Properties of Mutants of Drosophila melanogaster and Changes during Development as Revealed by Paper Chromatography
The principal aim of the present report is to present a series of data which demonstrate the applicability of simple chromatographic methods to the problems of investigating biochemical changes which occur during development of Drosophila melanogaster and studying biochemical differences between mutants of this organism. Extensive analyses of the data and their significance in relation to the work of other investigators will be reserved, for the most part, for subsequent and more detailed presentations.
Additional Information© 1951 National Academy of Sciences. Communicated by G. W. Beadle, July 9, 1951. This work was supported by funds from the Rockefeller Foundation and by funds from the Atomic Energy Commission administered through contract with the Office of Naval Research, United States Navy, Contract No. N6onr-244, T.O.V.
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