P element excision

Brian Ring bring at FREENET.TLH.FL.US
Fri Oct 3 21:08:57 EST 1997


 It seems that the 5' end of P's are lost more frequently...We see this 
alot in the lab...plus this is the shortest route of deletion into the w 
or rosy gene for eye color in the p-element and since we use w- or ry- 
screens to identify imperfect excisions this may be the consequence seen 
above...
	Good luck,

Brian Ring @ the bio zoo
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Dept.of Biology
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Florida State University
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On 23 Sep 1997, Martin Cann wrote:

> Date: 23 Sep 1997 07:38:58 -0700
> From: Martin Cann <mjcann at MED.CORNELL.EDU>
> To: dros at net.bio.net
> Subject: P element excision
> 
> Is there a directionality to the genomic DNA lost when imprecisely
> excising a P element (i.e. from the 5' or 3' end of the P element)
> 
> Many thanks for your help.
> 
> Martin Cann
> Cornell University Medical College
> 
> mjcann at med.cornell.edu
> 
> 



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