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A Drosophila gene that maps to 3-66.2, and it encodes an RNA-binding protein that blocks translation. This repressor is localized at the posterior pole of embryos where it functions to shut down the translation of mRNAs produced by hunchback (q.v.).

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics — Chemistry.

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