline Stem Cell Lineage Acts to Spatially
Restrict DPP Function Within the Niche

Ming Liu, Tit Meng Lim, Yu Cai*

*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: caiyu{at}tll.org.sg

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  • Fig. S1. The generation of the stet1A3 mutant.
  • Fig. S2. stet functions in the germ line and is involved in the generation of multiple
    EGFR ligands.
  • Fig. S3. EGFR functions through the MAPK but not the PI3K or PLC-γ pathway.
  • Fig. S4. pERK is expressed in ESCs and ECs.
  • Fig. S5. stet1A3 mutant germarium exhibits non–cell autonomous defects.
  • Fig. S6. stet is required in GSCs for germline homeostasis.
  • Fig. S7. pMad expression domain is expanded in stet1A3 germaria.
  • Fig. S8. Dad-lacZ expression domain is expanded in EGFR-MAPK germaria.
  • Fig. S9. dpp transcripts are detected in wild-type and stet1A3 germaria.
  • Fig. S10. DPP functions in the niche.
  • Fig. S11. dally mRNA is detected in wild-type and EGFR-MAPK germaria.
  • Fig. S12. A model.
  • Fig. S13. Defective cellular extension is not sufficient for expanded DPP function
    outside the niche.
  • Fig. S14. Germaria with ectopic Hh or Wg expression do not exhibit the formation of
    ectopic spectrosome-containing cells.
  • Fig. S15. Conditional removal of DPP from the niche suppresses the stet1A3 mutant
    phenotype.

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Citation: M. Liu, T. M. Lim, Y. Cai, The Drosophila Female Germline Stem Cell Lineage Acts to Spatially Restrict DPP Function Within the Niche. Sci. Signal. 3, ra57 (2010).

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