Inx2 protein in embryonic epidermal cells just after completion of dorsal closure.
A projection of Z-series images showing the distribution of Inx2 protein (blue) in epidermal cells of a 10-12 hour old, wild type embryo. The embryo has been antibody stained to detect fasciclinIII (red), an adhesion molecule located on cell plasma membranes. Arrowheads indicate where leading edge cells have joined at the dorsal surface midline of the embryo. Nearly all Inx2 staining coincides with cell plasma membranes.