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nsri at NICOLE.UPD.EDU.PH
Fri Jun 13 02:25:36 EST 1997
13 June 1997
Sorry about posting this message on the net but the message I've sent to
your email address just bounced back. We happen to be in the same
university and in case
you didn't know, I happen to have a copy of Lindsley & Zimm's Genome of
Drosophila melanogaster (also known as the redbook). It contains
information of all genes known since 1989. It also has info about
the function of the proteins these genes code for as well as biblio. Now if
information about newly-discovered genes (especially those involved in
the molecular mechanisms of development, e.g. reaper), try accessing
flybase (http://cbbridges.harvard.edu/) and you'll get the needed info.
But if you're interested in my book or if you have more questions, drop
by at the lab I'm presently squatting in : Rm 119, Natural Sciences
Research Institute, UP Diliman -- and I'll be glad to help.
On Thu, 12 Jun 1997 Joyce at nicole.upd.edu.ph wrote:
> Please guide me to articles or Web sites where I can get information on
> which Drosophila genes have been identified along with their function.
> I am not a scientist so forgive my layman's language.
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