Immunostaining and RNA in situ experiments
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Structure and function of an ectopic Polycomb chromatin domain
Sci Adv, Jan 9, 2019; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aau9739

The procedure for antibody staining of imaginal discs has been described previously (8). Rabbit anti-En (1:500; SC 28640, Santa Cruz Biotechnology Inc.) and mouse anti-HA (1:100; PRB-101C, Abcam) were used for the immunostaining experiments.

For RNA in situ, we used pBS II SK(+) plasmid for cloning PCR fragments amplified by the following primers: yellow, GGGGGTACCCGGAGCTAATTCCGTATCCA and GGGGGATCCTCTTCCGTCCTGGTTTCATC; Msp300, GGGGGTACCACATAGCCCAAACGGAACAG and GGGGGATCCGCCTGCTTCTTCTCATCCAG; CG1504, GGGGGATCCAGAACCTGTCGACCATCCTG and GGGGGTACCCCGTCGAGTAGGGTGTGAAT; and CG1631, GGGGGTACCCTGCCAATTCCAGAGACCAG and GGGGGATCCGCCCTACTCAAAAAGCTCCA. Digoxigenin-labeled RNA antisense probe synthesis and whole-mount in situ hybridization were carried out as previously described (38).

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