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Adam Noel Harris adhar at stanford.edu.XX
Mon May 18 16:58:39 EST 1998


Soenke Behrends <behrends at plexus.uke.uni-hamburg.de> wrote:
[...]
:dgca1   99B1-99B11
:dgcb1 100B1-100B9
:In humans there is a striking
:colocalization of the a1 and
:b1 genes of NO sensitive guanylyl
:cyclase on chromosome 4 (q31-33).
:My question is: Can it be said that
:dgca1 and dgcb1 also colocalize 
:genetically in drosophila. I have no 
:idea about the system and nomen-
:clature in drosophila. But it seems to 
:me that dgca1 and dgcb1 could be
:in a similar region? on the same 
:chromosome?

They are "near" each other on the distal tip of the right arm of
chromosome III.  You can take a look at some of what is known about that
region using the online Encyclopedia of Drosophila, provided by the
Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project and Flybase, at
http://shoofly.bdgp.berkeley.edu/

-Adam
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PGP Fingerprint = C0 65 A2 BD 8A 67 B3 19  F9 8B C1 4C 8E F2 EA 0E



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