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Fig. 8 | BMC Developmental Biology

Fig. 8

From: Electrochemical patterns during Drosophila oogenesis: ion-transport mechanisms generate stage-specific gradients of pH and membrane potential in the follicle-cell epithelium

Fig. 8

Some inhibitors exert influence on the d-v Vmem-gradient in the FCE during S10b (SIM-experiment; DiBAC). Glibenclamide and verapamil led to hyperpolarisation in both FC types, but especially in vFC, thus lowering the inclination of the d-v gradient (angle × 0.1 and × 0.5, respectively). Amiloride, bafilomycin, 9-anthroic acid and furosemide showed no significant effects on the d-v gradient (cf. Additional file 2: Table S6). For statistics, see legend to Fig. 4

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