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August 13, 2010

Volume 285Issue 33p25103-25874
Open Access
On The Cover: The sumoylation status of Spalt-like (Sall) proteins modulates their capacity to induce formation of ectopic veins and to get the final wing size. Pseudo-colored micrographs of female Drosophila wings are shown, each column being a different genotype. From left to right: first column, wild-type wings; second column, wings that overexpress the Spalt protein; third column, wings that overexpress a mutant form of Spalt not modifiable by Sumo; fourth column, wings that overexpress the Spalt-related protein; fifth column, wings that overexpress a mutant form of Spalt-related protein not modifiable by sumoylation. For details see the article by Sánchez et al., pages 25841–25849....
On The Cover: The sumoylation status of Spalt-like (Sall) proteins modulates their capacity to induce formation of ectopic veins and to get the final wing size. Pseudo-colored micrographs of female Drosophila wings are shown, each column being a different genotype. From left to right: first column, wild-type wings; second column, wings that overexpress the Spalt protein; third column, wings that overexpress a mutant form of Spalt not modifiable by Sumo; fourth column, wings that overexpress the Spalt-related protein; fifth column, wings that overexpress a mutant form of Spalt-related protein not modifiable by sumoylation. For details see the article by Sánchez et al., pages 25841–25849.

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