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Transcriptomic and functional analysis of the oosome, a unique form of germ plasm in the wasp Nasonia vitripennis
The oosome is the germline determinant in the wasp Nasonia vitripennis and is homologous to the polar granules of Drosophila. Despite a common evolutionary origin and developmental role, the oosome is morphologically quite distinct from polar granules. It is a solid sphere that migrates within the cytoplasm before budding out and forming pole cells. Results: To gain an understanding of both the molecular basis of the novel form of the oosome, and the conserved essential features of germ plasm,doi:10.1101/384032 fatcat:2jvz5egikvf3lhxk7jgwj5lhxi