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The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
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<h2>September 12th</h2>
<h2>September 12th</h2>
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The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
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<h2>September 13th</h2>
<h2>September 13th</h2>
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The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
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<h2>September 14th</h2>
<h2>September 14th</h2>
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The adult male and virgin female flies from microinjected embryos were mated with yw virgin female flies and yw male flies, respectively. Mated flies were transferred to the new food vials in every three days to lay eggs as much as possible. The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
The adult male and virgin female flies from microinjected embryos were mated with yw virgin female flies and yw male flies, respectively. Mated flies were transferred to the new food vials in every three days to lay eggs as much as possible. The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
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<h2>September 15th</h2>
<h2>September 15th</h2>
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The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.
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<h2>September 16th</h2>
<h2>September 16th</h2>

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September 11th


The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.





September 12th


The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.



September 13th


The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.



September 14th


The adult male and virgin female flies from microinjected embryos were mated with yw virgin female flies and yw male flies, respectively. Mated flies were transferred to the new food vials in every three days to lay eggs as much as possible. The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.

September 15th


The female-virgin flies (yw) and male flies (yw) were again collected and separately kept at 25℃.



September 16th


The adult male and virgin female flies from microinjected embryos were mated with yw virgin female flies and yw male flies, respectively. In total 83 flies from microinjected embryos were mated with yw flies. Mated flies were transferred to the new food vials in every three days to lay eggs as much as possible.

September 17th


The progeny flies were inspected by dissecting microscope to look for the successfully transformed w+ red eye flies (red eye screening). However, no red eye fly was found.