I was also facing the same problem when I was working with a stock
having both the Sco and Hu markers. If you look at the flies carefully,
the TM6B (Hu) flies would usually be more 'hairy' and have dark patches
on their back (thorax region) which would be absent in the Hu+ flies.
mitch dushay wrote:
> Has anyone in the community found there to be confounding interaction
> between the dominant markers Sco on the 2 and Hu on the 3? We're
> having trouble with a CyO/Sco; TM6b stock, and I wonder if some of
> our difficulty differentiating Hu and Hu+ flies comes from Sco.
> Thanks for any help.
> Mitchell Dushay
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