>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.
To Joyce Newton:
You could try
This is a database on Drosophila molecular genetics for scientists that work
on that organism. So you will get a lot of jargon...
I noticed you have a rwja address. I have a lab that works on Drosophila at
RWJ. If you want to drop by I could probably give you some more specific
info regarding your interests. The return e-mail on your message doesn't
seem to work, so I am sending this through drosnet.
Claudio Pikielny, Assistant Professor
Dept. of Neuroscience and Cell Biology, R-312
UMDNJ/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
675 Hoes Lane
Piscataway NJ 08854-5635, USA
As of June 1, 1997:
pikielcl at umdnj.edu