Data from: Accurate measurements of dynamics and reproducibility in small genetic networks

Julien O. Dubuis, Reba Samanta & Thomas Gregor
Quantification of gene expression has become a central tool for understanding genetic networks. In many systems the only viable way to measure protein levels is by immunofluorescence, which is notorious for its limited accuracy. Using the early Drosophila embryo as an example, we show that careful identification and control of experimental error allows for highly accurate gene expression measurements. We generated antibodies in different host species, allowing for simultaneous staining of four Drosophila gap genes...
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