Need deficiency in 2E-F area

William Gelbart gelbart at MORGAN.HARVARD.EDU
Wed Jan 25 09:43:55 EST 1995


Dear Stephen,

FlyBase has a new tool called CytoSearch that can give you a listing
of all deletions in 2E-F.  We can't however direct you to which laboratories
have any of them in stock.  (Hope to someday.)  Below is the list of 
replies to a CytoSearch query for 2E-2F.  I'm also attaching a copy of
our public announcement of the FlyBase home page, in case you missed it.

Best regards,

Bill Gelbart

---------------------list of 2E-2F deletions begins------------------------

 
 




 Deletions
  involving 2E-2F +/- 2 divisions : 
  maximum segment size for duplications: 6 division
  maximum segment size for deletions: 2 division
   
  --- Deleted segments
 1E3-4; 3C8-9             Tp(1;3)N[50k]*
 1E5-F1; 3C3-5            Tp(1;2)w[m52b]*
 1F; 3C                   Tp(1;Y)B4*
 2A2-3; 3C3-4             Tp(1;4)w[m52b13]*
 2B6; 2E1-2               Df(1)dor2T
 2C2-3; 3E2-3             Df(1)z1
 2C2-4; 2E2-F1            Df(1)Pgd35
 2C5-6; 3A9-B1            Df(1)z4
 2C5-6; 3B2-3             Df(1)z3
 2C8-9; 3A1-2             Df(1)pn10
 2C8-9; 3E3-4             Df(1)w-N14a
 2C10-D1; 3C6-7           Df(1)N-264-79
 2D; 3C1-2                Df(1)w71b
 2D2-3; 3C11-12           Df(1)N-264-99
 2D3-4; 2E3               Df(1)pn38
 2D3-4; 2F5               Df(1)Pgd-kz
 2D3-4; 3E2-3             Df(1)N-264-38
 2D4-5; 3C3-4             Df(1)z2
 2D5; 2F5                 Df(1)pn24
 2D6-E1; 3C2-3            Df(1)w64c
 2E-F; 3A3                Df(1)z-deb3
 2E-F; 3A3                Df(1)z-deb92
 2E-F; 4B                 Df(1)cho7
 [2E]; [2E]               Df(1)24
 2E1-2; 3C1-2             Df(1)c99-w[m4]
 2E1-2; 3C2               Df(1)64c18
 2E1; 3A4                 Df(1)pn7a
 2E1; 3C1-3               Df(1)TEM501
 2E2-F1; 3A4-6            Df(1)TEM304
 2E2-F1; 3C1-2            Df(1)TEM1
 2E3-F; 3A5-B4            Df(1)278.4B1
 2F-3A; 3A                Df(1)HM458
 2F1; 3A4                 Df(1)2F1-3A4
 2F2; 3A6                 Df(1)11-83
 2F2; 3A6                 Df(1)Sp2F-3A
 2F3-4; 3C1-2             Df(1)w68
 2F5-3A1; 3A3             Df(1)TEM6
 2F5-3A1; 3C2-4           Df(1)TEM75
 2F5-3A1; 3C3             Df(1)X10
 2F6-3A1; 3B4-C1          Df(1)X12
 2F6; 3C5                 Df(1)70b23
 2F6; 3C5                 Df(1)JC19

------------------list of 2E-2F deletions ends---------------------------

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