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Branch Gene No. CG Number Gene Symbol Gene Full Name Chromosome Arm Expression Research Paper
4 129 CG10950 CG10950   2R Testis
Chan et al., 2011, Hum. Mol. Genet. 20(9): 1738--1750Expanded polyglutamine domain possesses nuclear export activity which modulates subcellular localization and toxicity of polyQ disease protein via exportin-1. [FBrf0214367]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 30948 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI00223
VDRC v41460 w[1118]; P{GD7141}v41460
VDRC v41462 w[1118]; P{GD7141}v41462
4 130 CG30002 CG30002   2R *
Zhan et al., 2011, Gene 470(1-2): 1--6Evolution of alternative splicing in newly evolved genes of Drosophila. [FBrf0212278]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107120 P{KK110873}VIE-260B
VDRC v26061 w[1118]; P{GD10689}v26061/CyO
VDRC v26063 w[1118]; P{GD10689}v26063
VDRC v49252 w[1118]; P{GD17417}v49252/CyO
VDRC v49253 w[1118]; P{GD17417}v49253
4 131 CG6536 mthl4 methuselah-like 4   2R Salivary gland, Crop, Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Heart, Fat body, Testis, Male accessory glands, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval CNS, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Patel et al., 2012, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 318(5): 368--387Dramatic expansion and developmental expression diversification of the methuselah gene family during recent Drosophila evolution. [FBrf0218628]
Garelli et al., 2012, Science 336(6081): 579--582Imaginal discs secrete insulin-like peptide 8 to mediate plasticity of growth and maturation. [FBrf0218214]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Rehwinkel, Natalin, et. al. 2006, Mol. Cell. Biol. 26 2965--2975Genome-wide analysis of mRNAs regulated by Drosha and Argonaute proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0191204][pmid.16581772][doi. 10.1128/MCB.26.8.2965-2975.2006]
Edwards, Rollmann, et. al. 2006 Quantitative genomics of aggressive behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Genet. 2 e154 paperWang, Kean, et. al. 2004 Function-informed transcriptome analysis of Drosophila renal tubule. Genome Biol. 5 R69 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paperWest, Llamas, et. al. 2001 Crystal structure of the ectodomain of Methuselah, a Drosophila G protein-coupled receptor associated with extended lifespan. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 3744--3749 paperBrody and Cravchik 2000 Drosophila melanogaster G Protein-coupled Receptors. J. Cell Biol. 150 F83--F88 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140006 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00018 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 141600 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05462 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c06782a
4 132 CG34102 BG642163 BG642163   2L Male accessory glands
Takemori and Yamamoto, 2009, Proteomics 9(9): 2484--2493Proteome mapping of the Drosophila melanogaster male reproductive system. [FBrf0208046][pmid.19343724][doi.10.1002/pmic.200800795]
Mueller et al., 2005, Genetics 171(1): 131--143Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. [FBrf0187652]
4 133 CG9129 CG9129   3L Testis
Wei et al., 2003, Genome 46(6): 1049--1058Functional genomic analysis of the 61D-61F region of the third chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0167686]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141865 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05307 P{FRT(w[hs])}2A P{neoFRT}82B P{Car20y}96E/TM6B, Tb[1] Sac1
BDSC 34268 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG9129[MI02020]
VDRC v106740 P{KK106951}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG9129[GD14129]
4 134 CG10529 Lcp65Ae Lcp65Ae   3L Tubule, Fat body, Mated spermatheca, Larval hindgut
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][21177959][10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Weake et al., 2008, EMBO J. 27(2): 394--405 SAGA-mediated H2B deubiquitination controls the development of neuronal connectivity in the Drosophila visual system. [FBrf0204567]
Blanco et al., 2008, Genome Biol. 9(9): R134 Conserved chromosomal clustering of genes governed by chromatin regulators in Drosophila. [FBrf0207036]
Bellen et al., 2004, Genetics 167(2): 761--781 The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. [FBrf0179132]
Anholt and Mackay, 2001, Behav. Genet. 31(1): 17--27 The genetic architecture of odor-guided behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0138231]
Iconomidou, Willis, et. al. 1999 Is -pleated sheet the molecular conformation which dictates formation of helicoidal cuticle? Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 29 285--292 paperCharles, Chihara, et. al. 1998 Identification of proteins and developmental expression of RNAs encoded by the 65A cuticle protein gene cluster in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 28 131--138 paperCharles, Chihara, et. al. 1997 A cluster of cuticle protein genes of Drosophila melanogaster at 65A: sequence, structure and evolution. Genetics 147 1213--1224 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v35767 w[1118]; P{GD13615}v35767
4 135 CG8358 CG8358   3R Head, Midgut, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass
Baycin-Hizal et al., 2011, J. Proteome Res. 10(6): 2777--2784GlycoFly: A Database of Drosophila N-linked Glycoproteins Identified Using SPEG-MS Techniques. [FBrf0213834]
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Lebo et al., 2009, BMC Genomics 10: 80Somatic, germline and sex hierarchy regulated gene expression during Drosophila metamorphosis. [FBrf0207472]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200572 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV1}GS3231/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
Kyoto DGRC 205456 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS12595/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG16817
BDSC 16661 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG16817[EY05607] CG16817
BDSC 18350 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG8358[f00626]
BDSC 22766 y[1] w[67c23]; Mi{ET1}MB00319
BDSC 32617 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG8358[G8830]
VDRC v15161 w[1118]; P{GD4959}v15161
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG8358[f00626]
FBrf0200345 - P{PTT-GB}CG16817[CB02934] CG16817
4 136 CG33124 CG33124   2L Salivary gland, Tubule, Hindgut, Male accessory glands, Mated spermatheca, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval carcass
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200232 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV1}GS2050/SM1
BDSC 24695 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33124[MB04348]
VDRC v105570 P{KK105791}VIE-260B
VDRC v2552 w[1118]; P{GD824}v2552/TM3
4 137 CG14031 Cyp4ac3 Cyp4ac3   2L Brain, Head, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Crop, Midgut, Hindgut, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval midgut, Larval hindgut, Larval carcass
Niwa et al., 2011, Appl. Ent. Zool. 46(4): 533--543Expressions of the cytochrome P450 monooxygenase gene Cyp4g1 and its homolog in the prothoracic glands of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae) and the silkworm Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae). [FBrf0216541]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Giraudo, Unnithan, et. al. 2010 Regulation of cytochrome P450 expression in Drosophila: Genomic insights. Pestic. Biochem. Physiol. 97 115--122 paperChung, Sztal, et. al. 2009, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 106 5731--5736 Characterization of Drosophila melanogaster cytochrome P450 genes. [FBrf0207683][pmid.19289821][doi.10.1073/pnas.0812141106]
Kapelnikov et al., 2008, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105(37): 13912--13917 Mating induces an immune response and developmental switch in the Drosophila oviduct. [FBrf0207258]
Davies, Williams, et. al. 2006 Expression and down-regulation of cytochrome P450 genes of the CYP4 family by ecdysteroid agonists in Spodoptera littoralis and Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 36 801--807 paperTijet, Helvig, et. al. 2001 The cytochrome P450 gene superfamily in Drosophila melanogaster: annotation, intron-exon organization and phylogeny. Gene 262 189--198 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27195 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}Cyp4ac3[G6034] tkv[G6034]
VDRC v103489 P{KK111025}VIE-260B
VDRC v48920 w[1118]; P{GD16790}v48920
VDRC v48921 w[1118]; P{GD16790}v48921
VDRC v9516 w[1118] P{GD483}v9516
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}tkv[c06673] tkv
4 138 CG34098 Acp54A1 Acp54A1   2R -
Begun and Lindfors, 2005, Mol. Biol. Evol. 22(10): 2010--2021Rapid evolution of genomic Acp complement in the melanogaster subgroup of Drosophila. [FBrf0188080]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
FBrf0208510 - Acp54A1[KK115276]
4 139 CG11106 CG11106   X Testis
Fischer et al., 2012, Proc. Biol. Sci. 279(1738): 2636--2644Conserved properties of Drosophila and human spermatozoal mRNA repertoires. [FBrf0218415]
Moussian et al., 2005, Dev. Dyn. 233(3): 1056--1063Retroactive, a membrane-anchored extracellular protein related to vertebrate snake neurotoxin-like proteins, is required for cuticle organization in the larva of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0187427]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v104245 P{KK106277}VIE-260B
VDRC v30893 w[1118]; P{GD6663}v30893
4 140 CG5999 CG5999   3R Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Larval midgut, Larval tubule
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288 Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Chen, Lee, et. al. 2012, PLoS ONE 7 e34620 Genome-wide transcription analysis of clinal genetic variation in Drosophila. [FBrf0218087][pmid.22514645][doi.10.1371/journal.pone.0034620]
Baycin-Hizal et al., 2011, J. Proteome Res. 10(6): 2777--2784 GlycoFly: A Database of Drosophila N-linked Glycoproteins Identified Using SPEG-MS Techniques. [FBrf0213834]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Fern?ndez-Ayala et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(1): e8549 Gene expression in a Drosophila model of mitochondrial disease. [FBrf0209705]
Gruenewald, Botella, et. al. 2009 Hyperoxia-induced neurodegeneration as a tool to identify neuroprotective genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Free Radical Biol. Med. 46 1668--1676 paperKasuya, Kaas, et. al. 2009 Effects of lithium chloride on the gene expression profiles in Drosophila heads. Neurosci. Res. 64 413--420 paperZraly, Middleton, et. al. 2006 Hormone-response genes are direct in vivo regulatory targets of Brahma (SWI/SNF) complex function. J. Biol. Chem. 281 35305--35315 paperVodovar, Vinals, et. al. 2005 Drosophila host defense after oral infection by an entomopathogenic Pseudomonas species. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102 11414--11419 paperRoxstrom-Lindquist, Terenius, et. al. 2004 Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. EMBO Rep. 5 207--212 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paperLuque and O'Reilly 2002 Functional and phylogenetic analyses of a putative Drosophila melanogaster UDP-glycosyltransferase gene. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 32 1597--1604 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 5999R-1 CG5999[NIG.5999R]
NIG-Fly 5999R-2 CG5999[NIG.5999R]
BDSC 22719 y[1] w[67c23]; Mi{ET1}MB00176
VDRC v107871 P{KK104598}VIE-260B
VDRC v33339 w[1118]; P{GD2961}v33339
VDRC v46206 w[1118]; P{GD16217}v46206
VDRC v46207 w[1118]; P{GD16217}v46207
4 141 CG33333 CG33333   3R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v48456 w[1118]; P{GD16064}v48456
VDRC v48457 w[1118]; P{GD16064}v48457
4 142 CG11825 CG11825   2R Ovary
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Cunha et al., 2010, PLoS Genet. 6: e1001014Combinatorial binding leads to diverse regulatory responses: Lmd is a tissue-specific modulator of Mef2 activity. [FBrf0211225]
Gruenewald et al., 2009, Free Radical Biol. Med. 46(12): 1668--1676Hyperoxia-induced neurodegeneration as a tool to identify neuroprotective genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0208024]
Telonis-Scott et al., 2009, J. Insect Physiol. 55(6): 549--555Selection for cold resistance alters gene transcript levels in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0208060]
Spresser et al., 2008, J. Genet. 87(2): 109--117Characterization of gene expression regulated by human OTK18 using Drosophila melanogaster as a model system for innate immunity. [FBrf0205982]
Strub et al., 2008, Genome 51(6): 409--420Mutations of the withered (whd) gene in Drosophila melanogaster confer hypersensitivity to oxidative stress and are lesions of the carnitine palmitoyltransferase I (CPT I) gene. [FBrf0204832]
Langille and Clark, 2007, Genomics 90(3): 334--343Parent genes of retrotransposition-generated gene duplicates in Drosophila melanogaster have distinct expression profiles. [FBrf0200094]
Gonzalez-Aguero et al., 2005, Gene 345(2): 213--224Identification of genes expressed during Drosophila melanogaster gastrulation by using subtractive hybridization. [FBrf0187577]
Betran et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(12): 1854--1859Retroposed new genes out of the X in Drosophila. [FBrf0155820]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 126004 w[1118]; P{RS5}5-SZ-3346
Kyoto DGRC 203236 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11312/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 203812 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV7}GS22248/SM1
BDSC 13254 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}KG03694
BDSC 20677 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY11469
VDRC v101332 P{KK107624}VIE-260B
VDRC v33916 w[1118]; P{GD15686}v33916/CyO
VDRC v33917 w[1118]; P{GD15686}v33917
VDRC v49834 w[1118]; P{GD17728}v49834
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e02072
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}d02392
FBrf0202579 - CG11825[GD1916]
4 143 CG15527 RpS28a Ribosomal protein S28a   3R Testis
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Marygold et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(10): R216The ribosomal protein genes and Minute loci of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0205398]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 16419 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}Mgat2[EY07798] Mgat2
BDSC 17649 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}Axn[EY10228]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] Axn
BDSC 21838 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+m8]=Mae-UAS.6.11}Mgat2[DP01278] Mgat2
VDRC v102725 P{KK112278}VIE-260B
VDRC v39323 w[1118]; P{GD15792}v39323
FBrf0202579 - RpS28a[GD13125]
4 144 CG1442 eIF4E-6 eIF4E-6   3R Brain, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Crop, Midgut, Hindgut, Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Tettweiler et al., 2012, Comp. Funct. Genomics 2012: 960420 The Distribution of eIF4E-Family Members across Insecta. [FBrf0218730]
Hernandez et al., 2012, Development 139(17): 3211--3220 Eukaryotic initiation factor 4E-3 is essential for meiotic chromosome segregation, cytokinesis and male fertility in Drosophila. [FBrf0219080]
Alvarez-Ponce, Aguad?, et. al. 2009, Genome Res. 19 234--242 Network-level molecular evolutionary analysis of the insulin/TOR signal transduction pathway across 12 Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0206911][pmid.19141596][doi.10.1101/gr.084038.108Hernandez, Altmann, et. al. 2005, Mech. Dev. 122 529--543 Functional analysis of seven genes encoding eight translation initiation factor 4E (eIF4E) isoforms in Drosophila. [FBrf0184136][pmid.15804566]
Lasko, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F51--F56 The Drosophila melanogaster genome: translation factors and RNA binding proteins. [FBrf0129923]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140003 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00008 / TM3, Sb[1]
BDSC 22438 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}eIF4E-6[EY20966]
VDRC v17580 w[1118]; P{GD8319}v17580
VDRC v17581 w[1118]; P{GD8319}v17581/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c02689b
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}eIF4E-6[c02973]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}eIF4E-6[c05147a], PBac{PB}c05147b
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e03089
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e01496
4 145 CG33301 CG33301   2L -
Riedl et al., 2005, Behav. Genet. 35(3): 231--244Drosophila soluble guanylyl cyclase mutants exhibit increased foraging locomotion: behavioral and genomic investigations. [FBrf0187131]
Hwang et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(20): 11423--11427Transcriptional repression of euchromatic genes by Drosophila heterochromatin protein 1 and histone modifiers. [FBrf0139788]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4791R-1 CG33301[NIG.4791R]
NIG-Fly 4791R-3 CG33301[NIG.4791R]
VDRC v108716 P{KK106726}VIE-260B
4 146 CG33300 Muc30E Mucin 30E   2L Testis
Syed et al., 2008, PLoS ONE 3(8): e3041A potential role for Drosophila mucins in development and physiology. [FBrf0205867]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 35970 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}Muc30E[MI02147]
VDRC v46768 w[1118]; P{GD16753}v46768
4 147 CG31060 Gr98c Gustatory receptor 98c   3R Tubule, Mated spermatheca, Larval hindgut
Weiss et al., 2011, Neuron 69(2): 258--272The Molecular and Cellular Basis of Bitter Taste in Drosophila. [FBrf0212834]
Zhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
McBride et al., 2007, Genetics 177(3): 1395--1416Five Drosophila genomes reveal nonneutral evolution and the signature of host specialization in the chemoreceptor superfamily. [FBrf0201999]
Scott et al., 2001, Cell 104(5): 661--673A chemosensory gene family encoding candidate gustatory and olfactory receptors in Drosophila. [FBrf0134489]
Clyne et al., 2000, Science 287(5459): 1830--1834Candidate taste receptors in Drosophila. [FBrf0126794]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 36735 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HMS01626}attP40
FBrf0214518 - Gr98c[GD14618]
4 148 CG8931 CG8931   X Brain, Eye, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Crop, Tubule, Ovary, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval Salivary gland, Larval tubule, S2 cells (growing)
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108 Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Lebo et al., 2009, BMC Genomics 10: 80 Somatic, germline and sex hierarchy regulated gene expression during Drosophila metamorphosis. [FBrf0207472]
Lindsay et al., 2008, Genetics 180(2): 873--884 The dominant cold-sensitive Out-cold mutants of Drosophila melanogaster have novel missense mutations in the voltage-gated sodium channel gene paralytic. [FBrf0206931]
Legube, McWeeney, et. al. 2006, Genes Dev. 20 871--883 X-chromosome-wide profiling of MSL-1 distribution and dosage compensation in Drosophila. [FBrf0190549][pmid.16547175][doi.10.1101/gad.377506] Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102 Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 8931R-1 CG8931[NIG.8931R]
NIG-Fly 8931R-2 CG8931[NIG.8931R]
BDSC 17900 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG8931[e00903]
VDRC v11554 w[1118]; P{GD3385}v11554
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG8931[e00903]
4 149 CG11112 CG11112   2R Male accessory glands
Ceriani et al., 2002, J. Neurosci. 22(21): 9305--9319Genome-wide expression analysis in Drosophila reveals genes controlling circadian behavior. [FBrf0152147]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140635 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL02568 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
BDSC 28493 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}Eaf[G8126] CG11112[G8126]
VDRC v16192 w[1118]; P{GD7200}v16192
VDRC v16193 w[1118]; P{GD7200}v16193
VDRC v36466 w[1118]; P{GD7200}v36466
4 150 CG30018 mthl13 methuselah-like 13   2R Salivary gland, Crop, Tubule, Fat body, Male accessory glands
Patel et al., 2012, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 318(5): 368--387Dramatic expansion and developmental expression diversification of the methuselah gene family during recent Drosophila evolution. [FBrf0218628]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v3431 w[1118]; P{GD420}v3431/CyO
FBrf0202579 - mthl13[GD15735]
4 151 CG31077 CG31077   3R Midgut
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18451 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG31077[f01593]
BDSC 36396 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG31077[MI03855]
BDSC 37820 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG31077[MI04524]
VDRC v100188 P{KK104452}VIE-260B
VDRC v16478 w[1118]; P{GD6277}v16478
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG31077[f01593]
4 152 CG9476 αTub85E α-Tubulin at 85E   3R Testis, Larval carcass
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Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140117 y[*] w[*]; P{FRT(w[hs])}2A P{neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00620 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM3, Sb[1]
BDSC 26439 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB09123a Mi{ET1}MB09123b
BDSC 31703 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HM04009}attP2
VDRC v103202 P{KK109599}VIE-260B
FBrf0137313, FBrf0093522 - αTub85E[βTub85D.PH]
FBrf0202579 - αTub85E[GD14226]
4 153 CG14610 CG14610   3R Tubule, Testis, Male accessory glands, Larval midgut
Asha et al., 2003, Genetics 163(1): 203--215Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0155813]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200576 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV1}GS3236/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG2656
NIG-Fly 14610R-1 CG14610[NIG.14610R]
NIG-Fly 14610R-3 CG14610[NIG.14610R]
BDSC 14725 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG2656[KG08427] ry[506] CG2656
VDRC v104298 P{KK107172}VIE-260B
VDRC v32295 w[1118]; P{GD8376}v32295/TM3
VDRC v32296 w[1118]; P{GD8376}v32296/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG2656[e00303] CG2656
4 154 CG33296 CG33296   2L Brain, Head, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Salivary gland, Heart, Adult carcass
Miller et al., 2008, Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 38(10): 923--931The invertebrate B(0) system transporter, D. melanogaster NAT1, has unique d-amino acid affinity and mediates gut and brain functions. [FBrf0206657]
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Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 16657 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}Ntl[EY05549] Ntl
BDSC 33094 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG33296[MI00865]
VDRC v50499 w[1118]; P{GD17468}v50499
VDRC v50501 w[1118]; P{GD17468}v50501
4 155 CG11113 CG11113   2R Male accessory glands
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
FBrf0202579 - CG11113[GD15053]
4 156 CG14628 CG14628   X Testis
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Grieder et al., 2007, Genetics 175(4): 1707--1718Misexpression screen in Drosophila melanogaster aiming to reveal novel factors involved in formation of body parts. [FBrf0200458]
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Benos et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(5): 710--730From First Base: the sequence of the tip of the X chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster, a comparison of two sequencing strategies. [FBrf0135823]
Lasko, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F51--F56The Drosophila melanogaster genome: translation factors and RNA binding proteins. [FBrf0129923]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200126 y[1] w[67c23] P{w[+mC]=GSV1}CG14628[GS1122]/Binsinscy
VDRC v24889 w[1118]; P{GD8383}v24889
4 157 CG17177 CG17177   3L Male accessory glands
Sambandan et al., 2008, Genetics 179(2): 1079--1088Phenotypic plasticity and genotype by environment interaction for olfactory behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0205545]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 29138 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}ome[MB10610] CG17177[MB10610]
VDRC v51994 w[1118]; P{GD9305}v51994
4 158 CG5245 CG5245   3R Ovary, S2 cells (growing)
Krauchunas et al., 2012, Dev. Biol. 370(1): 125--134Protein phosphorylation changes reveal new candidates in the regulation of egg activation and early embryogenesis in D. melanogaster. [FBrf0219342]
Neuburger et al., 2006, Genetics 173(3): 1377--1387A genetic suppressor of two dominant temperature-sensitive lethal proteasome mutants of Drosophila melanogaster is itself a mutated proteasome subunit gene. [FBrf0194466]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 104141 w[*]; P{GawB}NP2255 / TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG5641
Kyoto DGRC 122030 w[1118]; P{EP}Pros25[EP931] Pros25
BDSC 16099 y[1] w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=5HPw[+]}CG5245[A366]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 16336 y[1] w[1118]; PBac{y[+mDint]=3HPy[+]}CG5245[C316]
BDSC 19862 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY07769 CG5641
BDSC 20112 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG5245[EY01254]
VDRC v104740 P{KK104013}VIE-260B
VDRC v27381 w[1118] P{GD11589}v27381
VDRC v27382 w[1118]; P{GD11589}v27382
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG5245[c06226]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG5245[f01028]
FBrf0194466 CG5245[t2]
4 159 CG14506 CG14506   3R Testis
Luo et al., 2011, Development 138(13): 2761--2771Direct targets of the D. melanogaster DSXF protein and the evolution of sexual development. [FBrf0213878]
Halfon et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(7): 1019--1028Computation-based discovery of related transcriptional regulatory modules and motifs using an experimentally validated combinatorial model. [FBrf0151337]
Lasko, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F51--F56The Drosophila melanogaster genome: translation factors and RNA binding proteins. [FBrf0129923]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 11316 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=PB}CG14506[c03887]
BDSC 29945 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB12211
VDRC v105907 P{KK105783}VIE-260B
VDRC v17684 w[1118]; P{GD8352}v17684
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG14506[c03887]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e04113
4 160 CG31791 CG43339   2L *
Di Cara et al., 2006, Insect Mol. Biol. 15(6): 813--822Structure and expression of a novel gene family showing male germline specific expression in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0192971]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18808 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}f04849 Mst36Fb
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f04849 Mst36Fb
4 161 CG4986 Mst57Dc Male-specific RNA 57Dc   3R Male accessory glands
Fischer et al., 2012, Proc. Biol. Sci. 279(1738): 2636--2644Conserved properties of Drosophila and human spermatozoal mRNA repertoires. [FBrf0218415]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Dottorini et al., 2011, BMC Bioinformatics 12: 34Gepoclu: a software tool for identifying and analyzing gene positional clusters in large-scale gene expression analysis. [FBrf0214379]
Fiumera, Dumont, et. al. 2007, Genetics 176 1245--1260Associations between sperm competition and natural variation in male reproductive genes on the third chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200888][pmid.17435238][doi.10.1534/genetics.106.06Mueller, Page, et. al. 2007, Genetics 175 777--783An ectopic expression screen reveals the protective and toxic effects of Drosophila seminal fluid proteins. [FBrf0194341][pmid.17110486][doi.10.1534/genetics.106.065318]
Ram and Wolfner 2007 Sustained post-mating response in Drosophila melanogaster requires multiple seminal fluid proteins. PLoS Genet. 3 e238 paperMueller, Ram, et. al. 2005 Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. Genetics 171 131--143 paperFitzpatrick 2004 Pleiotropy and the genomic location of sexually selected genes. Am. Nat. 163 800--808 paperRoxstrom-Lindquist, Terenius, et. al. 2004 Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. EMBO Rep. 5 207--212 paperCeriani, Hogenesch, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide expression analysis in Drosophila reveals genes controlling circadian behavior. J. Neurosci. 22 9305--9319 paperZou, Meadows, et. al. 2000 Genome-wide study of aging and oxidative stress response in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 97 13726--13731 paperCho, Won, et. al. 2000 Regulation of Mst57Dc expression in male accessory glands of Drosophila melanogaster. Mol. Cells 10 180--185 paperAndrews, Bouffard, et. al. 2000 Gene discovery using computational and microarray analysis of transcription in the Drosophila melanogaster testis. Genome Res. 10 2030--2043 paperCho, Lim, et. al. 1999 A 45-kDa cAMP-dependent phosphoprotein which is related to the product of Mst57Dc in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 29 701--710 paperSimmerl, Schaefer, et. al. 1995 Structure and regulation of a gene cluster for male accessory gland transcripts in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 25 127--137 paperSchafer 1986 The regulation of male-specific transcripts by sex determining genes in Drosophila melanogaster. EMBO J. 5 3579--3582 paperSchafer 1986 Genes for male-specific transcripts in Drosophila melanogaster. Mol. Gen. Genet. 202 219--225 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 23630 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}Mst57Dc[MB03566]
VDRC v106728 P{KK106698}VIE-260B
VDRC v19550 w[1118]; P{GD5724}v19550/TM3
FBrf0194341 - Mst57Dc[Scer\UAS.cMa]
FBrf0204298 - Mst57Dc[dsRNA.Sym.Scer\UAS]
4 162 CG13977 Cyp6a18 Cyp6a18   3R Tubule, Larval tubule
Niwa et al., 2011, Appl. Ent. Zool. 46(4): 533--543Expressions of the cytochrome P450 monooxygenase gene Cyp4g1 and its homolog in the prothoracic glands of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae) and the silkworm Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae). [FBrf0216541]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Chung, Sztal, et. al. 2009, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 106 5731--5736Characterization of Drosophila melanogaster cytochrome P450 genes. [FBrf0207683][pmid.19289821][doi.10.1073/pnas.0812141106]
Lai, Parnell, et. al. 2007, Mech. Ageing Dev. 128 237--249 Candidate genes affecting Drosophila life span identified by integrating microarray gene expression analysis and QTL mapping. [FBrf0194081][pmid.17196240][doi.10.1016/j.mad.2006.12.003] Hekmat-Scafe, Dang, et. al. 2005, Genetics 169 1477--1493 Seizure suppression by gain-of-function escargot mutations. [FBrf0183998][pmid.15654097]
Wang, Kean, et. al. 2004 Function-informed transcriptome analysis of Drosophila renal tubule. Genome Biol. 5 R69 paperDaborn, Boundy, et. al. 2001 DDT resistance in Drosophila correlates with Cyp6g1 over-expression and confers cross-resistance to the neonicotinoid imidacloprid. Mol. Genet. Genomics 266 556--563 paperTijet, Helvig, et. al. 2001 The cytochrome P450 gene superfamily in Drosophila melanogaster: annotation, intron-exon organization and phylogeny. Gene 262 189--198 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 13977R-3 Cyp6a18[NIG.13977R]
NIG-Fly 13977R-4 Cyp6a18[NIG.13977R]
VDRC v100415 P{KK104257}VIE-260B
VDRC v1294 w[1118]; P{GD323}v1294
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f05978
4 163 CG32601 βNACtes3   X *
Olenkina et al., 2012, Gene 499(1): 143--153Promoter contribution to the testis-specific expression of Stellate gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218043]
Usakin et al., 2005, Mol. Biol. Evol. 22(7): 1555--1560An alien promoter capture as a primary step of the evolution of testes-expressed repeats in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0188092]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 20580 y[1] w[67c23] P{y[+m8]=Mae-UAS.6.11}betaNACtes3[GG01843]
4 164 CG5770 CG5770   2R Midgut, Larval midgut
Wertheim et al., 2011, Mol. Ecol. 20(5): 932--949Functional genomics of the evolution of increased resistance to parasitism in Drosophila. [FBrf0213049]
Jin et al., 2008, Mol. Cells 25(4): 553--558Microarray analysis of the gene expression profiles of SL2 cells stimulated by LPS/PGN and curdlan. [FBrf0207133]
Kim et al., 2005, Nat. Immunol. 6(2): 211--218Downregulation of lipopolysaccharide response in Drosophila by negative crosstalk between the AP1 and NF-kappaB signaling modules. [FBrf0184193]
Kim et al., 2004, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101(33): 12153--12158MED16 and MED23 of Mediator are coactivators of lipopolysaccharide- and heat-shock-induced transcriptional activators. [FBrf0180625]
Silverman et al., 2003, J. Biol. Chem. 278(49): 48928--48934Immune activation of NF-kappaB and JNK requires Drosophila TAK1. [FBrf0167753]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 5770R-1 CG5770[NIG.5770R]
NIG-Fly 5770R-2 CG5770[NIG.5770R]
VDRC v106901 P{KK113254}VIE-260B
VDRC v28690 w[1118]; P{GD13245}v28690
VDRC v28691 w[1118]; P{GD13245}v28691
VDRC v49866 w[1118] P{GD17832}v49866
4 165 CG15460 CG15460   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 10070 w[67c23] P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(1)G0004[G0004]/FM7c l(1)G0004
VDRC v43403 w[1118]; P{GD9025}v43403
4 166 CG32595 CG32595   X Testis, Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 13248 y[1] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}NetB[KG03586]
VDRC v106431 P{KK112757}VIE-260B
4 167 CG2826 lectin-21Ca lectin-21Ca   2L Male accessory glands
Tanji et al., 2006, Biochem. J. 396(1): 127--138Participation of a galactose-specific C-type lectin in Drosophila immunity. [FBrf0189817]
Theopold et al., 1999, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 261(3): 923--927Insect glycobiology: A lectin multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0110927]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 23618 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB03472
VDRC v102844 P{KK105388}VIE-260B
VDRC v46588 w[1118]; P{GD14733}v46588
VDRC v46589 w[1118]; P{GD14733}v46589
4 168 CG8219 CG8219   3L Testis
Chan et al., 2011, Hum. Mol. Genet. 20(9): 1738--1750Expanded polyglutamine domain possesses nuclear export activity which modulates subcellular localization and toxicity of polyQ disease protein via exportin-1. [FBrf0214367]
Arancio et al., 2010, Genetics 185(1): 129--140The nucleosome remodeling factor ISWI functionally interacts with an evolutionarily conserved network of cellular factors. [FBrf0213976]
Doheny et al., 2008, PLoS ONE 3(12): e3864Telomeric position effect--a third silencing mechanism in eukaryotes. [FBrf0206330]
Bandyopadhyay et al., 2006, Genome Res. 16(3): 428--435Systematic identification of functional orthologs based on protein network comparison. [FBrf0190794]
Kristensen et al., 2005, Genetics 171(1): 157--167Genome-wide analysis on inbreeding effects on gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0187643]
Pena-Rangel et al., 2002, Genetics 160(3): 1035--1050A misexpression study examining dorsal thorax formation in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0147055]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 8219R-1 CG8219[NIG.8219R]
NIG-Fly 8219R-2 CG8219[NIG.8219R]
BDSC 17259 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG8219[EP3072]
VDRC v103487 P{KK109882}VIE-260B
VDRC v24244 w[1118]; P{GD13848}v24244
VDRC v24245 w[1118]; P{GD13848}v24245
VDRC v30066 w[1118]; P{GD14426}v30066
4 169 CG12055 Gapdh1 Glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate dehydrogenase 1   2R Salivary gland, Crop, Hindgut, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval Salivary gland, Larval fat body, Larval carcass
Duboff et al., 2012, Neuron 75(4): 618--632Tau Promotes Neurodegeneration via DRP1 Mislocalization In Vivo. [FBrf0219271]
Peralta et al., 2012, J. Biol. Chem. 287(29): 24174--24185Coiled Coil Domain-containing Protein 56 (CCDC56) Is a Novel Mitochondrial Protein Essential for Cytochrome c Oxidase Function. [FBrf0218928]
Thomas et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(7): e40276A Versatile Method for Cell-Specific Profiling of Translated mRNAs in Drosophila. [FBrf0218903]
Vesala et al., 2012, Insect Mol. Biol. 21(1): 107--118Cold tolerance and cold-induced modulation of gene expression in two Drosophila virilis group species with different distributions. [FBrf0217233]
O'Keefe et al., 2011, Hum. Mol. Genet. 20(3): 497--509Drosophila orthologue of WWOX, the chromosomal fragile site FRA16D tumour suppressor gene, functions in aerobic metabolism and regulates reactive oxygen species. [FBrf0212691]
Matta et al., 2011, Dev. Genes Evol. 221(1): 49--57Getting real with real-time qPCR: a case study of reference gene selection for morphological variation in Drosophila melanogaster wings. [FBrf0213646]
Sun, Li, et. al. 2011 Systems-scale analysis reveals pathways involved in cellular response to methamphetamine. PLoS ONE 6 e18215 paperDaines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Carvalho, Schwudke, et. al. 2010 Survival strategies of a sterol auxotroph. Development 137 3675--3685 paperBarnes, Strunk, et. al. 2010 Loss of the SIN3 transcriptional corepressor results in aberrant mitochondrial function. BMC Biochem. 11 26 paperAnholt and Williams 2010 The soluble proteome of the Drosophila antenna. Chem. Senses 35 21--30 paperSauli?re, Haque, et. al. 2010 The exon junction complex differentially marks spliced junctions. Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. 17 1269--1271 paperChang, Garcia-Alvarez, et. al. 2010 Interplay between the Transcription Factor Zif and aPKC Regulates Neuroblast Polarity and Self-Renewal. Dev. Cell 19 778--785 paperLee, Toh, et. al. 2010 Drosophila octamer elements and pdm-1 dictate the coordinated transcription of core histone genes. J. Biol. Chem. 285 9041--9053 papervan der Knaap, Kozhevnikova, et. al. 2010 Biosynthetic enzyme GMP synthetase cooperates with ubiquitin-specific protease 7 in transcriptional regulation of ecdysteroid target genes. Mol. Cell. Biol. 30 736--744 paperHartig, Esslinger, et. al. 2009 Endo-siRNAs depend on a new isoform of loquacious and target artificially introduced, high-copy sequences. EMBO J. 28 2932--2944 paperBossuyt, De Geest, et. al. 2009 The atonal proneural transcription factor links differentiation and tumor formation in Drosophila. PLoS Biol. 7 e40 paperPielage, Powell, et. al. 2008 RNAi screen reveals an Abl kinase-dependent host cell pathway involved in Pseudomonas aeruginosa internalization. PLoS Pathog. 4 e1000031 paperLiu and Lehmann 2008 Genes and biological processes controlled by the Drosophila FOXA orthologue Fork head. Insect Mol. Biol. 17 91--101 paperKind and Akhtar 2007 Cotranscriptional recruitment of the dosage compensation complex to X-linked target genes. Genes Dev. 21 2030--2040 paperPinnola, Naumova, et. al. 2007 Nucleosomal core histones mediate dynamic regulation of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase 1 protein binding to chromatin and induction of its enzymatic activity. J. Biol. Chem. 282 32511--32519 paperFlowers, Sezgin, et. al. 2007 Adaptive evolution of metabolic pathways in Drosophila. Mol. Biol. Evol. 24 1347--1354 paperWalser, Chen, et. al. 2006 Heat-shock promoters: targets for evolution by P transposable elements in Drosophila. PLoS Genet. 2 e165 paperCermelli, Guo, et. al. 2006 The lipid-droplet proteome reveals that droplets are a protein-storage depot. Curr. Biol. 16 1783--1795 paperRehwinkel, Natalin, et. al. 2006, Mol. Cell. Biol. 26 2965--2975 Genome-wide analysis of mRNAs regulated by Drosha and Argonaute proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0191204][pmid.16581772][doi.
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 15892 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY02989
BDSC 22360 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}mus205[EY20083] mus205
BDSC 26984 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}Gapdh1[G2285]
BDSC 36842 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.GL01094}attP2
VDRC v100596 P{KK108377}VIE-260B
VDRC v31631 w[1118]; P{GD7467}v31631
VDRC v31632 w[1118]; P{GD7467}v31632
FBrf0048676 - Gapdh1[-3.0]
FBrf0048676 - Gapdh1[-4.7]
FBrf0048676 - Gapdh1[-8.5]
FBrf0048676 - Gapdh1[Gapdh2.cSa]
FBrf0180305 - Gapdh1[825T]
FBrf0180305 - Gapdh1[850T]
FBrf0202579 - Gapdh1[GD17322]
4 170 CG31817 CG31817   2L Testis
Reese et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(4): 529--538Genie - Gene finding in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0127289]
Ashburner et al., 1999, Genetics 153(1): 179--219An exploration of the sequence of a 2.9-Mb region of the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. The Adh region. [FBrf0111326]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140345 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01400 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
NIG-Fly 31817R-2 CG31817[NIG.31817R]
NIG-Fly 31817R-4 CG31817[NIG.31817R]
BDSC 13516 w[1118]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG31817[KG04060]/CyO, P{ry[+t7.2]=sevRas1.V12}FK1
BDSC 37454 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG31817[MI04457]
VDRC v34003 w[1118]; P{GD10377}v34003/CyO
VDRC v34004 w[1118]; P{GD10377}v34004/TM3
FBrf0208510 - CG31817[KK103852]
4 171 CG31219 CG31219   3R Tubule
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Pospisilik et al., 2010, Cell 140(1): 148--160Drosophila genome-wide obesity screen reveals hedgehog as a determinant of brown versus white adipose cell fate. [FBrf0212676]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Asha et al., 2003, Genetics 163(1): 203--215Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0155813]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 14036 y[1] w[67c23]; ry[506] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG31220[KG06278] CG31220
BDSC 21154 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG31219[EY15727]
VDRC v15151 w[1118]; P{GD4956}v15151/TM3
4 172 CG31208 Gr92a Gustatory receptor 92a   3R Fat body
Luo et al., 2011, Development 138(13): 2761--2771Direct targets of the D. melanogaster DSXF protein and the evolution of sexual development. [FBrf0213878]
Weiss et al., 2011, Neuron 69(2): 258--272The Molecular and Cellular Basis of Bitter Taste in Drosophila. [FBrf0212834]
Zhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
McBride et al., 2007, Genetics 177(3): 1395--1416Five Drosophila genomes reveal nonneutral evolution and the signature of host specialization in the chemoreceptor superfamily. [FBrf0201999]
Dunipace et al., 2001, Curr. Biol. 11(11): 822--835Spatially restricted expression of candidate taste receptors in the Drosophila gustatory system. [FBrf0137203]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102611 P{KK103042}VIE-260B
VDRC v44408 w[1118]; P{GD3082}v44408/TM3
VDRC v44409 w[1118] P{GD3082}v44409
4 173 CG32582 CG32582   X Crop, Testis, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, S2 cells (growing)
Zhan et al., 2011, Gene 470(1-2): 1--6Evolution of alternative splicing in newly evolved genes of Drosophila. [FBrf0212278]
Kasprowicz et al., 2008, J. Cell Biol. 182(5): 1007--1016Inactivation of clathrin heavy chain inhibits synaptic recycling but allows bulk membrane uptake. [FBrf0215754]
Zhou et al., 2008, Genome Res. 18(9): 1446--1455On the origin of new genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0206967]
Levine et al., 2006, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103(26): 9935--9939Novel genes derived from noncoding DNA in Drosophila melanogaster are frequently X-linked and exhibit testis-biased expression. [FBrf0195088]
4 174 CG4960 CG4960   3R Testis
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Langille and Clark, 2007, Genomics 90(3): 334--343Parent genes of retrotransposition-generated gene duplicates in Drosophila melanogaster have distinct expression profiles. [FBrf0200094]
Betran et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(12): 1854--1859Retroposed new genes out of the X in Drosophila. [FBrf0155820]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4960R-1 CG4960[NIG.4960R]
NIG-Fly 4960R-3 CG4960[NIG.4960R]
VDRC v102701 P{KK112216}VIE-260B
VDRC v2732 w[1118]; P{GD566}v2732
VDRC v52391 w[1118] P{GD17828}v52391
VDRC v52392 w[1118]; P{GD17828}v52392/TM3
4 175 CG14527 CG14527   3R Head, Salivary gland, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Wertheim et al., 2011, Mol. Ecol. 20(5): 932--949Functional genomics of the evolution of increased resistance to parasitism in Drosophila. [FBrf0213049]
Stone and Ayroles, 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(5): e1000479Modulated modularity clustering as an exploratory tool for functional genomic inference. [FBrf0207986]
Kapelnikov et al., 2008, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105(37): 13912--13917Mating induces an immune response and developmental switch in the Drosophila oviduct. [FBrf0207258]
Yasuhara and Wakimoto, 2008, PLoS Genet. 4(1): e16Molecular landscape of modified histones in Drosophila heterochromatic genes and euchromatin-heterochromatin transition zones. [FBrf0202944]
Asha et al., 2003, Genetics 163(1): 203--215Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0155813]
McDonald and Rosbash, 2001, Cell 107(5): 567--578Microarray analysis and organization of circadian gene expression in Drosophila. [FBrf0141415]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14527R-1 CG14527[NIG.14527R]
NIG-Fly 14527R-3 CG14527[NIG.14527R]
BDSC 23603 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33203[MB03102] CG33203
BDSC 26462 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33203[MB09292] CG33203
VDRC v105531 P{KK104403}VIE-260B
VDRC v47093 w[1118]; P{GD16210}v47093
VDRC v47094 w[1118]; P{GD16210}v47094
FBrf0202579 - CG14527[GD1211]
4 176 CG14891 CG14891   3R Testis
Dui et al., 2012, J. Genet. Genomics 39(8): 397--413A Systematic Phenotypic Screen of F-box Genes Through a Tissue-specific RNAi-based Approach in Drosophila. [FBrf0219135]
Roberts et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(2): e31284Defining Components of the ?catenin Destruction Complex and Exploring Its Regulation and Mechanisms of Action during Development. [FBrf0217546]
Ni et al., 2008, Nat. Methods 5(1): 49--51Vector and parameters for targeted transgenic RNA interference in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200406]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14891R-2 CG14891[NIG.14891R]
NIG-Fly 14891R-3 CG14891[NIG.14891R]
BDSC 21772 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+t7.7] w[+mC]=wHy}CG14903[DG39106]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG14903
BDSC 26029 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG14891[MB05531]
BDSC 31057 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF01505}attP2
VDRC v102118 P{KK110801}VIE-260B
VDRC v18247 w[1118]; P{GD7647}v18247/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG14903[c02165] CG14903
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG14903[e02865] CG14903
4 177 CG2861 CG2861   X Testis
Bellen et al., 2004, Genetics 167(2): 761--781The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. [FBrf0179132]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 15107 y[1] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}KG06705
VDRC v103238 P{KK112618}VIE-260B
VDRC v20918 w[1118]; P{GD9835}v20918
4 178 CG10474 CG10474   2R Tubule, Adult carcass
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Riedl et al., 2007, Fly 1(1): 23--32Genetic and behavioral analysis of natural variation in Drosophila melanogaster pupation position. [FBrf0200063]
Inlow and Restifo, 2004, Genetics 166(2): 835--881Molecular and comparative genetics of mental retardation. [FBrf0174714]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25457 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB05655
VDRC v104451 P{KK106462}VIE-260B
VDRC v41455 w[1118]; P{GD6986}v41455
4 179 CG31220 CG31220   3R Testis
Nakamura et al., 2008, Mol. Cell. Biol. 28(21): 6620--6631TRF4 is involved in polyadenylation of snRNAs in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207153]
Asha et al., 2003, Genetics 163(1): 203--215Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0155813]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141774 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06265 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1] CG6195
NIG-Fly 31220R-2 CG31220[NIG.31220R]
NIG-Fly 31220R-4 CG31220[NIG.31220R]
BDSC 14036 y[1] w[67c23]; ry[506] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG31220[KG06278]
BDSC 15424 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG6195[EY02597] CG6195
BDSC 21154 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG31219[EY15727] CG31219
BDSC 34281 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI02125/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
VDRC v100968 P{KK106381}VIE-260B
VDRC v7201 w[1118]; P{GD674}v7201
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG6195[e01253] CG6195
4 180 CG33235 CG33235   X Testis
Zhou et al., 2008, Genome Res. 18(9): 1446--1455On the origin of new genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0206967]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v19355 w[1118]; P{GD8941}v19355
VDRC v48440 w[1118]; P{GD16029}v48440/TM3
VDRC v48441 w[1118]; P{GD16029}v48441
FBrf0208510 - CG33235[KK111514]
4 181 CG14027 TotM Turandot M   2L Head, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass
Immonen and Ritchie, 2012, Proc. Biol. Sci. 279(1732): 1359--1365The genomic response to courtship song stimulation in female Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217554]
An et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e34510Insect Neuropeptide Bursicon Homodimers Induce Innate Immune and Stress Genes during Molting by Activating the NF-B Transcription Factor Relish. [FBrf0217909]
Gr?nholm et al., 2012, FASEB J. 26(3): 1239--1250Not4 enhances JAK/STAT pathway-dependent gene expression in Drosophila and in human cells. [FBrf0217636]
Vanha-Aho et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(5): e37153Functional Characterization of the Infection-Inducible Peptide Edin in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218357]
Zhang et al., 2011, J. Exp. Biol. 214(23): 4021--4029Divergent transcriptomic responses to repeated and single cold exposures in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0216629]
Chen et al., 2011, J. Biol. Chem. 286(11): 9020--9030E2 Ligase dRad6 Regulates DMP53 Turnover in Drosophila. [FBrf0213391]
Kim, Lin, et. al. 2010 Enhancement of stress resistances and downregulation of Imd pathway by lower developmental temperature in Drosophila melanogaster. Exp. Gerontol. 45 984--987 paperKallio, Myllym?ki, et. al. 2010 Eye transformer is a negative regulator of Drosophila JAK/STAT signaling. FASEB J. 24 4467--4479 paperObbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698 Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Chamilos, Lewis, et. al. 2008 Drosophila melanogaster as a model host to dissect the immunopathogenesis of zygomycosis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105 9367--9372 paperGordon et al., 2008, PLoS Pathog. 4(7): e1000111 Pathogenesis of listeria-infected Drosophila wntD mutants is associated with elevated levels of the novel immunity gene edin. [FBrf0205745]
Kleino, Myllymaki, et. al. 2008 Pirk is a negative regulator of the Drosophila Imd pathway. J. Immunol. 180 5413--5422 paperAllen and Spradling 2008 The Sf1-related nuclear hormone receptor Hr39 regulates Drosophila female reproductive tract development and function. Development 135 311--321 paperBrun, Vidal, et. al. 2006 The MAPKKK Mekk1 regulates the expression of Turandot stress genes in response to septic injury in Drosophila. Genes Cells 11 397--407 paperKing-Jones et al., 2006, Cell Metab. 4(1): 37--48 The DHR96 nuclear receptor regulates xenobiotic responses in Drosophila. [FBrf0194449]
Lundgren, Masson, et. al. 2005 Identification and characterization of a Drosophila proteasome regulatory network. Mol. Cell. Biol. 25 4662--4675 paperDostert, Jouanguy, et. al. 2005 The Jak-STAT signaling pathway is required but not sufficient for the antiviral response of Drosophila. Nat. Immunol. 6 946--953 paperApidianakis, Mindrinos, et. al. 2005 Profiling early infection responses: Pseudomonas aeruginosa eludes host defenses by suppressing antimicrobial peptide gene expression. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102 2573--2578 paperMcGraw, Gibson, et. al. 2004 Genes regulated by mating, sperm, or seminal proteins in mated female Drosophila melanogaster. Curr. Biol. 14 1509--1514 paperRoxstrom-Lindquist, Terenius, et. al. 2004 Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. EMBO Rep. 5 207--212 paperBoutros, Agaisse, et. al. 2002 Sequential activation of signaling pathways during innate immune responses in Drosophila. Dev. Cell 3 711--722 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2002 The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. EMBO J. 21 2568--2579 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2001 Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 12590--12595 paperMcDonald and Rosbash 2001 Microarray analysis and organization of circadian gene expression in Drosophila. Cell 107 567--578 paperSzuplewski and Terracol 2001 The cyclope gene of Drosophila encodes a cytochrome c oxidase subunit VIc homolog. Genetics 158 1629--1643 paperEkengren and Hultmark 2001 A family of turandot-related genes in the humoral stress response of Drosophila. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 284 998--1003 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14027R-1 TotM[NIG.14027R]
NIG-Fly 14027R-3 TotM[NIG.14027R]
BDSC 34405 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}fusl[MI01172]/SM6a fusl
VDRC v106727 P{KK106667}VIE-260B
VDRC v24495 w[1118]; P{GD1209}v24495
VDRC v6957 w[1118]; P{GD1209}v6957
VDRC v6958 w[1118]; P{GD1209}v6958
4 182 CG3176 CG3176   X *
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 207248 y[1]w[67c23]P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS51136/C(1)DX,y[1]f[1]
NIG-Fly 3176R-1 CG3176[NIG.3176R]
NIG-Fly 3176R-2 CG3176[NIG.3176R]
FBrf0208510 - CG3176[KK115106]
4 183 CG6639 CG6639   2L Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval carcass
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Zhang et al., 2011, Bioinformatics 27(13): 1749--1753A cautionary note for retrocopy identification: DNA-based duplication of intron-containing genes significantly contributes to the origination of single exon genes. [FBrf0216536]
Ellis and Carney 2009, J. Evol. Biol. 22 2183--2191Drosophila melanogaster males respond differently at the behavioural and genome-wide levels to Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans females. [FBrf0209694][pmid.
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v104307 P{KK107253}VIE-260B
VDRC v35603 w[1118]; P{GD12819}v35603/CyO
VDRC v35604 w[1118]; P{GD12819}v35604/TM3
FBrf0190023 - CG6639[dsRNA.IR.Scer\UAS]
FBrf0192112 - CG6639[dsRNA.Scer\UAS.cMa]
4 184 CG4580 CG4580   2L Larval fat body
Pfeiffer et al., 2008, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105(28): 9715--9720Tools for neuroanatomy and neurogenetics in Drosophila. [FBrf0205679]
Jakobsen et al., 2007, Genes Dev. 21(19): 2448--2460Temporal ChIP-on-chip reveals Biniou as a universal regulator of the visceral muscle transcriptional network. [FBrf0201841]
Pappu et al., 2005, Development 132(12): 2895--2905Dual regulation and redundant function of two eye-specific enhancers of the Drosophila retinal determination gene dachshund. [FBrf0187476]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v105535 P{KK104489}VIE-260B
VDRC v12424 w[1118]; P{GD5408}v12424
4 185 CG15484 CG15484   2L Tubule, Fat body, Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200958 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS7025/SM1
BDSC 37078 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}spict[MI03728]/SM6a spict
VDRC v47084 w[1118]; P{GD16200}v47084
VDRC v47085 w[1118]; P{GD16200}v47085
FBrf0202579 - CG15484[GD9036]
4 186 CG17031 Ref2 RNA and export factor binding protein 2   2L Testis
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Dworkin et al., 2009, Genetics 181(3): 1065--1076Genomic Consequences of Background Effects on scalloped Mutant Expressivity in the Wing of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207504]
Liebl et al., 2006, J. Neurobiol. 66(4): 332--347Genome-wide P-element screen for Drosophila synaptogenesis mutants. [FBrf0191026]
Gatfield and Izaurralde, 2002, J. Cell Biol. 159(4): 579--588REF1/Aly and the additional exon junction complex proteins are dispensable for nuclear mRNA export. [FBrf0152118]
Lasko, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F51--F56The Drosophila melanogaster genome: translation factors and RNA binding proteins. [FBrf0129923]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 37934 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI02770
VDRC v105585 P{KK105843}VIE-260B
VDRC v32829 w[1118]; P{GD9267}v32829
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f05137
FBrf0152118 - Ref2[dsRNA.cGa]
4 187 CG31769 CG31769   2L Head, Crop, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Adult carcass
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Pickersgill et al., 2006, Nat. Genet. 38(9): 1005--1014Characterization of the Drosophila melanogaster genome at the nuclear lamina. [FBrf0193372]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 31769R-1 CG31769[NIG.31769R]
NIG-Fly 31769R-2 CG31769[NIG.31769R]
BDSC 23831 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB02887
VDRC v106293 P{KK105864}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG31769[GD10362]
4 188 CG31770 He Hemese   2L Head, Heart, Adult carcass, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288 Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Wertheim et al., 2011, Mol. Ecol. 20(5): 932--949Functional genomics of the evolution of increased resistance to parasitism in Drosophila. [FBrf0213049]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Marcu et al., 2011, PLoS ONE 6(1): e15361Innate Immune Responses of Drosophila melanogaster Are Altered by Spaceflight. [FBrf0212851]
Honti, Csord?s, et. al. 2010, Molec. Immunol. 47 1997--2004Cell lineage tracing reveals the plasticity of the hemocyte lineages and of the hematopoietic compartments in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0211151][pmid.20483458][doi.10.1016/j.molimm.2010.04.017]
Marshall and Sinclair 2010 Repeated stress exposure results in a survival-reproduction trade-off in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Biol. Sci. 277 963--969 paperStofanko et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(11): e14051 Lineage tracing of lamellocytes demonstrates Drosophila macrophage plasticity. [FBrf0212461]
Winterhalter and Fedorka 2009 Sex-specific variation in the emphasis, inducibility and timing of the post-mating immune response in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Biol. Sci. 276 1109--1117 paperGao, Wu, et. al. 2009 Upregulation of the Drosophila friend of GATA Gene u-shaped by JAK/STAT signaling maintains lymph gland prohemocyte potency. Mol. Cell. Biol. 29 6086--6096 paperObbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698 Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Jacques, Soustelle, et. al. 2009 A novel role of the glial fate determinant glial cells missing in hematopoiesis. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 53 1013--1022 paperCarrera, Zavadil, et. al. 2008 Two subunits specific to the PBAP chromatin remodeling complex have distinct and redundant functions during drosophila development. Mol. Cell. Biol. 28 5238--5250 paperStofanko, Kwon, et. al. 2008 A misexpression screen to identify regulators of Drosophila larval hemocyte development. Genetics 180 253--267 paperPastor-Pareja, Wu, et. al. 2008 An innate immune response of blood cells to tumors and tissue damage in Drosophila. Dis. Model Mech. 1 144--154 paperMinakhina, Druzhinina, et. al. 2007 Zfrp8, the Drosophila ortholog of PDCD2, functions in lymph gland development and controls cell proliferation. Development 134 2387--2396 paperKiger, Natzle, et. al. 2007 Tissue remodeling during maturation of the Drosophila wing. Dev. Biol. 301 178--191 paperBidla, Dushay, et. al. 2007 Crystal cell rupture after injury in Drosophila requires the JNK pathway, small GTPases and the TNF homolog Eiger. J. Cell Sci. 120 1209--1215 paperHeger and Ponting 2007 Evolutionary rate analyses of orthologs and paralogs from 12 Drosophila genomes. Genome Res. 17 1837--1849 paperKurucz, Markus, et. al. 2007 Nimrod, a putative phagocytosis receptor with EGF repeats in Drosophila plasmatocytes. Curr. Biol. 17 649--654 paperSackton, Lazzaro, et. al. 2007 Dynamic evolution of the innate immune system in Drosophila. Nat. Genet. 39 1461--1468 paperReiter, Do, et. al. 2007 Accentuate the negative: proteome comparisons using the negative proteome database. Fly 1 164--171 paperMoorman, Sun, et. al. 2006 Hotspots of transcription factor colocalization in the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103 12027--12032 paperMinakhina and Steward 2006 Melanotic mutants in Drosophila: pathways and phenotypes. Genetics 174 253--263 paperJung, Evans, et. al. 2005 The Drosophila lymph gland as a developmental model of hematopoiesis. Development 132 2521--2533 paperSinenko, Kim, et. al. 2004 Yantar, a conserved arginine-rich protein is involved in Drosophila hemocyte development. Dev. Biol. 273 48--62 paperZettervall, Anderl, et. al. 2004 A directed screen for genes involved in Drosophila blood cell activation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101 14192--14197 paperKurucz, Zettervall, et. al. 2003 Hemese, a hemocyte-specific transmembrane protein, affects the cellular immune response in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100 2622--2627 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 205674 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS14061/SM1
BDSC 8697 w[*]; P{w[+mC]=UAS-He.Z}15b
BDSC 8698 w[*]; P{w[+mC]=UAS-He.Z}7c
VDRC v107469 P{KK110432}VIE-260B
VDRC v8054 w[1118]; P{GD3468}v8054/TM3
VDRC v8055 w[1118]; P{GD3468}v8055
FBrf0159287 - He[dsRNA.cKa]
4 189 CG3212 Sr-CIV Scavenger receptor class C, type IV   2L Tubule, Larval tubule
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Rynes et al., 2012, Mol. Cell. Biol. 32(19): 3949--3962Activating transcription factor 3 regulates immune and metabolic homeostasis. [FBrf0219385]
Marcu et al., 2011, PLoS ONE 6(1): e15361Innate Immune Responses of Drosophila melanogaster Are Altered by Spaceflight. [FBrf0212851] Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547 The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Lazzaro, Sackton, et. al. 2006, Genetics 174 1539--1554 Genetic variation in Drosophila melanogaster resistance to infection: a comparison across bacteria. [FBrf0193413][pmid.16888344][doi.10.1534/genetics.105.054593]
Lazzaro 2005, Genetics 169 2023--2034 Elevated polymorphism and divergence in the class C scavenger receptors of Drosophila melanogaster and D. simulans. [FBrf0188507][pmid.15716507]
Lazzaro, Sceurman, et. al. 2004 Genetic basis of natural variation in D. melanogaster antibacterial immunity. Science 303 1873--1876 paperWang, Kean, et. al. 2004 Function-informed transcriptome analysis of Drosophila renal tubule. Genome Biol. 5 R69 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141992 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL07217 P{neoFRT}40A P{FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
VDRC v100487 P{KK104484}VIE-260B
VDRC v13030 w[1118]; P{GD5095}v13030
FBrf0197891 - Sr-CIV[2CPA118]
FBrf0197891 - Sr-CIV[2CPA12]
FBrf0197891 - Sr-CIV[2CPA1]
FBrf0197891 - Sr-CIV[2CPA43]
FBrf0197891 - Sr-CIV[2CPA46]
4 190 CG2871 CG2871   X Testis
4 191 CG4988 CG4988   2L Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141552 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05306 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
NIG-Fly 4988R-2 CG4988[NIG.4988R]
NIG-Fly 4988R-3 CG4988[NIG.4988R]
BDSC 34185 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG4988[MI01389]
VDRC v101683 P{KK105428}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f06688
FBrf0202579 - CG4988[GD16443]
4 192 CG9030 CG9030   X Testis
Staudt et al., 2005, PLoS Genet. 1(4): e55Gain-of-function screen for genes that affect Drosophila muscle pattern formation. [FBrf0191391]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 104610 y[*] w[*] P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP4117 / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 104813 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG9030[NP5031] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 105142 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG9030[NP6129] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 112849 w[*] P{GawB}CG9030[NP2265] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 113858 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG9030[NP6129] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 200075 y[1] w[67c23] P{w[+mC]=GSV1}GS1047/Binsinscy
BDSC 13046 y[1] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG9030[KG00132]; ry[506]
BDSC 41453 y[1] w[*] Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI06635
VDRC v29836 w[1118]; P{GD15289}v29836
VDRC v29837 w[1118]; P{GD15289}v29837/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}CG9030[d00443]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}CG9030[d01969]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG9030[e02393]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG9030[f01418]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG9030[f06475]
4 193 CG10477 CG10477   3L Midgut
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Lundberg et al., 2012, Nucleic Acids Res. 40(13): 5926--5937Buffering and proteolysis are induced by segmental monosomy in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218988]
Carrera et al., 2008, Mol. Cell. Biol. 28(17): 5238--5250Two subunits specific to the PBAP chromatin remodeling complex have distinct and redundant functions during drosophila development. [FBrf0207089]
McGraw et al., 2004, Curr. Biol. 14(16): 1509--1514Genes regulated by mating, sperm, or seminal proteins in mated female Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0180059]
Pedra et al., 2004, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101(18): 7034--7039Genome-wide transcription profile of field- and laboratory-selected dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT)-resistant Drosophila. [FBrf0175100]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Anholt and Mackay, 2001, Behav. Genet. 31(1): 17--27The genetic architecture of odor-guided behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0138231]
Aoyagi and Wassarman, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F45--F49Genes encoding Drosophila melanogaster RNA polymerase II general transcription factors: diversity in TFIIA and TFIID components contributes to gene-specific transcriptional regulation. [FBrf0129705]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 41037 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI03295
VDRC v103490 P{KK111082}VIE-260B
VDRC v38177 w[1118]; P{GD6029}v38177
VDRC v46816 w[1118]; P{GD17100}v46816/CyO
VDRC v46817 w[1118]; P{GD17100}v46817/CyO
4 194 CG10478 αKap4 α Karyopherin-4   3L Testis
Phadnis et al., 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(5): 1429--1440Birth, death, and replacement of karyopherins in Drosophila. [FBrf0218179]
Chan et al., 2011, Hum. Mol. Genet. 20(9): 1738--1750Expanded polyglutamine domain possesses nuclear export activity which modulates subcellular localization and toxicity of polyQ disease protein via exportin-1. [FBrf0214367]
Doggett et al., 2011, Dev. Biol. 355(2): 381--393Wake-up-call, a lin-52 paralogue, and Always early, a lin-9 homologue physically interact, but have opposing functions in regulating testis-specific gene expression. [FBrf0213964]
Mason et al., 2009, J. Mol. Evol. 68(4): 351--365Evolution of the metazoan-specific importin alpha gene family. [FBrf0207686]
Doheny et al., 2008, PLoS ONE 3(12): e3864Telomeric position effect--a third silencing mechanism in eukaryotes. [FBrf0206330]
Ni et al., 2008, Nat. Methods 5(1): 49--51Vector and parameters for targeted transgenic RNA interference in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200406]
Mason et al., 2002, Genetics 161(1): 157--170Drosophila melanogaster importin alpha1 and alpha3 can replace importin alpha2 during spermatogenesis but not oogenesis. [FBrf0149010]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 10478R-1 αKap4[NIG.10478R]
NIG-Fly 10478R-4 αKap4[NIG.10478R]
BDSC 19418 w[*]; PBac{GAL4D,EYFP}CG32406[PL00219] P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B
BDSC 31640 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF01429}attP2
VDRC v108143 P{KK106581}VIE-260B
VDRC v27265 w[1118]; P{GD6988}v27265
VDRC v27266 w[1118]; P{GD6988}v27266
4 195 CG31775 CG31775   2L *
Herranz et al., 2012, BMC Genomics 13: 52Microgravity simulation by diamagnetic levitation: effects of a strong gradient magnetic field on the transcriptional profile of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217750]
Buffin and Gho, 2010, PLoS ONE 5(2): e9285Laser microdissection of sensory organ precursor cells of Drosophila microchaetes. [FBrf0210039]
Fern?ndez-Ayala et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(1): e8549Gene expression in a Drosophila model of mitochondrial disease. [FBrf0209705]
Lebo et al., 2009, BMC Genomics 10: 80Somatic, germline and sex hierarchy regulated gene expression during Drosophila metamorphosis. [FBrf0207472]
Ashburner et al., 1999, Genetics 153(1): 179--219An exploration of the sequence of a 2.9-Mb region of the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. The Adh region. [FBrf0111326]
4 196 CG15882 CG15882   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 15882R-1 CG15882[NIG.15882R]
VDRC v104267 P{KK106497}VIE-260B
VDRC v38901 w[1118]; P{GD9142}v38901
VDRC v38902 w[1118]; P{GD9142}v38902
4 197 CG33225 CG33225   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27829 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33225[MB10041]
VDRC v106857 P{KK109688}VIE-260B
4 198 CG34105 CG34105   2R *
4 199 CG1638 CG1638   3R Testis
Andrews et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(12): 2030--2043Gene discovery using computational and microarray analysis of transcription in the Drosophila melanogaster testis. [FBrf0132348]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 1638R-1 CG1638[NIG.1638R]
NIG-Fly 1638R-2 CG1638[NIG.1638R]
BDSC 17717 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=PB}CG1638[c05632]
BDSC 41392 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI03599
VDRC v102137 P{KK110884}VIE-260B
VDRC v32676 w[1118]; P{GD9172}v32676/CyO
VDRC v32677 w[1118]; P{GD9172}v32677
VDRC v46275 w[1118] P{GD16549}v46275
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG1638[c05632]
4 200 CG11259 MICAL-like MICAL-like   3L Brain, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Tubule, Ovary, Larval Salivary gland, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, S2 cells (growing)
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18898 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}MICAL-like[f05713]
BDSC 21916 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EPg}HP31090 CG11261
BDSC 22306 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY19655/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 27018 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}MICAL-like[G8603]
BDSC 28595 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HM05083}attP2/TM3, Sb[1]
VDRC v106389 P{KK111070}VIE-260B
VDRC v17537 w[1118]; P{GD6725}v17537/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}MICAL-like[f05713]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG11261[f06917] CG11261
4 201 CG30354 CG30354   2R Testis
Palgi et al., 2012, BMC Genomics 13: 134Gene expression analysis of Drosophilaa Manf mutants reveals perturbations in membrane traffic and major metabolic changes. [FBrf0218515]
Tripoli et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(2): R11Comparison of the oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) nuclear genes in the genomes of Drosophila melanogaster, Drosophila pseudoobscura and Anopheles gambiae. [FBrf0184015]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107515 P{KK111533}VIE-260B
VDRC v23575 w[1118]; P{GD13685}v23575
4 202 CG32971 CG32971   2L Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 103794 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}NP0862 / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 140507 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01717 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 202835 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV7}GS21506/SM1
BDSC 12665 w[1118]; P{w[+mGT]=GT1}wb[BG02232]
VDRC v100048 P{KK103163}VIE-260B
VDRC v49456 w[1118]; P{GD15980}v49456
4 203 CG14251 ms(3)K81 male sterile (3) K81   3R Testis
Langley et al., 2011, Genetics 188(2): 239--246 Circumventing Heterozygosity: Sequencing the Amplified Genome of a Single Haploid Drosophila melanogaster Embryo. [FBrf0213863]
Gao et al., 2011, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 108(12): 4932--4937 Paternal imprint essential for the inheritance of telomere identity in Drosophila. [FBrf0213318]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Orsi, Joyce, et. al. 2010, J. Cell Sci. 123 3515--3524 Drosophila I-R hybrid dysgenesis is associated with catastrophic meiosis and abnormal zygote formation. [FBrf0212012][pmid.20841382][doi.10.1242/jcs.073890]
Dubruille, Orsi, et. al. 2010, Curr. Biol. 20 2090--2099 Specialization of a Drosophila Capping Protein Essential for the Protection of Sperm Telomeres. [FBrf0212516][pmid.21093267][doi.10.1016/j.cub.2010.11.013] Vibranovski, Lopes, et. al. 2009, PLoS Genet. 5 e1000731Stage-Specific Expression Profiling of Drosophila Spermatogenesis Suggests that Meiotic Sex Chromosome Inactivation Drives Genomic Relocation of Testis-Expressed Genes. [FBrf0212516][pmid.21093267][doi.10.1016/j.cub.2010.11.013]
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Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140251 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01083 / TM6B, Tb[1] CG5500, ro
Kyoto DGRC 201035 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS7137/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
NIG-Fly 14251R-3 ms(3)K81[NIG.14251R]
NIG-Fly 14251R-4 ms(3)K81[NIG.14251R]
BDSC 5352 ms(3)K81[1]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 11782 ry[506] P{ry[+t7.2]=PZ}Rb97D[1]/TM3, ry[RK] Sb[1] Ser[1] Rb97D
VDRC v102203 P{KK111051}VIE-260B
VDRC v43585 w[1118]; P{GD8274}v43585
FBrf0082809, FBrf0157292 - ms(3)K81[6]
FBrf0157292 - ms(3)K81[Z3416]
FBrf0157292 - ms(3)K81[Z5795]
FBrf0157292 ms(3)K81[+t2.4]
FBrf0183836 - ms(3)K81[+t1.781]
FBrf0183836 - ms(3)K81[T:Avic\GFP-EGFP]
FBrf0212516 - ms(3)K81[Scer\UAS.T:Disc\RFP-mRFP]
FBrf0212516 - ms(3)K81[T:Avic\GFP]
FBrf0213318 - ms(3)K81[cGa.T:Avic\GFP]
FBrf0213318 - ms(3)K81[HipHop.T:Avic\GFP]
FBrf0213318 - ms(3)K81[PTV.T:Avic\GFP]
FBrf0213318, FBrf0188493, FBrf0162057 ms(3)K81[unspecified]
4 204 CG33494 CG33494   3R Head, Eye, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
Mosallanejad et al., 2010, J. Insect Physiol. 56(12): 1973--1985Ecdysone signaling and transcript signature in Drosophila cells resistant against methoxyfenozide. [FBrf0212166]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v47112 w[1118]; P{GD16246}v47112
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f01805
4 205 CG8652 Ugt37c1 UDP-glycosyltransferase 37c1   2R Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca
Buszczak et al., 2007, Genetics 175(3): 1505--1531The Carnegie protein trap library: A versatile tool for Drosophila developmental studies. [FBrf0200345]
Karres et al., 2007, Cell 131(1): 136--145The conserved microRNA MiR-8 tunes atrophin levels to prevent neurodegeneration in drosophila. [FBrf0200486]
Luque and O'Reilly, 2002, Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 32(12): 1597--1604Functional and phylogenetic analyses of a putative Drosophila melanogaster UDP-glycosyltransferase gene. [FBrf0152079]
Theopold et al., 1999, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 261(3): 923--927Insect glycobiology: A lectin multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0110927]
Wang et al., 1999, J. Biol. Chem. 274(15): 10309--10315Preferential expression of biotransformation enzymes in the olfactory organs of Drosophila melanogaster, the antennae. [FBrf0108062]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140668 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL02688 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
NIG-Fly 8652R-1 Ugt37c1[NIG.8652R]
NIG-Fly 8652R-3 Ugt37c1[NIG.8652R]
BDSC 26435 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB09093
VDRC v46514 w[1118]; P{GD2041}v46514
4 206 CG33495 Dup99B Ductus ejaculatorius peptide 99B   3R Male accessory glands
Fischer et al., 2012, Proc. Biol. Sci. 279(1738): 2636--2644 Conserved properties of Drosophila and human spermatozoal mRNA repertoires. [FBrf0218415]
Ayroles et al., 2011, Genet. Res. (Camb.) 93(6): 387--395 Functional genome annotation of Drosophila seminal fluid proteins using transcriptional genetic networks. [FBrf0217054] Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Kim, Bartalska, et. al. 2010, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107 6520--6525 MIPs are ancestral ligands for the sex peptide receptor. [FBrf0210504][pmid.20308537][doi.10.1073/pnas.0914764107]
Poels, Van Loy, et. al. 2010, Cell. Molec. Life Sci. 67 3511--3522 Myoinhibiting peptides are the ancestral ligands of the promiscuous Drosophila sex peptide receptor. [FBrf0211839][pmid.20458515][doi.10.1007/s00018-010-0393-8]
Yapici, Kim, et. al. 2008 A receptor that mediates the post-mating switch in Drosophila reproductive behaviour. Nature 451 33--37 paperPeng, Chen, et. al. 2005 Gradual release of sperm bound sex-peptide controls female postmating behavior in Drosophila. Curr. Biol. 15 207--213 paperFitzpatrick 2004 Pleiotropy and the genomic location of sexually selected genes. Am. Nat. 163 800--808 paperLiu and Kubli 2003 Sex-peptide is the molecular basis of the sperm effect in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100 9929--9933 paperChapman, Bangham, et. al. 2003 The sex peptide of Drosophila melanogaster: female post-mating responses analyzed by using RNA interference. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100 9923--9928 paperDing, Haussmann, et. al. 2003 Sex-peptides bind to two molecularly different targets in Drosophila melanogaster females. J. Neurobiol. 55 372--384 paperRexhepaj, Liu, et. al. 2003 The sex-peptide DUP99B is expressed in the male ejaculatory duct and in the cardia of both sexes. Europ. J. Biochem. 270 4306--4314 paper1Saudan, Hauck, et. al. 2002 Ductus ejaculatorius peptide 99B (DUP99B), a novel Drosophila melanogaster sex-peptide pheromone. Europ. J. Biochem. 269 989--997 paperFan, Rafaeli, et. al. 2000 Common functional elements of Drosophila melanogaster seminal peptides involved in reproduction of Drosophila melanogaster and Helicoverpa armigera females. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 30 805--812 paperOttiger, Soller, et. al. 2000 Binding sites of Drosophila melanogaster sex peptide pheromones. J. Neurobiol. 44 57--71 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
FBrf0167564 - Dup99B[TM6B]
4 207 CG8799 l(2)03659 lethal (2) 03659   2R Hindgut
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Fern?ndez-Ayala et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(1): e8549 Gene expression in a Drosophila model of mitochondrial disease. [FBrf0209705]
Mayer, Mayer, et. al. 2009, J. Neurosci. 29 3538--3550 Evolutionary conservation of vertebrate blood-brain barrier chemoprotective mechanisms in Drosophila. [FBrf0207483][pmid.19295159][doi.10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5564-08.2009]
Tarnay, Szeri, et. al. 2004, Insect Mol. Biol. 13 539--548 The dMRP/CG6214 gene of Drosophila is evolutionarily and functionally related to the human multidrug resistance-associated protein family. [FBrf0180349][pmid.15373810]
Spradling, Stern, et. al. 1999, Genetics 153 135--177 The Berkeley Drosophila genome project gene disruption project. Single P-element insertions mutating 25% of vital Drosophila genes. [FBrf0111489]
Zhang, Zhang, et. al. 1997 The Drosophila protein Wunen repels migrating germ cells. Nature 385 64--67 paperZhang, Zhang, et. al. 1996 Identification and genetic analysis of wunen, a gene guiding Drosophila melanogaster germ cell migration. Genetics 143 1231--1241 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 204885 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS50189/SM1
BDSC 6953 l(2)03659[EMS93]/CyO; ry[506]
BDSC 11343 cn[1] P{ry[+t7.2]=PZ}l(2)03659[03659]/CyO; ry[506]
BDSC 27465 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}G3033
VDRC v100105 P{KK103654}VIE-260B
VDRC v39539 w[1118] P{GD1898}v39539
VDRC v39540 w[1118]; P{GD1898}v39540
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}l(2)03659[f05095]
4 208 CG10700 CG10700   2L Tubule
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 10700R-1 CG10700[NIG.10700R]
NIG-Fly 10700R-2 CG10700[NIG.10700R]
BDSC 13530 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG10700[KG04903]
VDRC v107394 P{KK103521}VIE-260B
4 209 CG31427 CG31427   3R Salivary gland, Tubule, Fat body, Testis, Larval CNS, Larval fat body
Schulz et al., 2001, Dev. Genes Evol. 211(12): 581--588Genetic analysis of dPsa, the Drosophila orthologue of puromycin-sensitive aminopeptidase, suggests redundancy of aminopeptidases. [FBrf0144810]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26370 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG31427[MB08405]
VDRC v100427 P{KK104286}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG31427[GD14967]
4 210 CG14719 I-t inhibitor-t   3R Testis
Helps et al., 1998, FEBS Lett. 438(1-2): 131--136Characterisation of a novel Drosophila melanogaster testis specific PP1 inhibitor related to mammalian inhibitor-2: identification of the site of interaction with PP1. [FBrf0105245]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14719R-2 I-t[NIG.14719R]
NIG-Fly 14719R-3 I-t[NIG.14719R]
VDRC v105565 P{KK105768}VIE-260B
VDRC v32314 w[1118]; P{GD8422}v32314/TM3
VDRC v32316 w[1118]; P{GD8422}v32316
4 211 CG31406 CG31406   3R Testis
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26897 w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}jumu[GE27806] jumu
VDRC v105072 P{KK113316}VIE-260B
VDRC v39194 w[1118]; P{GD14631}v39194
VDRC v39195 w[1118]; P{GD14631}v39195
VDRC v39272 w[1118]; P{GD15569}v39272
VDRC v39273 w[1118]; P{GD15569}v39273
VDRC v48552 w[1118]; P{GD16282}v48552
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}jumu[d01533] jumu
4 212 CG14227 CG14227   X Male accessory glands
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 124133 w[1118] P{RS3}CB-6514-3
BDSC 15394 y[1] w[67c23] P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG14227[EY02054]
VDRC v100192 P{KK104504}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG14227[GD3455]
4 213 CG33723 CG33723   2L -
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102746 P{KK112333}VIE-260B
VDRC v48484 w[1118] P{GD16110}v48484
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}numb[f05590] numb
4 214 CG16827 αPS4 αPS4   2R Salivary gland, Midgut, Tubule, Larval tubule, S2 cells (growing)
Zhai et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(3): e1002582 Antagonistic regulation of apoptosis and differentiation by the cut transcription factor represents a tumor-suppressing mechanism in Drosophila. [FBrf0217859]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Avet-Rochex, Boyer, et. al. 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10 65 An in vivo RNA interference screen identifies gene networks controlling Drosophila melanogaster blood cell homeostasis. [FBrf0211137][pmid.20540764][doi.10.1186/1471-213X-10-65]
Makki, Meister, et. al. 2010, PLoS Biol. 8 e1000441 A short receptor downregulates Jak/STAT signalling to control the Drosophila cellular immune response. [FBrf0211466][pmid.20689801][doi.10.1371/journal.pbio.1000441]
Stofanko et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(11): e14051 Lineage tracing of lamellocytes demonstrates Drosophila macrophage plasticity. [FBrf0212461]
Dinkins, Fratto, et. al. 2008, Dev. Dyn. 237 3927--3939 Integrin alpha chains exhibit distinct temporal and spatial localization patterns in epithelial cells of the Drosophila ovary. [FBrf0206376][pmid.19035354][doi.10.1002/dvdy.21802]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547 The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Tanentzapf, Devenport, et. al. 2007 Integrin-dependent anchoring of a stem-cell niche. Nat. Cell Biol. 9 1413--1418 paperKrzemie?, Dubois, et. al. 2007 Control of blood cell homeostasis in Drosophila larvae by the posterior signalling centre. Nature 446 325--328 paperWertheim, Kraaijeveld, et. al. 2005 Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. Genome Biol. 6 R94 paperCrozatier, Ubeda, et. al. 2004 Cellular immune response to parasitization in Drosophila requires the EBF orthologue collier. PLoS Biol. 2 e196 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paperSchock and Perrimon 2003 Retraction of the Drosophila germ band requires cell-matrix interaction. Genes Dev. 17 597--602 paperHughes 2001 Evolution of the integrin and protein families. J. Mol. Evol. 52 63--72 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 16827R-2 αPS4[NIG.16827R]
NIG-Fly 16827R-3 αPS4[NIG.16827R]
BDSC 23578 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}alphaPS4[MB02574]
BDSC 28535 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HM05021}attP2
VDRC v37172 w[1118]; P{GD2007}v37172/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}trpm[f04840] trpm
FBrf0208510 - αPS4[KK105806]
4 215 CG32853 mthl12 methuselah-like 12   3R Crop, Tubule, Fat body, Larval Salivary gland
Patel et al., 2012, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 318(5): 368--387Dramatic expansion and developmental expression diversification of the methuselah gene family during recent Drosophila evolution. [FBrf0218628]
Chamilos et al., 2008, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 105(27): 9367--9372Drosophila melanogaster as a model host to dissect the immunopathogenesis of zygomycosis. [FBrf0207383]
West et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(7): 3744--3749Crystal structure of the ectodomain of Methuselah, a Drosophila G protein-coupled receptor associated with extended lifespan. [FBrf0135921]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v105546 P{KK104630}VIE-260B
VDRC v48402 w[1118]; P{GD15976}v48402
4 216 CG33477 CG33477   2R 0
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26488 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33477[MB09585]
VDRC v101278 P{KK105613}VIE-260B
4 217 CG33710 CG33710   3L -
Andrews et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(12): 2030--2043Gene discovery using computational and microarray analysis of transcription in the Drosophila melanogaster testis. [FBrf0132348]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102560 P{KK111994}VIE-260B
VDRC v49527 w[1118]; P{GD16109}v49527
4 218 CG16824 CG16824   2L -
4 219 CG33698 CheA86a Chemosensory protein A 86a   3R -
Lee and Reinhardt, 2012, Genome Biol. Evol. 4(4): 533--549Widespread Polymorphism in the Positions of Stop Codons in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218109]
Xu et al., 2002, Cell Tissue Res. 307(3): 381--392Novel genes expressed in subsets of chemosensory sensilla on the front legs of male Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0146927]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v48480 w[1118]; P{GD16105}v48480
VDRC v48481 w[1118]; P{GD16105}v48481
4 220 CG11313 CG11313   3R Midgut, Tubule, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
Nam et al., 2012, EMBO J. 31(5): 1253--1265Genetic evidence of a redox-dependent systemic wound response via Hayan Protease-Phenoloxidase system in Drosophila. [FBrf0217593]
Waterhouse et al., 2007, Science 316(5832): 1738--1743Evolutionary dynamics of immune-related genes and pathways in disease-vector mosquitoes. [FBrf0200242]
Choksi et al., 2006, Dev. Cell 11(6): 775--789Prospero acts as a binary switch between self-renewal and differentiation in Drosophila neural stem cells. [FBrf0206393]
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Karlsson et al., 2004, J. Biol. Chem. 279(50): 52033--52041Proteomic analysis of the Drosophila larval hemolymph clot. [FBrf0180365]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Christophides et al., 2002, Science 298(5591): 159--165Immunity related genes and gene families in Anopheles gambiae. [FBrf0159548]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v101266 P{KK105585}VIE-260B
VDRC v51643 w[1118]; P{GD6359}v51643
VDRC v51645 w[1118]; P{GD6359}v51645
4 221 CG11315 Npc2h Niemann-Pick type C-2h   3R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Bono et al., 2011, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 108(19): 7878--7883Postmating transcriptional changes in reproductive tracts of con- and heterospecifically mated Drosophila mojavensis females. [FBrf0213680]
Sieber and Thummel, 2009, Cell Metab. 10(6): 481--490The DHR96 nuclear receptor controls triacylglycerol homeostasis in Drosophila. [FBrf0209412]
Huang et al., 2007, Development 134(20): 3733--3742Drosophila Niemann-Pick Type C-2 genes control sterol homeostasis and steroid biosynthesis: a model of human neurodegenerative disease. [FBrf0201424]
King-Jones et al., 2006, Cell Metab. 4(1): 37--48The DHR96 nuclear receptor regulates xenobiotic responses in Drosophila. [FBrf0194449]
Karlsson et al., 2004, J. Biol. Chem. 279(50): 52033--52041Proteomic analysis of the Drosophila larval hemolymph clot. [FBrf0180365]
Roxstrom-Lindquist et al., 2004, EMBO Rep. 5(2): 207--212Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. [FBrf0167559]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 11315R-1 Npc2h[NIG.11315R]
NIG-Fly 11315R-3 Npc2h[NIG.11315R]
VDRC v103663 P{KK112228}VIE-260B
VDRC v38273 w[1118]; P{GD6622}v38273
VDRC v38274 w[1118]; P{GD6622}v38274/CyO
VDRC v46905 w[1118]; P{GD17205}v46905
VDRC v46906 w[1118]; P{GD17205}v46906
4 222 CG31454 CG31454   3R Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Fat body, Mated spermatheca, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body
Heeger et al., 2005, Genes Dev. 19(17): 2041--2053Genetic interactions of separase regulatory subunits reveal the diverged Drosophila Cenp-C homolog. [FBrf0187592]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140443 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01680 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
NIG-Fly 31454R-1 CG31454[NIG.31454R]
NIG-Fly 31454R-3 CG31454[NIG.31454R]
BDSC 18463 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG31454[f01723]
VDRC v5811 w[1118]; P{GD2861}v5811
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG31454[f01723]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}[c00199]]
4 223 CG30447 CG30447   2R Testis
Sambandan et al., 2008, Genetics 179(2): 1079--1088Phenotypic plasticity and genotype by environment interaction for olfactory behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0205545]
Adryan et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(8): R167Genomic mapping of Suppressor of Hairy-wing binding sites in Drosophila. [FBrf0205349]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 30447R-2 CG30447[NIG.30447R]
NIG-Fly 30447R-3 CG30447[NIG.30447R]
BDSC 23572 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG30447[MB02526]
VDRC v101598 P{KK104097}VIE-260B
VDRC v40184 w[1118]; P{GD10089}v40184/TM3
VDRC v40186 w[1118]; P{GD10089}v40186/TM3
4 224 CG31507 TotZ Turandot Z   3R Brain, Head, Hindgut, Adult carcass, Larval CNS, Larval carcass
Ekengren and Hultmark, 2001, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 284(4): 998--1003A family of turandot-related genes in the humoral stress response of Drosophila. [FBrf0136802]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25369 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}TotZ[MB08193]
BDSC 38610 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}TotZ[MI05083]
FBrf0202579 - TotZ[GD477]
4 225 CG33533 lectin-37Db lectin-37Db   2L *
Tanji et al., 2006, Biochem. J. 396(1): 127--138Participation of a galactose-specific C-type lectin in Drosophila immunity. [FBrf0189817]
Roxstrom-Lindquist et al., 2004, EMBO Rep. 5(2): 207--212Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. [FBrf0167559]
Theopold et al., 1999, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 261(3): 923--927Insect glycobiology: A lectin multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0110927]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107567 P{KK106400}VIE-260B
VDRC v51100 w[1118]; P{GD15846}v51100
4 226 CG31477 CG31477   3R Testis, Larval fat body
Palgi, Greco, et. al. 2012 Gene expression analysis of Drosophilaa Manf mutants reveals perturbations in membrane traffic and major metabolic changes. BMC Genomics 13 134 paperD?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108 Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Gallach, Chandrasekaran, et. al. 2010 Analyses of nuclearly encoded mitochondrial genes suggest gene duplication as a mechanism for resolving intralocus sexually antagonistic conflict in Drosophila. Genome Biol. Evol. 2 835--850 paperDai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102 Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Tripoli, D'Elia, et. al. 2005 Comparison of the oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) nuclear genes in the genomes of Drosophila melanogaster, Drosophila pseudoobscura and Anopheles gambiae. Genome Biol. 6 R11 paperKidd, Abu-Shumays, et. al. 2005 The epsilon-subunit of mitochondrial ATP synthase is required for normal spindle orientation during the Drosophila embryonic divisions. Genetics 170 697--708 paperCvejic, Zhu, et. al. 2004 The endogenous ligand Stunted of the GPCR Methuselah extends lifespan in Drosophila. Nat. Cell Biol. 6 540--546 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 19029 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG6208[f06990]
BDSC 29093 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB10133 CG6208
VDRC v102598 P{KK112135}VIE-260B
VDRC v28600 w[1118]; P{GD13159}v28600
VDRC v28601 w[1118]; P{GD13159}v28601
VDRC v42108 w[1118]; P{GD13159}v42108
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG6208[f06990]
FBrf0202579 - CG31477[GD15761]
4 227 CG31495 CG31495   3R Ovary, Larval Salivary gland, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut
Bellen et al., 2004, Genetics 167(2): 761--781The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. [FBrf0179132]
Thibault et al., 2004, Nat. Genet. 36(3): 283--287A complementary transposon tool kit for Drosophila melanogaster using P and piggyBac. [FBrf0175002]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 9931R-1 CG31495[NIG.9931R]
NIG-Fly 9931R-2 CG31495[NIG.9931R]
VDRC v105777 P{KK109972}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f00637
FBrf0202579 - CG31495[GD10275]
4 228 CG8719 Odc2 Ornithine decarboxylase 2   2R Heart, Fat body, Testis, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Rom and Kahana, 1993, DNA Cell Biol. 12(6): 499--508Isolation and characterization of the Drosophila ornithine decarboxylase locus: evidence for the presence of two transcribed ODC genes in the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0058032]
Birnbaum and Gilbert, 1990, J. Comp. Physiol. B, Biochem. Syst. Environ. Physiol. 160: 145--151Juvenile hormone stimulation of ornithine decarboxylase activity during vitellogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0052428]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 8719R-2 Odc2[NIG.8719R]
NIG-Fly 8719R-4 Odc2[NIG.8719R]
VDRC v104597 P{KK110751}VIE-260B
VDRC v39121 w[1118]; P{GD15057}v39121
VDRC v39122 w[1118]; P{GD15057}v39122
VDRC v50531 w[1118]; P{GD17538}v50531
4 229 CG15636 HP6 Heterochromatin protein 6   2L Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Levine et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(6): e1002729 Phylogenomic Analysis Reveals Dynamic Evolutionary History of the Drosophila Heterochromatin Protein 1 (HP1) Gene Family. [FBrf0218715]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Brideau and Barbash, 2011, BMC Evol. Biol. 11: 57 Functional conservation of the Drosophila hybrid incompatibility gene Lhr. [FBrf0213263]
Filion, van Bemmel, et. al. 2010, Cell 143 212--224 Systematic protein location mapping reveals five principal chromatin types in Drosophila cells. [FBrf0212051][pmid.20888037][doi.10.1016/j.cell.2010.09.009]
van Steensel, Braunschweig, et. al. 2010, Genome Res. 20 190--200 Bayesian network analysis of targeting interactions in chromatin. [FBrf0209848][pmid.
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140762 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL03338 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1] dp
BDSC 12747 w[1118]; net[1] P{w[+mGT]=GT1}HP6[BG01429] dp[BG01429]/In(2LR)Gla, wg[Gla-1] Bc[1]
VDRC v13072 w[1118]; P{GD4434}v13072
VDRC v13073 w[1118]; P{GD4434}v13073/TM3
VDRC v13074 w[1118]; P{GD4434}v13074/CyO
FBrf0202210 - HP6[36-5]
4 230 CG10734 CG10734   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 201400 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV3}GS8114/SM1 lbk
NIG-Fly 10734R-3 CG10734[NIG.10734R]
VDRC v107561 P{KK106151}VIE-260B
VDRC v26782 w[1118]; P{GD12605}v26782
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f04518 lbk
4 231 CG30448 Obp56i Odorant-binding protein 56i   2R Testis, Male accessory glands
Vieira and Rozas, 2011, Genome Biol. Evol. 3: 476--490 Comparative Genomics of the Odorant-Binding and Chemosensory Protein Gene Families across the Arthropoda: Origin and Evolutionary History of the Chemosensory System. [FBrf0214323]
Zhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681 Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
Wang, Lyman, et. al. 2007 Association of polymorphisms in odorant-binding protein genes with variation in olfactory response to benzaldehyde in Drosophila. Genetics 177 1655--1665 paperVieira, S?nchez-Gracia, et. al. 2007 Comparative genomic analysis of the odorant-binding protein family in 12 Drosophila genomes: purifying selection and birth-and-death evolution. Genome Biol. 8 R235 paperReiter, Do, et. al. 2007 Accentuate the negative: proteome comparisons using the negative proteome database. Fly 1 164--171 paperHekmat-Scafe, Scafe, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide analysis of the odorant-binding protein gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Res. 12 1357--1369 paperGraham and Davies 2002 The odorant-binding proteins of Drosophila melanogaster: annotation and characterization of a divergent gene family. Gene 292 43--55 paperGalindo and Smith updated 2001 A large family of divergent Drosophila odorant-binding proteins expressed in gustatory and olfactory sensilla. Genetics 159 1059--1072 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25596 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB08607
VDRC v12997 w[1118]; P{GD4883}v12997
VDRC v12998 w[1118]; P{GD4883}v12998
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f03346
4 232 CG30414 CG30414   2R 0
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Jasper et al., 2002, Dev. Cell 3(4): 511--521A genomic switch at the transition from cell proliferation to terminal differentiation in the Drosophila eye. [FBrf0151899]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 200241 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV1}GS2064/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 200756 y[1] w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS17932/SM1
BDSC 18193 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG30414[e03801]
BDSC 27687 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF02767}attP2
BDSC 27958 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG30414[G6269]
VDRC v104273 P{KK106644}VIE-260B
VDRC v15210 w[1118]; P{GD4979}v15210
VDRC v15211 w[1118]; P{GD4979}v15211
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG30414[e03801]
4 233 CG6289 Spn77Bc Serpin 77Bc   3L 0
Dottorini et al., 2011, BMC Bioinformatics 12: 34 Gepoclu: a software tool for identifying and analyzing gene positional clusters in large-scale gene expression analysis. [FBrf0214379]
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685 New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Garrett, Fullaondo, et. al. 2009, BMC Genomics 10 489 Identification and analysis of serpin-family genes by homology and synteny across the 12 sequenced Drosophilid genomes. [FBrf0209216][pmid.19849829][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-10-489]
Ayroles et al., 2009, Nat. Genet. 41(3): 299--307 Systems genetics of complex traits in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0206705]
Takemori and Yamamoto, 2009, Proteomics 9(9): 2484--2493 Proteome mapping of the Drosophila melanogaster male reproductive system. [FBrf0208046][pmid.19343724][doi.10.1002/pmic.200800795]
Findlay, Yi, et. al. 2008 Proteomics reveals novel Drosophila seminal fluid proteins transferred at mating. PLoS Biol. 6 e178 paperMueller, Linklater, et. al. 2008 Targeted gene deletion and phenotypic analysis of the Drosophila melanogaster seminal fluid protease inhibitor Acp62F. Genetics 178 1605--1614 paperMueller, Page, et. al. 2007, Genetics 175 777--783 An ectopic expression screen reveals the protective and toxic effects of Drosophila seminal fluid proteins. [FBrf0194341][pmid.17110486][doi.10.1534/genetics.106.065318]
Ram and Wolfner 2007 Sustained post-mating response in Drosophila melanogaster requires multiple seminal fluid proteins. PLoS Genet. 3 e238 paperRavi Ram, Sirot, et. al. 2006 Predicted seminal astacin-like protease is required for processing of reproductive proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103 18674--18679 paperRavi Ram, Ji, et. al. 2005 Fates and targets of male accessory gland proteins in mated female Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 35 1059--1071 paperMueller, Ram, et. al. 2005 Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. Genetics 171 131--143 paperMueller, Ripoll, et. al. 2004 Comparative structural modeling and inference of conserved protein classes in Drosophila seminal fluid. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101 13542--13547 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 6289R-2 Spn77Bc[NIG.6289R]
NIG-Fly 6289R-3 Spn77Bc[NIG.6289R]
BDSC 17987 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}Spn77Bc[e01796]
VDRC v105515 P{KK113240}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}Spn77Bc[e01796]
FBrf0194341 - Spn77Bc[Scer\UAS.cMa]
FBrf0204298, FBrf0192334 - Spn77Bc[dsRNA.Sym.Scer\UAS]
4 234 CG11322 CG11322   2L Testis
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v106715 P{KK106130}VIE-260B
VDRC v18056 w[1118]; P{GD7270}v18056
4 235 CG33654 CG33654   3R -
4 236 CG14708 CG14708   3R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14708R-1 CG14708[NIG.14708R]
NIG-Fly 14708R-3 CG14708[NIG.14708R]
BDSC 38120 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI03144
VDRC v106274 P{KK104369}VIE-260B
VDRC v24911 w[1118]; P{GD8415}v24911/CyO
4 237 CG30473 Obp51a Odorant-binding protein 51a   2R Male accessory glands
Vieira and Rozas, 2011, Genome Biol. Evol. 3: 476--490 Comparative Genomics of the Odorant-Binding and Chemosensory Protein Gene Families across the Arthropoda: Origin and Evolutionary History of the Chemosensory System. [FBrf0214323]
Yamamoto and Takemori 2010 Proteome profiling reveals tissue-specific protein expression in the male reproductive system of Drosophila melanogaster. Fly 4 36--39 paperZhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681 Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
Takemori and Yamamoto, 2009, Proteomics 9(9): 2484--2493 Proteome mapping of the Drosophila melanogaster male reproductive system. [FBrf0208046][pmid.19343724][doi.10.1002/pmic.200800795]
Vieira, S?nchez-Gracia, et. al. 2007 Comparative genomic analysis of the odorant-binding protein family in 12 Drosophila genomes: purifying selection and birth-and-death evolution. Genome Biol. 8 R235 paperMackay, Heinsohn, et. al. 2005 Genetics and genomics of Drosophila mating behavior. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102 6622--6629 paperGraham and Davies 2002 The odorant-binding proteins of Drosophila melanogaster: annotation and characterization of a divergent gene family. Gene 292 43--55 paperHekmat-Scafe, Scafe, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide analysis of the odorant-binding protein gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Res. 12 1357--1369 paperGalindo and Smith updated 2001 A large family of divergent Drosophila odorant-binding proteins expressed in gustatory and olfactory sensilla. Genetics 159 1059--1072 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 29893 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}hbs[MB10413]
VDRC v27143 w[1118]; P{GD6816}v27143
VDRC v27144 w[1118]; P{GD6816}v27144
4 238 CG33647 CG33647   3L -
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141949 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL07041 P{FRT(w[hs])}2A P{neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
VDRC v106116 P{KK112094}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG33647[c05108]
4 239 CG30393 CG30393   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 30393R-1 CG30393[NIG.30393R]
NIG-Fly 30393R-2 CG30393[NIG.30393R]
BDSC 17685 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=PB}CG30393[c05001]
BDSC 35129 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}Rgk3[MI02734]
VDRC v101108 P{KK106929}VIE-260B
VDRC v44147 w[1118]; P{GD10069}v44147
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG30393[c05001]
4 240 CG3290 CG3290   2R Tubule
Drnevich et al., 2004, Proc. Biol. Sci. 271(1554): 2267--2273Quantitative evolutionary genomics: differential gene expression and male reproductive success in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0180658]
Huet et al., 2002, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99(15): 9948--9953A deletion-generator compound element allows deletion saturation analysis for genomewide phenotypic annotation. [FBrf0151478]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 24214 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG3290[MB04669]
VDRC v104586 P{KK110333}VIE-260B
VDRC v52376 w[1118]; P{GD17808}v52376
VDRC v52378 w[1118]; P{GD17808}v52378
VDRC v6622 w[1118]; P{GD2148}v6622
FBrf0152030, FBrf0105495 - P{5'wHy}01D01W-L065
FBrf0152030, FBrf0202955, FBrf0105495 - P{5'wHy}CG3290[01D01W-L166]
4 241 CG4793 CG4793   2L Tubule
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745 Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Bina, Wright, et. al. 2010 Transcriptional targets of Drosophila JAK/STAT pathway signalling as effectors of haematopoietic tumour formation. EMBO Rep. 11 201--207 paperKwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547 The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Wertheim, Kraaijeveld, et. al. 2005 Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. Genome Biol. 6 R94 paperRoss, Jiang, et. al. 2003 Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. Gene 304 117--131 paperChristophides, Zdobnov, et. al. 2002 Immunity related genes and gene families in Anopheles gambiae. Science 298 159--165 paperAshburner, Misra, et. al. 1999 An exploration of the sequence of a 2.9-Mb region of the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. The Adh region. Genetics 153 179--219 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4793R-1 CG4793[NIG.4793R]
NIG-Fly 4793R-2 CG4793[NIG.4793R]
BDSC 18802 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}beat-Ib[f04746]
VDRC v13203 w[1118]; P{GD5233}v13203/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}beat-Ib[f04746]
FBrf0208510 - CG4793[KK109899]
4 242 CG33552 CG33552   2L -
Anholt and Williams, 2010, Chem. Senses 35(1): 21--30The soluble proteome of the Drosophila antenna. [FBrf0209552]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141920 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06829 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 206652 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS16487/SM1
BDSC 17813 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}grp[e00087] CG33552[e00087]
VDRC v47843 w[1118]; P{GD16085}v47843
VDRC v47844 w[1118]; P{GD16085}v47844
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}grp[e00087]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}grp[f00841]
FBrf0208510 - CG33552[KK103424]
4 243 CG34054 CG34054   2R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass
Bergland et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(4): e1002631Fine-scale mapping of natural variation in fly fecundity identifies neuronal domain of expression and function of an aquaporin. [FBrf0218042]
Yandell et al., 2005, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102(5): 1566--1571A computational and experimental approach to validating annotations and gene predictions in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0183655]
Hild et al., 2003, Genome Biol. 5(1): R3An integrated gene annotation and transcriptional profiling approach towards the full gene content of the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0167699]
4 244 CG11756 CG11756   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 103708 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG11756[NP0683] / FM7c
NIG-Fly 11756R-1 CG11756[NIG.11756R]
NIG-Fly 11756R-3 CG11756[NIG.11756R]
BDSC 11293 w[1118] P{w[+mC]=EP}CG11756[EP1610]
BDSC 28408 w[*] P{w[+mC]=EP}CG11756[G17410]
VDRC v105800 P{KK111081}VIE-260B
VDRC v17804 w[1118]; P{GD6756}v17804/TM3
VDRC v17807 w[1118]; P{GD6756}v17807
4 245 CG30083 CG30083   2R Head, Eye, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Levine et al., 2011, Mol. Biol. Evol. 28(1): 249--256Whole-Genome Expression Plasticity across Tropical and Temperate Drosophila melanogaster Populations from Eastern Australia. [FBrf0212629]
Adryan et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(8): R167Genomic mapping of Suppressor of Hairy-wing binding sites in Drosophila. [FBrf0205349]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 23419 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG30083[MB02150]
BDSC 37445 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG30083[MI04386]
VDRC v104289 P{KK107047}VIE-260B
VDRC v21091 w[1118]; P{GD9988}v21091/TM3
VDRC v21092 w[1118]; P{GD9988}v21092
4 246 CG30087 CG30087   2R Tubule, Testis
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
De Gregorio et al., 2002, EMBO J. 21(11): 2568--2579The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. [FBrf0148976]
De Gregorio et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(22): 12590--12595Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. [FBrf0139795]
Ponting et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(12): 1996--2008Novel protein domains and repeats in Drosophila melanogaster: insights into structure, function, and evolution. [FBrf0141558]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107407 P{KK111139}VIE-260B
VDRC v24376 w[1118]; P{GD9992}v24376
4 247 CG30091 CG30091   2R Tubule, Virgin spermatheca, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140826 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL04014 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 204327 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS12857/SM1
BDSC 18672 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Vha14-1[f03593] Vha14-1
BDSC 27229 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG30091[G7521]
VDRC v101240 P{KK103997}VIE-260B
VDRC v19563 w[1118]; P{GD5819}v19563
VDRC v19564 w[1118]; P{GD5819}v19564
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Vha14-1[f03593] Vha14-1
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e04140
4 248 CG8856 Sr-CII Scavenger receptor class C, type II   2R Testis
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698 Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Z??iga, H?dar, et. al. 2009, BMC Biol. 7 61 Genes encoding novel secreted and transmembrane proteins are temporally and spatially regulated during Drosophila melanogaster embryogenesis. [FBrf0209115][pmid.19772636][doi.10.1186/1741-7007-7-61]
Lazzaro, Sackton, et. al. 2006, Genetics 174 1539--1554 Genetic variation in Drosophila melanogaster resistance to infection: a comparison across bacteria. [FBrf0193413][pmid.16888344][doi.10.1534/genetics.105.054593]
Lazzaro 2005, Genetics 169 2023--2034 Elevated polymorphism and divergence in the class C scavenger receptors of Drosophila melanogaster and D. simulans. [FBrf0188507][pmid.15716507]
Lazzaro, Sceurman, et. al. 2004 Genetic basis of natural variation in D. melanogaster antibacterial immunity. Science 303 1873--1876 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 8856R-1 Sr-CII[NIG.8856R]
NIG-Fly 8856R-2 Sr-CII[NIG.8856R]
VDRC v100928 P{KK106250}VIE-260B
VDRC v51504 w[1118]; P{GD1946}v51504
VDRC v51505 w[1118] P{GD1946}v51505
VDRC v52645 w[1118]; P{GD1946}v52645
4 249 CG30098 CG30098   2R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Gordon et al., 2008, PLoS Pathog. 4(7): e1000111Pathogenesis of listeria-infected Drosophila wntD mutants is associated with elevated levels of the novel immunity gene edin. [FBrf0205745]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v108326 P{KK106520}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG30098[GD13677]
4 250 CG30108 CG30108   2R Midgut, Testis, Male accessory glands, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, S2 cells (growing)
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 105218 y[*] w[*]; P{GawB}NP6365 / CyO, P{UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14
BDSC 16854 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}CG30108[EY07691]
BDSC 18550 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG30109[f02403]
VDRC v107671 P{KK112848}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG30109[f02403]
FBrf0202579 - CG30108[GD15481]
4 251 CG31664 CG31664   2L Head, Eye, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v101614 P{KK105205}VIE-260B
VDRC v25789 w[1118]; P{GD10322}v25789
VDRC v25790 w[1118] P{GD10322}v25790
4 252 CG30075 CG30075   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 30075R-2 CG30075[NIG.30075R]
NIG-Fly 30075R-3 CG30075[NIG.30075R]
VDRC v104140 P{KK105174}VIE-260B
VDRC v25563 w[1118]; P{GD9983}v25563
VDRC v25564 w[1118]; P{GD9983}v25564/TM3
4 253 CG31681 CG31681   2L Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca
Wong et al., 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(1): 229--238Temporally variable selection on proteolysis-related reproductive tract proteins in Drosophila. [FBrf0217443]
Allen and Spradling, 2008, Development 135(2): 311--321The Sf1-related nuclear hormone receptor Hr39 regulates Drosophila female reproductive tract development and function. [FBrf0202345]
Prokupek et al., 2008, Evolution 62(11): 2936--2947An evolutionary expressed sequence tag analysis of Drosophila spermatheca genes. [FBrf0206906]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v106742 P{KK106963}VIE-260B
VDRC v28352 w[1118]; P{GD12756}v28352
VDRC v28353 w[1118]; P{GD12756}v28353/TM3
4 254 CG14377 CG14377   3R *
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 33344 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HMS00210}attP2
VDRC v7527 w[1118]; P{GD2973}v7527
4 255 CG30039 CG30039   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 30039R-2 CG30039[NIG.30039R]
NIG-Fly 30039R-3 CG30039[NIG.30039R]
VDRC v107245 P{KK105176}VIE-260B
VDRC v21072 w[1118]; P{GD9975}v21072
4 256 CG17011 lectin-30A   2L Male accessory glands
Bellen et al., 2004, Genetics 167(2): 761--781The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. [FBrf0179132]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 32733 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI01096
VDRC v107218 P{KK104111}VIE-260B
VDRC v15596 w[1118]; P{GD5108}v15596
VDRC v15597 w[1118]; P{GD5108}v15597
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}lectin-30A[e00823]
4 257 CG1701 CG1701   2R Male accessory glands
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 17250 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}Eaf[EP2475]/CyO Eaf
VDRC v106343 P{KK109689}VIE-260B
VDRC v29662 w[1118]; P{GD15054}v29662/CyO
VDRC v29663 w[1118]; P{GD15054}v29663/CyO
4 258 CG14088 CG14088   3L Tubule, Mated spermatheca, S2 cells (growing)
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v108687 P{KK104394}VIE-260B
VDRC v5361 w[1118]; P{GD2722}v5361
4 259 CG30054 CG30054   2R Brain, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Tubule, Male accessory glands, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval CNS, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut
Bredendiek et al., 2011, Chem. Senses 36(1): 69--81Go is involved in sugar perception in Drosophila. [FBrf0212580]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25304 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG30054[MB05666]
BDSC 38077 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI04974/SM6a
VDRC v102887 P{KK113193}VIE-260B
VDRC v4643 w[1118]; P{GD1959}v4643
VDRC v4644 w[1118]; P{GD1959}v4644/CyO
FBrf0212580 - CG30054[VDRC.cUa]
4 260 CG6208 CG6208   3R Brain, Head, Eye, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Testis, Larval CNS
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Guruharsha et al., 2011, Cell 147(3): 690--703A Protein Complex Network of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0216491]
Dorer et al., 2006, PLoS Pathog. 2(4): e34RNA interference analysis of Legionella in Drosophila cells: exploitation of early secretory apparatus dynamics. [FBrf0194432]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 19029 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG6208[f06990]
BDSC 29093 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB10133
VDRC v105575 P{KK105805}VIE-260B
VDRC v40348 w[1118]; P{GD11861}v40348
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG6208[f06990]
4 261 CG8860 CG8860   2R Salivary gland, Midgut, Fat body, Male accessory glands, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval CNS, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 201969 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS9671 / SM1
Kyoto DGRC 205245 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS10739 / SM1
BDSC 17852 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG8860[e00396]
VDRC v102745 P{KK112331}VIE-260B
VDRC v8768 w[1118]; P{GD3779}v8768
VDRC v8769 w[1118] P{GD3779}v8769
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG8860[e00396]
4 262 CG16992 mthl6 methuselah-like 6   3L Fat body, Testis, Larval Salivary gland, Larval tubule, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass
Patel et al., 2012, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 318(5): 368--387Dramatic expansion and developmental expression diversification of the methuselah gene family during recent Drosophila evolution. [FBrf0218628]
Sharma et al., 2011, Chemosphere 82(3): 370--376Transcriptome analysis provides insights for understanding the adverse effects of endosulfan in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0212610]
Apidianakis et al., 2005, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102(7): 2573--2578Profiling early infection responses: Pseudomonas aeruginosa eludes host defenses by suppressing antimicrobial peptide gene expression. [FBrf0188443]
West et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(7): 3744--3749Crystal structure of the ectodomain of Methuselah, a Drosophila G protein-coupled receptor associated with extended lifespan. [FBrf0135921]
Brody and Cravchik, 2000, J. Cell Biol. 150(2): F83--F88Drosophila melanogaster G Protein-coupled Receptors. [FBrf0129744]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25640 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB07293
BDSC 37266 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}mthl6[MI04162]
VDRC v108048 P{KK106783}VIE-260B
VDRC v47948 w[1118]; P{GD15605}v47948
VDRC v47949 w[1118]; P{GD15605}v47949
4 263 CG31362 Jon99Ciii Jonah 99Ciii   3R -
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Wang, Kean, et. al. 2004 Function-informed transcriptome analysis of Drosophila renal tubule. Genome Biol. 5 R69 paperRoxstrom-Lindquist, Terenius, et. al. 2004 Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. EMBO Rep. 5 207--212 paperRoss, Jiang, et. al. 2003 Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. Gene 304 117--131 paperCeriani, Hogenesch, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide expression analysis in Drosophila reveals genes controlling circadian behavior. J. Neurosci. 22 9305--9319 paperAhrens and Mahoney 1998 Isolation and cloning of Ser4, a gene encoding a trypsin-like serine protease in Drosophila melanogaster. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1395 141--144 paperCoustau, Rocheleau, et. al. 1996 Induction of a putative serine protease transcript in immune challenged Drosophila. Dev. Comp. Immunol. 20 265--272 paperCollett and Seymour-Jones 1992 Leucine aminopeptidase (LAP) is coded for by Jonah family genes in the chromosomal region of 99 in Drosophila melanogaster. D. I. S. 71 197 paperYun and Davis 1989 Levels of RNA from a family of putative serine protease genes are reduced in Drosophila melanogaster dunce mutants and are regulated by cyclic AMP. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9 692--700 paperCarlson and Hogness 1985 The Jonah genes: a new multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. Dev. Biol. 108 341--354 paperCarlson and Hogness 1985 Developmental and functional analysis of Jonah gene expression. Dev. Biol. 108 355--368 paperAkam and Carlson 1985 The detection of Jonah gene transcripts in Drosophila by in situ hybridization. EMBO J. 4 155--161 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 31362R-2 Jon99Ciii[NIG.31362R]
NIG-Fly 31362R-3 Jon99Ciii[NIG.31362R]
BDSC 26369 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB08387
BDSC 41051 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI05052
FBrf0208510 - Jon99Ciii[KK116122]
4 264 CG4650 CG4650   2L Midgut, Fat body, Male accessory glands, Larval fat body
Johansson et al., 2005, Exp. Cell Res. 305(1): 145--155Microarray analysis of immune challenged Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0183962]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
McDonald and Rosbash, 2001, Cell 107(5): 567--578Microarray analysis and organization of circadian gene expression in Drosophila. [FBrf0141415]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4650R-1 CG4650[NIG.4650R]
NIG-Fly 4650R-3 CG4650[NIG.4650R]
BDSC 25255 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB06861
VDRC v101073 P{KK106806}VIE-260B
VDRC v39032 w[1118]; P{GD12791}v39032
4 265 CG16735 CR16735   3R Fat body
Weiler, 2007, Genetics 177(1): 167--178E(var)3-9 of Drosophila melanogaster Encodes a Zinc Finger Protein. [FBrf0201244]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18179 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CR16735[e03669]
VDRC v104915 P{KK112072}VIE-260B
VDRC v49401 w[1118]; P{GD15243}v49401
VDRC v49402 w[1118]; P{GD15243}v49402/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CR16735[e03669]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c00174
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c03136
4 266 CG33017 CG33017   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140964 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06430 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1] Khc
NIG-Fly 15702R-1 CG33017[NIG.15702R]
NIG-Fly 15702R-2 CG33017[NIG.15702R]
BDSC 18018 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}Khc[e02141]/CyO Khc
BDSC 20316 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY11496 Khc
BDSC 31927 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF02217}attP2
VDRC v103968 P{KK103477}VIE-260B
VDRC v40021 w[1118]; P{GD9091}v40021/TM3
VDRC v40022 w[1118]; P{GD9091}v40022
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}Khc[e02141] Khc
FBrf0202579 - CG33017[GD9090]
4 267 CG33923 CG33923   2L *
Shevelyov et al., 2009, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 106(9): 3282--3287The B-type lamin is required for somatic repression of testis-specific gene clusters. [FBrf0207453]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 29178 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB11028
VDRC v104919 P{KK112166}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG33923[GD17500]
4 268 CG33465 CG33465   2R Tubule, Fat body, Male accessory glands, Larval tubule, Larval fat body, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Yandell et al., 2005, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102(5): 1566--1571A computational and experimental approach to validating annotations and gene predictions in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0183655]
Hild et al., 2003, Genome Biol. 5(1): R3An integrated gene annotation and transcriptional profiling approach towards the full gene content of the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0167699]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141799 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06393 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
BDSC 25633 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG33465[MB06930]
VDRC v102042 P{KK110493}VIE-260B
4 269 CG33792 CG33792   2R -
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141425 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05035 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
BDSC 18761 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}muskelin[f04338]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}muskelin[f04338]
FBrf0202579 - CG33792[GD16127]
4 270 CG33467 CG33467   2R -
Yandell et al., 2005, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102(5): 1566--1571A computational and experimental approach to validating annotations and gene predictions in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0183655]
4 271 CG33764 CG33764   3L -
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18261 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG1273[e04471] CG1273
VDRC v103050 P{KK111947}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG1273[e04471] CG1273
4 272 CG30287 CG30287   2R Midgut, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Larval fat body
Cherbas et al., 2011, Genome Res. 21(2): 301--314The transcriptional diversity of 25 Drosophila cell lines. [FBrf0213077]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Rebeiz et al., 2002, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99(15): 9888--9893SCORE: a computational approach to the identification of cis-regulatory modules and target genes in whole-genome sequence data. [FBrf0152326]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27963 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}Egfr[G7531] CG30287[G7531]
VDRC v105914 P{KK106307}VIE-260B
FBrf0202579 - CG30287[GD5937]
4 273 CG30288 CG30288   2R Tubule, Virgin spermatheca, Larval Salivary gland, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval carcass
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26457 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG30288[MB09262]
VDRC v104269 P{KK106550}VIE-260B
VDRC v33699 w[1118] P{GD10037}v33699
VDRC v33700 w[1118]; P{GD10037}v33700
4 274 CG14374 CG14374   3R *
Ranade et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 315(2): 521--534Analysis of the Otd-dependent transcriptome supports the evolutionary conservation of CRX/OTX/OTD functions in flies and vertebrates. [FBrf0204284]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f01104
4 275 CG14193 HP1D3csd Heterochromatin Protein 1D3 chromoshadow domain   X Midgut, Tubule, Fat body, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval fat body, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Levine et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(6): e1002729Phylogenomic Analysis Reveals Dynamic Evolutionary History of the Drosophila Heterochromatin Protein 1 (HP1) Gene Family. [FBrf0218715]
Dimova et al., 2003, Genes Dev. 17(18): 2308--2320Cell cycle-dependent and cell cycle-independent control of transcription by the Drosophila E2F/RB pathway. [FBrf0162136]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18965 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Mec2[f06342] Mec2
BDSC 36075 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.GL00494}attP2
VDRC v39829 w[1118]; P{GD8253}v39829
VDRC v39830 w[1118]; P{GD8253}v39830
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}HP1D3csd[f01186]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}HP1D3csd[f07323]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Mec2[f06342] Mec2
FBrf0208510 - HP1D3csd[KK104595]
4 276 CG10852 Acp63F Accessory gland peptide 63F   3L Male accessory glands
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Fiumera, Dumont, et. al. 2007, Genetics 176 1245--1260 Associations between sperm competition and natural variation in male reproductive genes on the third chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200888][pmid.17435238][doi.10.1534/genetics.106.06Ram and Wolfner 2007 Sustained post-mating response in Drosophila melanogaster requires multiple seminal fluid proteins. PLoS Genet. 3 e238 paperWagstaff and Begun 2005 Comparative Genomics of Accessory Gland Protein Genes in Drosophila melanogaster and D. pseudoobscura. Mol. Biol. Evol. 22 818--832 paperMueller, Ram, et. al. 2005 Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. Genetics 171 131--143 paperFitzpatrick 2004 Pleiotropy and the genomic location of sexually selected genes. Am. Nat. 163 800--808 paperPanhuis, Swanson, et. al. 2003 Population genetics of accessory gland proteins and sexual behavior in Drosophila melanogaster populations from Evolution Canyon. Evolution 57 2785--2791 paperLung, Tram, et. al. 2002 The Drosophila melanogaster seminal fluid protein Acp62F is a protease inhibitor that is toxic upon ectopic expression. Genetics 160 211--224 paperSwanson, Clark, et. al. 2001 Evolutionary EST analysis identifies rapidly evolving male reproductive proteins in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 7375--7379 paperVan Buskirk, Hawkins, et. al. 2000 Encore is a member of a novel family of proteins and affects multiple processes in Drosophila oogenesis. Development 127 4753--4762 paperHeifetz, Lung, et. al. 2000 The Drosophila seminal fluid protein Acp26Aa stimulates release of oocytes by the ovary. Curr. Biol. 10 99--102 paperBegun, Whitley, et. al. 2000 Molecular population genetics of male accessory gland proteins in Drosophila. Genetics 156 1879--1888 paperNeubaum and Wolfner 1999 Mated Drosophila melanogaster females require a seminal fluid orotein, Acp36DE, to store sperm efficiently. Genetics 153 845--857 paperWolfner, Harada, et. al. 1997 New genes for male accessory gland proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 27 825--834 paperClark, Aguade, et. al. 1995 Variation in sperm displacement and its association with accessory gland protein loci in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 139 189--201 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27870 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}Scsalpha[MB11537] Scsα
VDRC v106565 P{KK112805}VIE-260B
VDRC v26898 w[1118]; P{GD13612}v26898
VDRC v26899 w[1118]; P{GD13612}v26899
FBrf0144890 - Acp63F[Scer\UAS.cLa]
FBrf0204298 - Acp63F[dsRNA.Sym.Scer\UAS]
4 277 CG31658 Nnf1b Nnf1b   2L Ovary, S2 cells (growing)
Przewloka et al., 2007, PLoS ONE 2(5): e478Molecular analysis of core kinetochore composition and assembly in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200394]
Schittenhelm et al., 2007, Chromosoma 116(4): 385--402Spatial organization of a ubiquitous eukaryotic kinetochore protein network in Drosophila chromosomes. [FBrf0200315]
4 278 CG11639 TfIIA-S-2 TfIIA-S-2   X Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Hoskins, Stapleton, et. al. 2005 Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). Nucleic Acids Res. 33 e185 paperKai, Williams, et. al. 2005 The expression profile of purified Drosophila germline stem cells. Dev. Biol. 283 486--502 paperGu, Park, et. al. 2002 Novel mediator proteins of the small mediator complex in Drosophila SL2 cells. J. Biol. Chem. 277 27154--27161 paperBenos, Gatt, et. al. 2001 From First Base: the sequence of the tip of the X chromosome of Drosophila melanogaster, a comparison of two sequencing strategies. Genome Res. 11 710--730 paperMizuguchi, Vassilev, et. al. 2001 ATP-dependent nucleosome remodeling and histone hyperacetylation synergistically facilitate transcription of chromatin. J. Biol. Chem. 276 14773--14783 paperAoyagi and Wassarman 2000 Genes encoding Drosophila melanogaster RNA polymerase II general transcription factors: diversity in TFIIA and TFIID components contributes to gene-specific transcriptional regulation. J. Cell Biol. 150 F45--F49 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 15937 y[1] P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY04702 w[67c23]
VDRC v104539 P{KK109953}VIE-260B
VDRC v23285 w[1118]; P{GD13366}v23285
VDRC v23286 w[1118]; P{GD13366}v23286
4 279 CG16905 eloF elongase F   3R Heart, Fat body, Adult carcass
Szafer-Glusman et al., 2008, Curr. Biol. 18(18): 1426--1431A role for very-long-chain fatty acids in furrow ingression during cytokinesis in Drosophila spermatocytes. [FBrf0206098]
Chertemps et al., 2007, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 104(11): 4273--4278A female-biased expressed elongase involved in long-chain hydrocarbon biosynthesis and courtship behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0192704]
Derr? et al., 2007, PLoS Pathog. 3(10): e155RNAi screen in Drosophila cells reveals the involvement of the Tom complex in Chlamydia infection. [FBrf0201124]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 16905R-1 eloF[NIG.16905R]
NIG-Fly 16905R-9 eloF[NIG.16905R]
VDRC v103269 P{KK112719}VIE-260B
VDRC v12130 w[1118]; P{GD2887}v12130
VDRC v48662 w[1118]; P{GD16401}v48662
VDRC v48663 w[1118]; P{GD16401}v48663
FBrf0192704 - eloF[dsRNA.Scer\UAS]
4 280 CG32713 CG32713   X *
Langille and Clark, 2007, Genomics 90(3): 334--343Parent genes of retrotransposition-generated gene duplicates in Drosophila melanogaster have distinct expression profiles. [FBrf0200094]
Montchamp-Moreau et al., 2006, Genetics 174(3): 1365--1371Organization of the sex-ratio meiotic drive region in Drosophila simulans. [FBrf0192398]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
FBrf0208510 - CG32713[KK116137]
4 281 CG16898 CG16898   2R Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval midgut, Larval hindgut
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Ellis and Carney, 2010, BMC Genomics 11: 558Mating alters gene expression patterns in Drosophila melanogaster male heads. [FBrf0212156]
Gruenewald et al., 2009, Free Radical Biol. Med. 46(12): 1668--1676Hyperoxia-induced neurodegeneration as a tool to identify neuroprotective genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0208024]
Maines et al., 2007, Development 134(8): 1471--1479Stonewalling Drosophila stem cell differentiation by epigenetic controls. [FBrf0200664]
Lawniczak and Begun, 2004, Genome 47(5): 900--910A genome-wide analysis of courting and mating responses in Drosophila melanogaster females. [FBrf0180322]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 24230 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB04815
VDRC v102788 P{KK112441}VIE-260B
VDRC v20319 w[1118]; P{GD9229}v20319
4 282 CG8534 CG8534   3R Heart, Fat body, Adult carcass, Larval carcass
Pospisilik et al., 2010, Cell 140(1): 148--160Drosophila genome-wide obesity screen reveals hedgehog as a determinant of brown versus white adipose cell fate. [FBrf0212676]
Szafer-Glusman et al., 2008, Curr. Biol. 18(18): 1426--1431A role for very-long-chain fatty acids in furrow ingression during cytokinesis in Drosophila spermatocytes. [FBrf0206098]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 8534R-1 CG8534[NIG.8534R]
NIG-Fly 8534R-4 CG8534[NIG.8534R]
VDRC v106515 P{KK111518}VIE-260B
VDRC v49892 w[1118]; P{GD17850}v49892
VDRC v49893 w[1118]; P{GD17850}v49893
FBrf0202579 - CG8534[GD2886]
4 283 CG10630 blanks blanks   3L Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Gerbasi et al., 2011, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 108(8): 3204--3209Blanks, a nuclear siRNA/dsRNA-binding complex component, is required for Drosophila spermiogenesis. [FBrf0213185]
Sanders and Smith, 2011, PLoS ONE 6(8): e24151LUMP Is a Putative Double-Stranded RNA Binding Protein Required for Male Fertility in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0215206]
Schneiderman et al., 2010, PLoS Genet. 6(9): e1001095Perturbation Analysis of Heterochromatin-Mediated Gene Silencing and Somatic Inheritance. [FBrf0211786]
Wang et al., 2008, Genetics 180(1): 269--281A genetic screen identifies new regulators of steroid-triggered programmed cell death in Drosophila. [FBrf0207097]
Zhou et al., 2008, Mol. Cell 32(4): 592--599Comparative analysis of argonaute-dependent small RNA pathways in Drosophila. [FBrf0206362]
Maines et al., 2007, Development 134(8): 1471--1479Stonewalling Drosophila stem cell differentiation by epigenetic controls. [FBrf0200664]
Lundgren et al., 2005, Mol. Cell. Biol. 25(11): 4662--4675Identification and characterization of a Drosophila proteasome regulatory network. [FBrf0188596]
Radford et al., 2002, J. Biol. Chem. 277(41): 38810--38817Systematic G-protein-coupled receptor analysis in Drosophila melanogaster identifies a leucokinin receptor with novel roles. [FBrf0152099]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 111567 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}blanks[KG00804] P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}80B/TM6B, P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}TPN1, Tb[1]
BDSC 13914 y[1]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}blanks[KG00804] ry[506]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 33667 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HMS00078}attP2
BDSC 37808 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI04285
VDRC v22846 w[1118] P{GD12595}v22846
FBrf0211786 - blanks[LA4.4]
FBrf0215206 - blanks[+t6]
FBrf0215206 - blanks[dsRBD1+2]
FBrf0215206 - blanks[dsRBD1]
FBrf0215206 - blanks[dsRBD2]
FBrf0215206 - blanks[T:Avic\GFP]
4 284 CG31002 CG31002   3R 0
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Holland et al., 2011, Genetics 188(2): 359--367A Link Between Impaired Purine Nucleotide Synthesis and Apoptosis in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0213875]
Piacentini et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000670Heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1a) positively regulates euchromatic gene expression through RNA transcript association and interaction with hnRNPs in Drosophila. [FBrf0209129]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Luque and O'Reilly, 2002, Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 32(12): 1597--1604Functional and phylogenetic analyses of a putative Drosophila melanogaster UDP-glycosyltransferase gene. [FBrf0152079]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 31002R-1 CG31002[NICG31002R]
NIG-Fly 31002R-2 CG31002[NICG31002R]
VDRC v108768 P{KK111399}VIE-260B
VDRC v22960 w[1118]; P{GD12746}v22960/TM3
VDRC v22961 w[1118]; P{GD12746}v22961/TM3
VDRC v48225 w[1118]; P{GD16865}v48225
VDRC v48226 w[1118]; P{GD16865}v48226
4 285 CG30289 CG30289   2R Eye, Salivary gland, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body
Ogura et al., 2009, Radiat. Res. 171(1): 1--8Reduction in Mutation Frequency by Very Low-Dose Gamma Irradiation of Drosophila melanogaster Germ Cells. [FBrf0206576]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 30289R-1 CG30289[NIG.30289R]
NIG-Fly 30289R-6 CG30289[NIG.30289R]
BDSC 15366 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY01632/CyO
BDSC 21413 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY13348
BDSC 21932 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EPg}HP21725/CyO
VDRC v13883 w[1118] P{GD5936}v13883
VDRC v13884 w[1118]; P{GD5936}v13884
4 286 CG13801 CG13801   3L Testis
Johansson et al., 2005, Exp. Cell Res. 305(1): 145--155Microarray analysis of immune challenged Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0183962]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 23841 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG13801[MB03262]
VDRC v104206 P{KK104356}VIE-260B
VDRC v45925 w[1118]; P{GD2263}v45925/TM3
4 287 CG32847 CG32847   3L Testis
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140692 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL02854 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
Kyoto DGRC 141423 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05029 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 24738 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}Cep135[MB04996] CG16959[MB04996]/TM6C, cu[1] Sb[1] Cep135, CG16959
VDRC v104294 P{KK107101}VIE-260B
VDRC v48422 w[1118]; P{GD15973}v48422/TM3
VDRC v48423 w[1118]; P{GD15973}v48423
4 288 CG13723 CG13723   3L Testis
Luo et al., 2011, Development 138(13): 2761--2771Direct targets of the D. melanogaster DSXF protein and the evolution of sexual development. [FBrf0213878]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26357 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB07992 CR43870
VDRC v104052 P{KK112560}VIE-260B
VDRC v8519 w[1118]; P{GD3608}v8519
4 289 CG32301 CG32301   3L Testis
Duvall and Taghert, 2012, PLoS Biol. 10(6): e1001337The Circadian Neuropeptide PDF Signals Preferentially through a Specific Adenylate Cyclase Isoform AC3 in M Pacemakers of Drosophila. [FBrf0218594]
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Brandt and Corces, 2008, Mol. Genet. Genomics 280(5): 385--396The Lawc protein is required for proper transcription by RNA polymerase II in Drosophila. [FBrf0206854]
Kuhn-Parnell et al., 2008, Genetics 179(3): 1263--1273Investigation of the properties of non-gypsy suppressor of hairy-wing-binding sites. [FBrf0207340]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 20634 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY10821/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
VDRC v12238 w[1118]; P{GD3573}v12238/TM3
VDRC v12239 w[1118]; P{GD3573}v12239
VDRC v47917 w[1118]; P{GD16147}v47917
4 290 CG18563 CG18563   2L Tubule, Larval Salivary gland, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval carcass
Zhang et al., 2011, Bioinformatics 27(13): 1749--1753A cautionary note for retrocopy identification: DNA-based duplication of intron-containing genes significantly contributes to the origination of single exon genes. [FBrf0216536]
Pospisilik et al., 2010, Cell 140(1): 148--160Drosophila genome-wide obesity screen reveals hedgehog as a determinant of brown versus white adipose cell fate. [FBrf0212676]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Carrera et al., 2008, Mol. Cell. Biol. 28(17): 5238--5250Two subunits specific to the PBAP chromatin remodeling complex have distinct and redundant functions during drosophila development. [FBrf0207089]
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
De Gregorio et al., 2002, EMBO J. 21(11): 2568--2579The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. [FBrf0148976]
De Gregorio et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(22): 12590--12595Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. [FBrf0139795]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v104264 P{KK106483}VIE-260B
VDRC v33370 w[1118] P{GD9604}v33370
4 291 CG1736 Prosα3T Proteasome α3T subunit   3R Testis
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108 Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Zhong and Belote 2007, Development 134 3517--3525 The testis-specific proteasome subunit Prosalpha6T of D. melanogaster is required for individualization and nuclear maturation during spermatogenesis. [FBrf0201355][pmid.17728345][doi.10.1242/dev.004770] Barbash and Lorigan 2007, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 308B 74--84 Lethality in Drosophila melanogaster/Drosophila simulans species hybrids is not associated with substantial transcriptional misregulation. [FBrf0201868][pmid.17075830]
Bai, Casola, et. al. 2007, Genome Biol. 8 R11 Comparative genomics reveals a constant rate of origination and convergent acquisition of functional retrogenes in Drosophila. [FBrf0192134][pmid.17233920][doi.10.1186/gb-2007-8-1-r11]
Rathke, Baarends, et. al. 2007 Transition from a nucleosome-based to a protamine-based chromatin configuration during spermiogenesis in Drosophila. J. Cell Sci. 120 1689--1700 paperSpeese, Trotta, et. al. 2003 The ubiquitin proteasome system acutely regulates presynaptic protein turnover and synaptic efficacy. Curr. Biol. 13 899--910 paperMa, Katz, et. al. 2002 Expression of proteasome subunit isoforms during spermatogenesis in Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Mol. Biol. 11 627--639 paperBohm, Frangakis, et. al. 2000 Toward detecting and identifying macromolecules in a cellular context: template matching applied to electron tomograms. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 97 14245--14250 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 1736R-2 Prosα3T[NIG.1736R]
NIG-Fly 1736R-3 Prosα3T[NIG.1736R]
VDRC v100528 P{KK106317}VIE-260B
VDRC v32889 w[1118]; P{GD9358}v32889
FBrf0200503, FBrf0201355, FBrf0152082 - Prosα3T[T:Avic\GFP-EGFP]
4 292 CG17856 CG17856   3R Testis
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Gallach et al., 2010, Genome Biol. Evol. 2: 835--850Analyses of nuclearly encoded mitochondrial genes suggest gene duplication as a mechanism for resolving intralocus sexually antagonistic conflict in Drosophila. [FBrf0212370]
Copeland et al., 2009, Curr. Biol. 19(19): 1591--1598Extension of Drosophila life span by RNAi of the mitochondrial respiratory chain. [FBrf0208989]
Zhang et al., 2008, BMC Bioinformatics 9: 129Term-tissue specific models for prediction of gene ontology biological processes using transcriptional profiles of aging in drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0205117]
Bai et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(1): R11Comparative genomics reveals a constant rate of origination and convergent acquisition of functional retrogenes in Drosophila. [FBrf0192134]
Langille and Clark, 2007, Genomics 90(3): 334--343Parent genes of retrotransposition-generated gene duplicates in Drosophila melanogaster have distinct expression profiles. [FBrf0200094]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Tripoli et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(2): R11Comparison of the oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) nuclear genes in the genomes of Drosophila melanogaster, Drosophila pseudoobscura and Anopheles gambiae. [FBrf0184015]
Drnevich et al., 2004, Proc. Biol. Sci. 271(1554): 2267--2273Quantitative evolutionary genomics: differential gene expression and male reproductive success in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0180658]
Betran et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(12): 1854--1859Retroposed new genes out of the X in Drosophila. [FBrf0155820]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102408 P{KK111567}VIE-260B
VDRC v33015 w[1118]; P{GD9481}v33015
VDRC v33016 w[1118]; P{GD9481}v33016
4 293 CG4318 CG4318   X Testis
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 105072 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG4318[NP6012] / FM7c
BDSC 32648 w[*] P{w[+mC]=EP}CG4332[G17085] CG4332
VDRC v104040 P{KK112538}VIE-260B
VDRC v26508 w[1118]; P{GD11282}v26508/CyO
VDRC v26509 w[1118]; P{GD11282}v26509
4 294 CG31960 CG31960   2L Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 31960R-1 CG31960[NIG.31960R]
NIG-Fly 31960R-2 CG31960[NIG.31960R]
BDSC 18504 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG31960[f02028]/CyO
VDRC v50102 w[1118]; P{GD17795}v50102/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG31960[f02028]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c01803
FBrf0208510 - CG31960[KK116212]
4 295 CG34406 CG44003   2L *
Pauli et al., 2010, Curr. Biol. 20(20): 1787--1798A direct role for cohesin in gene regulation and ecdysone response in Drosophila salivary glands. [FBrf0212124]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Chung et al., 2002, EMBO Rep. 3(12): 1158--1162Genomic expansion and clustering of ZAD-containing C2H2 zinc-finger genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0155739]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140166 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00807 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 141786 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06361 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 206941 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS17227/SM1
BDSC 10844 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=PB}CG44003[c02114]
VDRC v105918 P{KK106357}VIE-260B
VDRC v43767 w[1118] P{GD10982}v43767
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}CG44003[c02114]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG44003[f01446]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG44003[f04262]
4 296 CG12854 CG42254   2R Tubule, S2 cells (growing)
Nawaz et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(5): e35640Differential evolutionary wiring of the tyrosine kinase btk. [FBrf0218278]
Ramos et al., 2006, Genetics 172(4): 2337--2349Genomic organization of gypsy chromatin insulators in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0190762]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 17821 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG42254[e00165]
BDSC 29674 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG42254[G18133]
VDRC v101795 P{KK109666}VIE-260B
VDRC v38712 w[1118]; P{GD7845}v38712
VDRC v38714 w[1118]; P{GD7845}v38714/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG42254[e00165]
4 297 CG13686 lectin-21Cb lectin-21Cb   2L Male accessory glands
Tanji et al., 2006, Biochem. J. 396(1): 127--138Participation of a galactose-specific C-type lectin in Drosophila immunity. [FBrf0189817]
Theopold et al., 1999, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 261(3): 923--927Insect glycobiology: A lectin multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0110927]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v106450 P{KK103884}VIE-260B
VDRC v31867 w[1118]; P{GD7670}v31867
VDRC v32507 w[1118]; P{GD7670}v32507
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c00807
4 298 CG5347 CG5347   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 5347R-1 CG5347[NIG.5347R]
NIG-Fly 5347R-3 CG5347[NIG.5347R]
VDRC v22088 w[1118]; P{GD11619}v22088/TM3
VDRC v22089 w[1118]; P{GD11619}v22089
FBrf0202579 - CG5347[GD17127]
FBrf0208510 - CG5347[KK101649]
4 299 CG17802 CG17802   3R Ovary
Ayroles et al., 2009, Nat. Genet. 41(3): 299--307Systems genetics of complex traits in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0206705]
Chung et al., 2002, EMBO Rep. 3(12): 1158--1162Genomic expansion and clustering of ZAD-containing C2H2 zinc-finger genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0155739]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140929 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05489 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
NIG-Fly - CG17802[NIG.17802R]
BDSC 16164 y[1] w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=5HPw[+]}CG17802[B196]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
VDRC v102311 P{KK109638}VIE-260B
VDRC v14383 w[1118]; P{GD6193}v14383
4 300 CG18636 CG18636   2L 0
Yandell et al., 2005, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102(5): 1566--1571A computational and experimental approach to validating annotations and gene predictions in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0183655]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
4 301 CG32110 CG32110   3L Testis
Berdnik et al., 2012, J. Neurosci. 32(24): 8331--8340The SUMO Protease Verloren Regulates Dendrite and Axon Targeting in Olfactory Projection Neurons. [FBrf0218602]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 32110R-1 CG32110[NIG.32110R]
NIG-Fly 32110R-3 CG32110[NIG.32110R]
VDRC v107634 P{KK104138}VIE-260B
VDRC v34062 w[1118]; P{GD10462}v34062
VDRC v34064 w[1118]; P{GD10462}v34064
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}Sap130[c03966]
4 302 CG5348 CG5348   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v101003 P{KK106565}VIE-260B
VDRC v1698 w[1118]; P{GD429}v1698
4 303 CG15333 CG15333   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 15333R-1 CG15333[NIG.15333R]
NIG-Fly 15333R-4 CG15333[NIG.15333R]
VDRC v100542 P{KK106742}VIE-260B
VDRC v19417 w[1118]; P{GD8979}v19417/TM3
VDRC v20629 w[1118]; P{GD9554}v20629
VDRC v46826 w[1118]; P{GD17119}v46826
4 304 CG12275 RpS10a Ribosomal protein S10a   3R Testis
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Neum?ller et al., 2011, Cell Stem Cell 8(5): 580--593 Genome-Wide Analysis of Self-Renewal in Drosophila Neural Stem Cells by Transgenic RNAi. [FBrf0213621]
Nie, Xie, et. al. 2009, PLoS ONE 4 e5905 Genetic and proteomic evidence for roles of Drosophila SUMO in cell cycle control, Ras signaling, and early pattern formation. [FBrf0208144][pmid.19529778][doi.10.1371/journal.pone.0005905] Marygold et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(10): R216 The ribosomal protein genes and Minute loci of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0205398]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102 Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Kai, Williams, et. al. 2005 The expression profile of purified Drosophila germline stem cells. Dev. Biol. 283 486--502 paperPage et al., 2005, EMBO J. 24(24): 4304--4315 Spotted-dick, a zinc-finger protein of Drosophila required for expression of Orc4 and S phase. [FBrf0190363]
Doerflinger, Benton, et. al. 2003 The role of PAR-1 in regulating the polarised microtubule cytoskeleton in the Drosophila follicular epithelium. Development 130 3965--3975 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 203584 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11777/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
NIG-Fly 12275R-2 RpS10a[NIG.12275R]
NIG-Fly 12275R-4 RpS10a[NIG.12275R]
BDSC 17098 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}tau[EP3203]
BDSC 17155 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}EP3683[EP3683]
BDSC 17690 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=PB}tau[c05068]
VDRC v104132 P{KK105058}VIE-260B
VDRC v44588 w[1118]; P{GD7556}v44588/TM3
VDRC v44589 w[1118]; P{GD7556}v44589/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}tau[c05068]
4 305 CG18550 yellow-f yellow-f   3R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
Ferguson et al., 2011, Mol. Biol. Evol. 28(1): 257--272Evolution of the insect yellow gene family. [FBrf0212607]
Bhutkar et al., 2007, Genome Res. 17(12): 1880--1887Genome-scale analysis of positionally relocated genes. [FBrf0202666]
De Gregorio et al., 2002, EMBO J. 21(11): 2568--2579The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. [FBrf0148976]
Han et al., 2002, Biochem. J. 368(1): 333--340Identification of Drosophila melanogaster yellow-f and yellow-f2 proteins as dopachrome-conversion enzymes. [FBrf0151787]
Wayne and McIntyre, 2002, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 99(23): 14903--14906Combining mapping and arraying: an approach to candidate gene identification. [FBrf0152324]
De Gregorio et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(22): 12590--12595Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. [FBrf0139795]
Drapeau, 2001, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 281(3): 611--613The family of Yellow-Related Drosophila melanogaster proteins. [FBrf0134468]
Maleszka and Kucharski, 2000, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 270(3): 773--776Analysis of Drosophila yellow-B cDNA reveals a new family of proteins related to the royal jelly proteins in the Honeybee and to an orphan protein in an unusual bacterium Deinococcus radiodurans. [FBrf0127215]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140275 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01160 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
VDRC v102822 P{KK103943}VIE-260B
VDRC v15156 w[1118]; P{GD4958}v15156
VDRC v15157 w[1118]; P{GD4958}v15157
4 306 CG2291 CG2291   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v101157 P{KK105475}VIE-260B
VDRC v3265 w[1118]; P{GD1709}v3265
VDRC v3266 w[1118]; P{GD1709}v3266/CyO
4 307 CG34328 CG34328   X Brain, Fat body, Testis, Larval fat body
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
FBrf0208510 - CG34328[KK114001]
4 308 CG34329 Diedel3 Diedel 3   X -
Coste et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33416Crystal Structure of Diedel, a Marker of the Immune Response of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217837]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107509 P{KK111466}VIE-260B
VDRC v28480 w[1118]; P{GD13058}v28480
VDRC v28481 w[1118] P{GD13058}v28481
4 309 CG12231 CG12231   X Testis
Carpenter et al., 2009, PLoS ONE 4(8): e6838The transcriptional response of Drosophila melanogaster to infection with the sigma virus (Rhabdoviridae). [FBrf0208625]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 12231R-1 CG12231[NIG.12231R]
NIG-Fly 12231R-2 CG12231[NIG.12231R]
VDRC v31705 w[1118]; P{GD7539}v31705
4 310 CG13325 CG13325   2R Midgut, Larval midgut
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745 Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Xu et al., 2012, Cell Host Microbe 12(4): 531--543Transcriptional pausing controls a rapid antiviral innate immune response in Drosophila. [FBrf0219695]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Buchon et al., 2009, Cell Host Microbe 5(2): 200--211 Drosophila intestinal response to bacterial infection: activation of host defense and stem cell proliferation. [FBrf0206694]
Sieber and Thummel, 2009, Cell Metab. 10(6): 481--490 The DHR96 nuclear receptor controls triacylglycerol homeostasis in Drosophila. [FBrf0209412]
Blumenthal 2008 Cloning of the neurodegeneration gene drop-dead and characterization of additional phenotypes of its mutation. Fly 2 180--188 paperZinke, Schutz, et. al. 2002 Nutrient control of gene expression in Drosophila: microarray analysis of starvation and sugar-dependent response. EMBO J. 21 6162--6173 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 13325R-1 CG13325[NIG.13325R]
NIG-Fly 13325R-2 CG13325[NIG.13325R]
BDSC 19101 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG13325[f07727]
BDSC 24195 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB03933
VDRC v107881 P{KK104655}VIE-260B
VDRC v8135 w[1118]; P{GD3505}v8135/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG13325[f07727]
4 311 CG34335 CR34335   X -
4 312 CG32282 Drsl4 Drosomycin-like 4   3L Head, Adult carcass
Thomas et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(7): e40276A Versatile Method for Cell-Specific Profiling of Translated mRNAs in Drosophila. [FBrf0218903]
Longworth et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(4): e1002618 A Shared Role for RBF1 and dCAP-D3 in the Regulation of Transcription with Consequences for Innate Immunity. [FBrf0218058] Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Ye and McGraw, 2011, BMC Res. Notes 4: 305 Adult Drosophila melanogaster evolved for antibacterial defense invest in infection-induced expression of both humoral and cellular immunity genes. [FBrf0215821]
Zhang and Zhu 2010, Dev. Comp. Immunol. 34 953--958 Functional role of charged residues in drosomycin, a Drosophila antifungal peptide. [FBrf0211252][pmid.20420852][doi.10.1016/j.dci.2010.04.003]
Fern?ndez-Ayala et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(1): e8549 Gene expression in a Drosophila model of mitochondrial disease. [FBrf0209705]
Ye, Chenoweth, et. al. 2009 Effective but costly, evolved mechanisms of defense against a virulent opportunistic pathogen in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS Pathog. 5 e1000385 paperSackton and Clark 2009, BMC Genomics 10 259 Comparative profiling of the transcriptional response to infection in two species of Drosophila by short-read cDNA sequencing. [FBrf0208259][pmid.19500410][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-10-259]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680 The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Deng, Yang, et. al. 2009 Gene expression divergence and evolutionary analysis of the drosomycin gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Biomed. Biotechnol. 2009 315423 paperBuchon et al., 2009, Cell Host Microbe 5(2): 200--211 Drosophila intestinal response to bacterial infection: activation of host defense and stem cell proliferation. [FBrf0206694]
Tian, Gao, et. al. 2008 Gene expression, antiparasitic activity, and functional evolution of the drosomycin family. Molec. Immunol. 45 3909--3916 paperSackton, Lazzaro, et. al. 2007 Dynamic evolution of the innate immune system in Drosophila. Nat. Genet. 39 1461--1468 paperYang, Wen, et. al. 2006 Functional divergence of six isoforms of antifungal peptide Drosomycin in Drosophila melanogaster. Gene 379 26--32 paperJiggins and Kim 2005 The evolution of antifungal peptides in Drosophila. Genetics 171 1847--1859 paperBhattacharya and Steward 2002 The Drosophila homolog of NTF-2, the nuclear transport factor-2, is essential for immune response. EMBO Rep. 3 378--383 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v103505 P{KK112350}VIE-260B
VDRC v8911 w[1118]; P{GD3833}v8911
VDRC v8912 w[1118]; P{GD3833}v8912
4 313 CG4375 CG4375   2L Testis
Drnevich et al., 2004, Proc. Biol. Sci. 271(1554): 2267--2273Quantitative evolutionary genomics: differential gene expression and male reproductive success in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0180658]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4375R-1 CG4375[NIG.4375R]
NIG-Fly 4375R-4 CG4375[NIG.4375R]
VDRC v103235 P{KK112606}VIE-260B
VDRC v26525 w[1118]; P{GD11297}v26525/CyO
VDRC v26526 w[1118]; P{GD11297}v26526/CyO
4 314 CG10090 Tim17a1 Tim17a1   3R Testis
Doggett et al., 2011, Dev. Biol. 355(2): 381--393Wake-up-call, a lin-52 paralogue, and Always early, a lin-9 homologue physically interact, but have opposing functions in regulating testis-specific gene expression. [FBrf0213964]
Wagstaff and Begun, 2005, Genetics 171(3): 1083--1101Molecular population genetics of accessory gland protein genes and testis-expressed genes in Drosophila mojavensis and D. arizonae. [FBrf0190777]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v101139 P{KK103945}VIE-260B
VDRC v37346 w[1118]; P{GD2942}v37346
VDRC v37347 w[1118]; P{GD2942}v37347
4 315 CG32283 Drsl3 Drosomycin-like 3   3L Midgut
Vieira et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e31867 Human cryptochrome-1 confers light independent biological activity in transgenic Drosophila correlated with flavin radical stability. [FBrf0217806]
Chakrabarti et al., 2012, Cell Host Microbe 12(1): 60--70 Infection-induced host translational blockage inhibits immune responses and epithelial renewal in the Drosophila gut. [FBrf0218984]
Sebald et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(8): e43144 CHD1 Contributes to Intestinal Resistance against Infection by P. aeruginosa in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0219215]
Longworth et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(4): e1002618A Shared Role for RBF1 and dCAP-D3 in the Regulation of Transcription with Consequences for Innate Immunity. [FBrf0218058] Narbonne-Reveau et al., 2011, PLoS ONE 6(2): e17470 Lack of an antibacterial response defect in Drosophila toll-9 mutant. [FBrf0213211]
Zhang and Zhu 2010, Dev. Comp. Immunol. 34 953--958 Functional role of charged residues in drosomycin, a Drosophila antifungal peptide. [FBrf0211252][pmid.20420852][doi.10.1016/j.dci.2010.04.003]
Sackton and Clark 2009, BMC Genomics 10 259 Comparative profiling of the transcriptional response to infection in two species of Drosophila by short-read cDNA sequencing. [FBrf0208259][pmid.19500410][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-10-259]
Deng, Yang, et. al. 2009 Gene expression divergence and evolutionary analysis of the drosomycin gene family in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Biomed. Biotechnol. 2009 315423 paperZsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Buchon et al., 2009, Cell Host Microbe 5(2): 200--211Drosophila intestinal response to bacterial infection: activation of host defense and stem cell proliferation. [FBrf0206694]
Tian, Gao, et. al. 2008 Gene expression, antiparasitic activity, and functional evolution of the drosomycin family. Molec. Immunol. 45 3909--3916 paperHeger and Ponting 2007 Evolutionary rate analyses of orthologs and paralogs from 12 Drosophila genomes. Genome Res. 17 1837--1849 paperSackton, Lazzaro, et. al. 2007 Dynamic evolution of the innate immune system in Drosophila. Nat. Genet. 39 1461--1468 paperYang, Wen, et. al. 2006 Functional divergence of six isoforms of antifungal peptide Drosomycin in Drosophila melanogaster. Gene 379 26--32 paperJiggins and Kim 2005 The evolution of antifungal peptides in Drosophila. Genetics 171 1847--1859 paperBhattacharya and Steward 2002 The Drosophila homolog of NTF-2, the nuclear transport factor-2, is essential for immune response. EMBO Rep. 3 378--383 paperCeriani, Hogenesch, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide expression analysis in Drosophila reveals genes controlling circadian behavior. J. Neurosci. 22 9305--9319 paperDaibo, Kimura, et. al. 2001 Upregulation of genes belonging to the drosomycin family in diapausing adults of Drosophila triauraria. Gene 278 177--184 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 19534 w[*]; PBac{GAL4D,EYFP}PL00522 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B
VDRC v105013 P{KK112855}VIE-260B
VDRC v29783 w[1118]; P{GD15211}v29783/TM3
VDRC v29784 w[1118]; P{GD15211}v29784/TM3
VDRC v39291 w[1118]; P{GD15743}v39291/TM3
VDRC v39293 w[1118]; P{GD15743}v39293
VDRC v49314 w[1118]; P{GD17446}v49314
VDRC v49315 w[1118]; P{GD17446}v49315
4 316 CG31932 Gr22f Gustatory receptor 22f   2L Testis
Weiss et al., 2011, Neuron 69(2): 258--272 The Molecular and Cellular Basis of Bitter Taste in Drosophila. [FBrf0212834] Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Zhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681 Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
Inomata, Itoh, et. al. 2008, Genetica 133 321--334 A new test for detecting ongoing selection. [FBrf0205298][pmid.17965838][doi.10.1007/s10709-007-9216-8]
Colomb, Grillenzoni, et. al. 2007, J. Comp. Neurol. 502 834--847 Architecture of the primary taste center of Drosophila melanogaster larvae. [FBrf0201176][pmid.17436288][doi.10.1002/cne.21312]
McBride et al., 2007, Genetics 177(3): 1395--1416 Five Drosophila genomes reveal nonneutral evolution and the signature of host specialization in the chemoreceptor superfamily. [FBrf0201999]
Reiter, Do, et. al. 2007 Accentuate the negative: proteome comparisons using the negative proteome database. Fly 1 164--171 paperThorne, Bray, et. al. 2005 Function and expression of the Drosophila Gr genes in the perception of sweet, bitter and pheromone compounds. Chem. Senses 30 i270--i272 paperThorne, Chromey, et. al. 2004 Taste perception and coding in Drosophila. Curr. Biol. 14 1065--1079 paperRobertson, Warr, et. al. 2003 Molecular evolution of the insect chemoreceptor gene superfamily in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 100 14537--14542 paperHiroi, Marion-Poll, et. al. 2002 Differentiated Response to Sugars among Labellar Chemosensilla in Drosophila. Zool. Sci., Tokyo 19 1009--1018 paperDunipace, Meister, et. al. 2001 Spatially restricted expression of candidate taste receptors in the Drosophila gustatory system. Curr. Biol. 11 822--835 paperScott, Brady, et. al. 2001 A chemosensory gene family encoding candidate gustatory and olfactory receptors in Drosophila. Cell 104 661--673 paperClyne, Warr, et. al. 2000 Candidate taste receptors in Drosophila. Science 287 1830--1834 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102860 P{KK105570}VIE-260B
VDRC v42744 w[1118]; P{GD810}v42744
VDRC v42745 w[1118] P{GD810}v42745
4 317 CG17300 CG17300   3L Testis
Kim et al., 2010, Exp. Gerontol. 45(7-8): 611--620Gene expression profiling implicates OXPHOS complexes in lifespan extension of flies over-expressing a small mitochondrial chaperone, Hsp22. [FBrf0210880]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 17300R-1 CG17300[NIG.17300R]
NIG-Fly 17300R-2 CG17300[NIG.17300R]
BDSC 33479 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI01008
VDRC v6521 w[1118]; P{GD1688}v6521/TM3
4 318 CG32284 CG32284   3L Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Larval midgut, Larval hindgut
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Rynes et al., 2012, Mol. Cell. Biol. 32(19): 3949--3962Activating transcription factor 3 regulates immune and metabolic homeostasis. [FBrf0219385]
Buchon et al., 2009, Cell Host Microbe 5(2): 200--211Drosophila intestinal response to bacterial infection: activation of host defense and stem cell proliferation. [FBrf0206694]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27962 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}G7349 CG14957
VDRC v102997 P{KK113052}VIE-260B
VDRC v12962 w[1118]; P{GD4869}v12962
4 319 CG18538 CG18538   2R Adult carcass
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25541 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG18539[MB07054] CG18539
VDRC v102149 P{KK110917}VIE-260B
VDRC v25355 w[1118]; P{GD9595}v25355
VDRC v25356 w[1118]; P{GD9595}v25356/TM3
4 320 CG18545 CG18545   3R Testis
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Orihara-Ono et al., 2005, Dev. Biol. 281(1): 121--133The slender lobes gene, identified by retarded mushroom body development, is required for proper nucleolar organization in Drosophila. [FBrf0187392]
4 321 CG5440 CG5440   2L Testis
Michelle et al., 2009, J. Mol. Evol. 68(6): 616--628What was the set of ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like conjugating enzymes in the eukaryote common ancestor? [FBrf0215382]
Junion et al., 2007, Genes Dev. 21(23): 3163--3180Genome-wide view of cell fate specification: ladybird acts at multiple levels during diversification of muscle and heart precursors. [FBrf0201295]
Spellman and Rubin, 2002, J. Biol. 1(1): 5Evidence for large domains of similarly expressed genes in the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0151355]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v100099 P{KK103640}VIE-260B
VDRC v49029 w[1118]; P{GD17080}v49029
VDRC v49030 w[1118]; P{GD17080}v49030/TM3
FBrf0202579 - CG5440[GD11653]
4 322 CG31941 Obp22a Odorant-binding protein 22a   2L Male accessory glands
Vieira and Rozas, 2011, Genome Biol. Evol. 3: 476--490 Comparative Genomics of the Odorant-Binding and Chemosensory Protein Gene Families across the Arthropoda: Origin and Evolutionary History of the Chemosensory System. [FBrf0214323]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Swarup et al., 2011, Genes Brain Behav. 10(6): 648--657 Functional dissection of Odorant binding protein genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0214592]
Sousa-Neves and Rosas 2010, PLoS ONE 5 e10485 An analysis of genetic changes during the divergence of Drosophila species. [FBrf0210766][20463966][10.1371/journal.pone.0010485]
Zhou et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000681 Plasticity of the chemoreceptor repertoire in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0209112]
Huang et al., 2007, Development 134(20): 3733--3742 Drosophila Niemann-Pick Type C-2 genes control sterol homeostasis and steroid biosynthesis: a model of human neurodegenerative disease. [FBrf0201424]
Vieira, S?nchez-Gracia, et. al. 2007 Comparative genomic analysis of the odorant-binding protein family in 12 Drosophila genomes: purifying selection and birth-and-death evolution. Genome Biol. 8 R235 paperComet, Savitskaya, et. al. 2006 PRE-mediated bypass of two Su(Hw) insulators targets PcG proteins to a downstream promoter. Dev. Cell 11 117--124 paperGraham and Davies 2002 The odorant-binding proteins of Drosophila melanogaster: annotation and characterization of a divergent gene family. Gene 292 43--55 paperGalindo and Smith updated 2001 A large family of divergent Drosophila odorant-binding proteins expressed in gustatory and olfactory sensilla. Genetics 159 1059--1072 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v106893 P{KK112165}VIE-260B
VDRC v31141 w[1118]; P{GD6823}v31141
VDRC v31142 w[1118]; P{GD6823}v31142
4 323 CG7594 Eig71Eh Eig71Eh   3L Male accessory glands
Ritter and Beckstead, 2010, Dev. Dyn. 239(10): 2685--2694Sox14 is required for transcriptional and developmental responses to 20-hydroxyecdysone at the onset of drosophila metamorphosis. [FBrf0212221]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Zraly et al., 2006, J. Biol. Chem. 281(46): 35305--35315Hormone-response genes are direct in vivo regulatory targets of Brahma (SWI/SNF) complex function. [FBrf0192654]
Badenhorst et al., 2005, Genes Dev. 19(21): 2540--2545The Drosophila nucleosome remodeling factor NURF is required for Ecdysteroid signaling and metamorphosis. [FBrf0190536]
Rifkin et al., 2003, Nat. Genet. 33(2): 138--144Evolution of gene expression in the Drosophila melanogaster subgroup. [FBrf0156002]
Crossgrove et al., 1996, Dev. Biol. 180(2): 745--758The Drosophila Broad-Complex early gene directly regulates late gene transcription during the ecdysone-induced puffing cascade. [FBrf0091039]
Wright et al., 1996, J. Mol. Biol. 255(3): 387--400Molecular characterization of the 71E late puff in Drosophila melanogaster reveals a family of novel genes. [FBrf0086166]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 40248 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI06329
VDRC v107495 P{KK111273}VIE-260B
VDRC v29793 w[1118]; P{GD15231}v29793
VDRC v29794 w[1118]; P{GD15231}v29794
4 324 CG17795 mthl2 methuselah-like 2   3L Head, Heart, Male accessory glands, Adult carcass, Larval tubule, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Patel et al., 2012, J. Exp. Zool. B Mol. Dev. Evol. 318(5): 368--387Dramatic expansion and developmental expression diversification of the methuselah gene family during recent Drosophila evolution. [FBrf0218628]
Jiang et al., 2011, Protein Cell 2(3): 215--222 Proteomic and transcriptomic analysis of visual long-term memory in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0213377]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Seong et al., 2011, Biogerontology 12(2): 93--107 Genome-wide analysis of low-dose irradiated male Drosophila melanogaster with extended longevity. [FBrf0213307]
Schirling, Heseding, et. al. 2010, Chromosoma 119 99--113 Widespread regulation of gene expression in the Drosophila genome by the histone acetyltransferase dTip60. [FBrf0209798][pmid.19949809][doi.10.1007/s00412-009-0247-z]
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94 Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Ja, Carvalho, et. al. 2009 The Drosophila G protein-coupled receptor, Methuselah, exhibits a promiscuous response to peptides. Protein Sci. 18 2203--2208 paperKwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547 The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Wertheim, Kraaijeveld, et. al. 2005 Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. Genome Biol. 6 R94 paperSano, Akimaru, et. al. 2005 Drosophila activating transcription factor-2 is involved in stress response via activation by p38, but not c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase. Mol. Biol. Cell 16 2934--2946 paperCvejic, Zhu, et. al. 2004 The endogenous ligand Stunted of the GPCR Methuselah extends lifespan in Drosophila. Nat. Cell Biol. 6 540--546 paperWest, Llamas, et. al. 2001 Crystal structure of the ectodomain of Methuselah, a Drosophila G protein-coupled receptor associated with extended lifespan. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 3744--3749 paperBrody and Cravchik 2000 Drosophila melanogaster G Protein-coupled Receptors. J. Cell Biol. 150 F83--F88 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 104314 w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP2760 / TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
Kyoto DGRC 142130 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL07763 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 17948 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}mthl2[e01373]
VDRC v26815 w[1118]; P{GD12717}v26815
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}mthl2[e01373]
FBrf0202579 - mthl2[GD643]
4 325 CG13656 CR13656   3R *
Wang et al., 2004, Genome Biol. 5(9): R69Function-informed transcriptome analysis of Drosophila renal tubule. [FBrf0180324]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 24851 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB05114
VDRC v101054 P{KK106740}VIE-260B
VDRC v23898 w[1118]; P{GD8085}v23898
VDRC v23899 w[1118]; P{GD8085}v23899
4 326 CG32382 sphinx2 sphinx2   3L Male accessory glands
Laflamme et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(1): e1002435The Drosophila melanogaster Seminal Fluid Protease Seminase Regulates Proteolytic and Post-Mating Reproductive Processes. [FBrf0217192]
Wong et al., 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(1): 229--238Temporally variable selection on proteolysis-related reproductive tract proteins in Drosophila. [FBrf0217443]
Kelleher and Pennington, 2009, Mol. Biol. Evol. 26(9): 2125--2134Protease gene duplication and proteolytic activity in Drosophila female reproductive tracts. [FBrf0208688]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Waterhouse et al., 2007, Science 316(5832): 1738--1743Evolutionary dynamics of immune-related genes and pathways in disease-vector mosquitoes. [FBrf0200242]
Kambris et al., 2006, Curr. Biol. 16(8): 808--813Drosophila immunity: a large-scale in vivo RNAi screen identifies five serine proteases required for Toll activation. [FBrf0190023]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Ponting et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(12): 1996--2008Novel protein domains and repeats in Drosophila melanogaster: insights into structure, function, and evolution. [FBrf0141558]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 32797 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI01896/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] sphinx1
VDRC v103331 P{KK112905}VIE-260B
VDRC v27251 w[1118]; P{GD10874}v27251
FBrf0190023, FBrf0199186 - sphinx2[dsRNA.IR.Scer\UAS]
FBrf0202579 - sphinx2[GD17797]
4 327 CG7815 ran-like ran-like   3L Testis
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108 Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Tracy, R?o, et. al. 2010, Genetics 184 1067--1076 Convergently recruited nuclear transport retrogenes are male biased in expression and evolving under positive selection in Drosophila. [FBrf0210734][pmid.20065068][doi.10.1534/genetics.109.113522]
Li, Kim, et. al. 2010, J. Biol. Chem. 285 19705--19709 Regulation of mTORC1 by the Rab and Arf GTPases. [FBrf0211071][pmid.20457610][doi.10.1074/jbc.C110.102483] Bai, Casola, et. al. 2008, BMC Genomics 9 241 Evolutionary origin of regulatory regions of retrogenes in Drosophila. [FBrf0216056][pmid.18498650][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-9-241]
Dai et al., 2006, Gene 385: 96--102 Retrogene movement within- and between-chromosomes in the evolution of Drosophila genomes. [FBrf0194437]
Minakhina, Yang, et. al. 2003 Tamo selectively modulates nuclear import in Drosophila. Genes Cells 8 299--310 paperTrieselmann and Wilde 2002 Ran localizes around the microtubule spindle in vivo during mitosis in Drosophila embryos. Curr. Biol. 12 1124--1129 paperKoizumi, Stivers, et. al. 2001 A search for Drosophila neural precursor genes identifies ran. Dev. Genes Evol. 211 67--75 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 7815R-2 ran-like[NIG.7815R]
NIG-Fly 7815R-4 ran-like[NIG.7815R]
BDSC 27512 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF02662}attP2
VDRC v22567 w[1118] P{GD12293}v22567
FBrf0208510 - ran-like[KK103364]
4 328 CG32383 sphinx1 sphinx1   3L Male accessory glands
Wong et al., 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(1): 229--238Temporally variable selection on proteolysis-related reproductive tract proteins in Drosophila. [FBrf0217443]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Waterhouse et al., 2007, Science 316(5832): 1738--1743Evolutionary dynamics of immune-related genes and pathways in disease-vector mosquitoes. [FBrf0200242]
Kambris et al., 2006, Curr. Biol. 16(8): 808--813Drosophila immunity: a large-scale in vivo RNAi screen identifies five serine proteases required for Toll activation. [FBrf0190023]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Ponting et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(12): 1996--2008Novel protein domains and repeats in Drosophila melanogaster: insights into structure, function, and evolution. [FBrf0141558]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 30991 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI00412
BDSC 32797 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI01896/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 33129 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}MI01595
VDRC v106012 P{KK112465}VIE-260B
VDRC v43240 w[1118]; P{GD5855}v43240
VDRC v43241 w[1118]; P{GD5855}v43241
VDRC v52367 w[1118]; P{GD17798}v52367/TM3
VDRC v52369 w[1118]; P{GD17798}v52369/TM3
FBrf0190023, FBrf0199186 - sphinx1[dsRNA.IR.Scer\UAS]
4 329 CG5372 αPS5 αPS5   2R Midgut, Tubule, Larval midgut, S2 cells (growing)
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Stofanko et al., 2010, PLoS ONE 5(11): e14051 Lineage tracing of lamellocytes demonstrates Drosophila macrophage plasticity. [FBrf0212461]
Dinkins, Fratto, et. al. 2008, Dev. Dyn. 237 3927--3939 Integrin alpha chains exhibit distinct temporal and spatial localization patterns in epithelial cells of the Drosophila ovary. [FBrf0206376][pmid.19035354][doi.10.1002/dvdy.21802]
Yang et al., 2008, PLoS Genet. 4(1): e3 Repetitive element-mediated recombination as a mechanism for new gene origination in Drosophila. [FBrf0202722]
Wada, Kato, et. al. 2007, Dev. Biol. 301 340--349 Specialized extraembryonic cells connect embryonic and extraembryonic epidermis in response to Dpp during dorsal closure in Drosophila. [FBrf0193483][pmid.17034783][doi.10.1016/j.ydbio.2006.09.020]
Tanentzapf, Devenport, et. al. 2007 Integrin-dependent anchoring of a stem-cell niche. Nat. Cell Biol. 9 1413--1418 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paperHughes 2001 Evolution of the integrin and protein families. J. Mol. Evol. 52 63--72 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 104057 y[*] w[*]; P{GawB}NP1629 / CyO, P{UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14 Pi3K59F
Kyoto DGRC 112738 y[*] w[*]; P{GawB}NP1627 / CyO, P{UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14 Pi3K59F
Kyoto DGRC 114691 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}42D P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}Rrp4[EY14839] /CyO y[+] Rrp4
Kyoto DGRC 141517 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05179 / CyO, S[*] bw[1] Pi3K59F
NIG-Fly 5372R-1 αPS5[NIG.5372R]
NIG-Fly 5372R-2 αPS5[NIG.5372R]
BDSC 18214 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}Pi3K59F[e03961] Pi3K59F
BDSC 21107 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}Rrp4[EY14839]/CyO Rrp4
BDSC 29490 w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 P{w[+mC]=lacW}alphaPS5[SH1114], l(2)SH1114[SH1114]/CyO
BDSC 32760 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}alphaPS5[MI01533]
VDRC v100120 P{KK103807}VIE-260B
VDRC v6646 w[1118]; P{GD2181}v6646
VDRC v6647 w[1118]; P{GD2181}v6647
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}Pi3K59F[e03961] Pi3K59F
FBrf0193483 - αPS5[Scer\UAS.cWa]
4 330 CG13577 CG13577   2R Testis
Funakoshi et al., 2011, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 405(4): 667--672A gain-of-function screen identifies wdb and lkb1 as lifespan-extending genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0213115]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 202038 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS9750/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 202044 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS9756/SM1
BDSC 14485 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}KG06386
VDRC v32220 w[1118]; P{GD8059}v32220
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG13577[f02070]
4 331 CG7676 cona corona   3R Testis
Reis et al., 2011, PLoS ONE 6(3): e17512Drosophila Genes That Affect Meiosis Duration Are among the Meiosis Related Genes That Are More Often Found Duplicated. [FBrf0213266]
Takeo et al., 2011, Curr. Biol. 21(21): 1845--1851Synaptonemal complex-dependent centromeric clustering and the initiation of synapsis in Drosophila oocytes. [FBrf0216635]
Janic et al., 2010, Science 330(6012): 1824--1827Ectopic expression of germline genes drives malignant brain tumor growth in Drosophila. [FBrf0212713]
Anderson et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 177--185Molecular population genetics and evolution of Drosophila meiosis genes. [FBrf0206981]
Page et al., 2008, PLoS Genet. 4(9): e1000194Corona is required for higher-order assembly of transverse filaments into full-length synaptonemal complex in Drosophila oocytes. [FBrf0205978]
Page et al., 2007, Fly 1(3): 172--181A germline clone screen for meiotic mutants in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0206085]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 206065 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS15064/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 16270 y[1] w[1118]; PBac{y[+mDint]=3HPy[+]}cona[C061]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
VDRC v101813 P{KK109762}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}cona[f04903]
FBrf0205978 - cona[Scer\UAS.P\T.T:Avic\GFP-YFP.Venus]
FBrf0214518, FBrf0202579 - conaGD9937
4 332 CG9777 CG9777   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 9777R-1 CG9777[NIG.9777R]
NIG-Fly 9777R-3 CG9777[NIG.9777R]
BDSC 18727 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG9777[f04065] CG9777[f04065]/FM7c
VDRC v29271 w[1118]; P{GD14675}v29271
VDRC v29272 w[1118]; P{GD14675}v29272
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG9777[f04065]
4 333 CG32072 Elo68α Elongase 68α   3L 0
Szafer-Glusman et al., 2008, Curr. Biol. 18(18): 1426--1431A role for very-long-chain fatty acids in furrow ingression during cytokinesis in Drosophila spermatocytes. [FBrf0206098]
Chertemps et al., 2007, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 104(11): 4273--4278A female-biased expressed elongase involved in long-chain hydrocarbon biosynthesis and courtship behavior in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0192704]
Chertemps et al., 2005, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 333(4): 1066--1072A new elongase selectively expressed in Drosophila male reproductive system. [FBrf0188597]
Gronke et al., 2005, Cell Metab. 1(5): 323--330Brummer lipase is an evolutionary conserved fat storage regulator in Drosophila. [FBrf0187251]
Roxstrom-Lindquist et al., 2004, EMBO Rep. 5(2): 207--212Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. [FBrf0167559]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 203382 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}Elo68alpha[GS11513]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
Kyoto DGRC 203382 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11513/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG32071
BDSC 23359 y[1] w[67c23]; Mi{ET1}Elo68alpha[MB01772]
BDSC 29142 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG32071[MB10652] CG32071
VDRC v9206 w[1118]; P{GD3869}v9206
FBrf0188597 P-element activity Elo68α[ex20]
FBrf0188597 P-element activity Elo68α[ex25]
FBrf0188597 P-element activity Elo68α[ex28]
FBrf0202579 - Elo68α[GD17492]
4 334 CG12721 CG12721   X Ovary, S2 cells (growing)
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 12721R-1 CG12721[NIG.12721R]
NIG-Fly 12721R-3 CG12721[NIG.12721R]
VDRC v31753 w[1118]; P{GD7585}v31753
VDRC v31754 w[1118]; P{GD7585}v31754
FBrf0208510 - CG12721[KK106932]
4 335 CG12717 CG12717   X Brain, Ovary, S2 cells (growing)
Berdnik et al., 2012, J. Neurosci. 32(24): 8331--8340The SUMO Protease Verloren Regulates Dendrite and Axon Targeting in Olfactory Projection Neurons. [FBrf0218602]
Carreira et al., 2011, BMC Dev. Biol. 11: 32Genetic basis of wing morphogenesis in Drosophila: sexual dimorphism and non-allometric effects of shape variation. [FBrf0214273]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 114207 w[*] P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP7291 / FM7c
NIG-Fly 12717R-2 CG12717[NIG.12717R]
NIG-Fly 12717R-3 CG12717[NIG.12717R]
BDSC 17977 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG4068[e01706b] PBac{RB}e01706a
BDSC 32590 w[*] P{w[+mC]=EP}CG12717[G1477]
VDRC v106239 P{KK100639}VIE-260B
VDRC v17298 w[1118]; P{GD7807}v17298
VDRC v17299 w[1118]; P{GD7807}v17299
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e01706a, PBac{RB}CG4068[e01706b]
FBrf0218602 - CG12717[ex6]
FBrf0218602 - CG12717[Scer\UAS.T:Ivir\HA1]
4 336 CG13560 CG13560   2R *
Doheny et al., 2008, PLoS ONE 3(12): e3864Telomeric position effect--a third silencing mechanism in eukaryotes. [FBrf0206330]
Weake et al., 2008, EMBO J. 27(2): 394--405SAGA-mediated H2B deubiquitination controls the development of neuronal connectivity in the Drosophila visual system. [FBrf0204567]
Li and White, 2003, Dev. Cell 5(1): 59--72Tissue-specific gene expression and ecdysone-regulated genomic networks in Drosophila. [FBrf0160735]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 105333 y[*] w[*]; P{GawB}NP7021 / CyO, P{UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14 egl
Kyoto DGRC 203554 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11738/SM1 egl
BDSC 16415 w[1118]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY07652/CyO, P{ry[+t7.2]=sevRas1.V12}FK1 egl
BDSC 17205 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}egl[EP938]/CyO egl
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}egl[d03893] egl
4 337 CG13559 CG13559   2R Head, Heart, Fat body, Male accessory glands, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Bina et al., 2010, EMBO Rep. 11(3): 201--207Transcriptional targets of Drosophila JAK/STAT pathway signalling as effectors of haematopoietic tumour formation. [FBrf0210131]
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Ponting et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(12): 1996--2008Novel protein domains and repeats in Drosophila melanogaster: insights into structure, function, and evolution. [FBrf0141558]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v102577 P{KK112054}VIE-260B
VDRC v6643 w[1118]; P{GD2179}v6643/TM3
VDRC v6644 w[1118]; P{GD2179}v6644
4 338 CG18814 CG18814   3L Eye, Tubule, Larval tubule
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 23439 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB02329
VDRC v106349 P{KK109783}VIE-260B
VDRC v5283 w[1118]; P{GD2490}v5283/CyO
4 339 CG18823 CG18823   X Tubule, Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 13422 C(1;Y)1, y[1] P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}CG18823[KG01298]
VDRC v20708 w[1118]; P{GD9659}v20708
VDRC v20710 w[1118]; P{GD9659}v20710
VDRC v49230 w[1118]; P{GD17405}v49230/TM3
FBrf0208510 - CG18823[KK116029]
4 340 CG5609 TotB Turandot B   3R Head, Fat body, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
An et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e34510Insect Neuropeptide Bursicon Homodimers Induce Innate Immune and Stress Genes during Molting by Activating the NF-B Transcription Factor Relish. [FBrf0217909]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Greene et al., 2005, Hum. Mol. Genet. 14(6): 799--811Genetic and genomic studies of Drosophila parkin mutants implicate oxidative stress and innate immune responses in pathogenesis. [FBrf0184023]
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Ekengren and Hultmark, 2001, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 284(4): 998--1003A family of turandot-related genes in the humoral stress response of Drosophila. [FBrf0136802]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v51123 w[1118]; P{GD3091}v51123
4 341 CG13540 CG13540   2R Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141630 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05554 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
BDSC 20986 w[1118]; P{w[+mGT]=GT1}GT-000504
VDRC v100319 P{KK105878}VIE-260B
VDRC v32207 w[1118]; P{GD8049}v32207
VDRC v32208 w[1118]; P{GD8049}v32208
4 342 CG9793 ranshi ranshi   3R Ovary
Lewandowski et al., 2010, Dev. Biol. 339(2): 307--319Mago Nashi, Tsunagi/Y14, and Ranshi form a complex that influences oocyte differentiation in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0210119]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Chung et al., 2002, EMBO Rep. 3(12): 1158--1162Genomic expansion and clustering of ZAD-containing C2H2 zinc-finger genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0155739]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 9793R-1 ranshi[NIG.9793R]
NIG-Fly 9793R-3 ranshi[NIG.9793R]
BDSC 17815 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}ranshi[e00091]
VDRC v107393 P{KK103116}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}ranshi[e00091]
FBrf0202579 - ranshi[GD14679]
FBrf0210119 - ranshi[+t4.2]
FBrf0210119 - ranshi[tLa]
4 343 CG7824 CG7824   3R Tubule, Ovary, Male accessory glands, Larval tubule, S2 cells (growing)
Page et al., 2005, EMBO J. 24(24): 4304--4315Spotted-dick, a zinc-finger protein of Drosophila required for expression of Orc4 and S phase. [FBrf0190363]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141803 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL06406 / TM6B, Tb[1]
Kyoto DGRC 201003 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS7082/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
Kyoto DGRC 202184 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV7}GS20950/TM3,Sb[1]Ser[1]
Kyoto DGRC 206142 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS15247/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] dgt1
Kyoto DGRC 206629 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS16426/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
NIG-Fly 7824R-2 CG7824[NIG.7824R]
NIG-Fly 7824R-4 CG7824[NIG.7824R]
BDSC 31857 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG7824[G19951]
VDRC v102886 P{KK113192}VIE-260B
VDRC v22568 w[1118]; P{GD12295}v22568
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f06732
4 344 CG12491 CG12491   2R *
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 12491R-2 CG12491[NIG.12491R]
NIG-Fly 12491R-3 CG12491[NIG.12491R]
4 345 CG3678 CG3678   3R *
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Fisher et al., 2008, Commun. Integr. Biol. 1(1): 47--50The functional domain grouping of microtubule associated proteins. [FBrf0208562]
Hughes et al., 2008, PLoS Biol. 6(4): e98A microtubule interactome: complexes with roles in cell cycle and mitosis. [FBrf0204649]
Rehwinkel et al., 2005, RNA 11(10): 1530--1544Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay factors act in concert to regulate common mRNA targets. [FBrf0190595]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140508 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01719 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
NIG-Fly 3678R-2 CG3678[NIG.3678R]
BDSC 30166 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG3678[G5662]
BDSC 31781 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG3678[G4215]
4 346 CG34432 CG34432   3R -
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 32700 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG34432[MI00788]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
VDRC v108174 P{KK104024}VIE-260B
4 347 CG18672 CG18672   3R Male accessory glands
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 104265 w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}CG3669[NP2629] / TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG3669
VDRC v105305 P{KK109541}VIE-260B
VDRC v41676 w[1118] P{GD9633}v41676
VDRC v41677 w[1118]; P{GD9633}v41677
4 348 CG34436 CG34436   3R -
Adryan et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(8): R167Genomic mapping of Suppressor of Hairy-wing binding sites in Drosophila. [FBrf0205349]
Asha et al., 2003, Genetics 163(1): 203--215Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. [FBrf0155813]
Pile et al., 2003, J. Biol. Chem. 278(39): 37840--37848The SIN3 deacetylase complex represses genes encoding mitochondrial proteins: Implications for the regulation of energy metabolism. [FBrf0162185]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 29147 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG34436[MB10721]
FBrf0214518 - CG34436[GD9235]
4 349 CG7627 CG7627   2L Ovary, Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Campos, Geiger, et. al. 2010, Genetics 184 129--140 Genetic screen in Drosophila melanogaster uncovers a novel set of genes required for embryonic epithelial repair. [FBrf0209682][pmid.19884309][doi.10.1534/genetics.109.110288]
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94 Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Mosallanejad et al., 2010, J. Insect Physiol. 56(12): 1973--1985 Ecdysone signaling and transcript signature in Drosophila cells resistant against methoxyfenozide. [FBrf0212166]
Mayer, Mayer, et. al. 2009, J. Neurosci. 29 3538--3550Evolutionary conservation of vertebrate blood-brain barrier chemoprotective mechanisms in Drosophila. [FBrf0207483][pmid.19295159][doi.10.1523/JNEUROSCI.5564-08.2009]
Li, Zhang, et. al. 2007 Identification and characterization of a juvenile hormone response element and its binding proteins. J. Biol. Chem. 282 37605--37617 paperGreene, Whitworth, et. al. 2005 Genetic and genomic studies of Drosophila parkin mutants implicate oxidative stress and innate immune responses in pathogenesis. Hum. Mol. Genet. 14 799--811 paperTarnay, Szeri, et. al. 2004, Insect Mol. Biol. 13 539--548The dMRP/CG6214 gene of Drosophila is evolutionarily and functionally related to the human multidrug resistance-associated protein family. [FBrf0180349][pmid.15373810]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 103526 w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP0112 / CyO, P{w[-]=UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14
Kyoto DGRC 111343 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1; P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k14902[k14902] P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A/CyO y[+]
Kyoto DGRC 112243 w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP0603 / CyO
Kyoto DGRC 113939 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP6374 / CyO, P{w[-]=UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14
Kyoto DGRC 114223 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}NP7322 / CyO, P{w[-]=UAS-lacZ.UW14}UW14
Kyoto DGRC 123405 w[1118]; P{RS3}CB-5001-3
Kyoto DGRC 123548 w[1118]; P{RS3}CB-5289-3
Kyoto DGRC 123681 w[1118]; P{RS3}CB-5543-3
Kyoto DGRC 201738 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS9379/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 202474 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV7}GS21157/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 204702 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS13400/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 205784 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS14348/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 206130 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS15210/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 206985 y[1] w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS50379/SM1
NIG-Fly 7627R-1 CG7627[NIG.7627R]
NIG-Fly 7627R-2 CG7627[NIG.7627R]
BDSC 11138 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k14902[k14902]/CyO
BDSC 18426 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG7627[f01338]
BDSC 20096 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY00657
BDSC 32337 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HMS00328}attP2
VDRC v101084 P{KK106851}VIE-260B
VDRC v2807 w[1118]; P{GD1004}v2807
VDRC v2808 w[1118]; P{GD1004}v2808
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG7627[f01338]
4 350 CG17760 CG17760   2R Brain, Head, Eye, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Heart, Male accessory glands, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval CNS, Larval tubule, Larval trachea, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Bredendiek et al., 2011, Chem. Senses 36(1): 69--81Go is involved in sugar perception in Drosophila. [FBrf0212580]
Gonsalves et al., 2011, BMC Genomics 12: 475Genome-wide examination of the transcriptional response to ecdysteroids 20-hydroxyecdysone and ponasterone A in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0216487]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Adams, 2002, Gene 297(1-2): 69--78Characterization of a Drosophila melanogaster orthologue of muskelin. [FBrf0151990]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 17760R-1 CG17760[NIG.17760R]
NIG-Fly 17760R-5 CG17760[NIG.17760R]
VDRC v107613 P{KK113244}VIE-260B
VDRC v42255 w[1118]; P{GD14498}v42255
VDRC v52308 w[1118]; P{GD17286}v52308
VDRC v52309 w[1118] P{GD17286}v52309
FBrf0212580 - CG17760[VDRC.cUa]
4 351 CG4259 CG4259   2L Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296 Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Wertheim et al., 2011, Mol. Ecol. 20(5): 932--949 Functional genomics of the evolution of increased resistance to parasitism in Drosophila. [FBrf0213049]
Chen et al., 2011, Fly 5(4): 345--351 Roles of young serine-endopeptidase genes in survival and reproduction revealed rapid evolution of phenotypic effects at adult stages. [FBrf0217834] Castillo et al., 2011, BMC Evol. Biol. 11: 258 Molecular evolution under increasing transposable element burden in Drosophila: A speed limit on the evolutionary arms race. [FBrf0216257]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547 The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Behm-Ansmant, Rehwinkel, et. al. 2006 mRNA degradation by miRNAs and GW182 requires both CCR4:NOT deadenylase and DCP1:DCP2 decapping complexes. Genes Dev. 20 1885--1898 paperWertheim, Kraaijeveld, et. al. 2005 Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. Genome Biol. 6 R94 paperJohansson, Metzendorf, et. al. 2005 Microarray analysis of immune challenged Drosophila hemocytes. Exp. Cell Res. 305 145--155 paperRoss, Jiang, et. al. 2003 Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. Gene 304 117--131 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4259R-1 CG4259[NIG.4259R]
NIG-Fly 4259R-2 CG4259[NIG.4259R]
BDSC 14532 y[1] w[67c23]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}KG07454
BDSC 15666 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY03636
VDRC v106161 P{KK103510}VIE-260B
VDRC v2541 w[1118] P{GD821}v2541
VDRC v44873 w[1118]; P{GD821}v44873
VDRC v44874 w[1118]; P{GD821}v44874
VDRC v45271 w[1118]; P{GD821}v45271
VDRC v52657 w[1118]; P{GD821}v52657
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f00926
4 352 CG1361 Anp Andropin   3R Male accessory glands
Fischer et al., 2012, Proc. Biol. Sci. 279(1738): 2636--2644 Conserved properties of Drosophila and human spermatozoal mRNA repertoires. [FBrf0218415]
Longworth et al., 2012, PLoS Genet. 8(4): e1002618 A Shared Role for RBF1 and dCAP-D3 in the Regulation of Transcription with Consequences for Innate Immunity. [FBrf0218058]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Sharma and Singh 2009, PLoS ONE 4 e5763 Detection of transgenerational spermatogenic inheritance of adult male acquired CNS gene expression characteristics using a Drosophila systems model. [FBrf0208166][pmid.19503609][doi.10.1371/journal.pone.0005763]
Ayroles et al., 2009, Nat. Genet. 41(3): 299--307 Systems genetics of complex traits in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0206705]
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698 Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680 The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Flatt, Heyland, et. al. 2008 Hormonal regulation of the humoral innate immune response in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Exp. Biol. 211 2712--2724 paperHeger and Ponting 2007 Evolutionary rate analyses of orthologs and paralogs from 12 Drosophila genomes. Genome Res. 17 1837--1849 paperSackton, Lazzaro, et. al. 2007 Dynamic evolution of the innate immune system in Drosophila. Nat. Genet. 39 1461--1468 paperWaterhouse, Kriventseva, et. al. 2007 Evolutionary dynamics of immune-related genes and pathways in disease-vector mosquitoes. Science 316 1738--1743 paperReiter, Do, et. al. 2007 Accentuate the negative: proteome comparisons using the negative proteome database. Fly 1 164--171 paperRoxstrom-Lindquist, Terenius, et. al. 2004 Parasite-specific immune response in adult Drosophila melanogaster: a genomic study. EMBO Rep. 5 207--212 paperParsch 2003 Selective constraints on intron evolution in Drosophila. Genetics 165 1843--1851 paperDate-Ito, Kasahara, et. al. 2002 Rapid evolution of the male-specific antibacterial protein Andropin gene in Drosophila. J. Mol. Evol. 54 665--670 paperBondinas, Loukas, et. al. 2002 The actin loci in the genus Drosophila: establishment of chromosomal homologies among five nearctic species of the Drosophila obscura group by in situ hybridization. Chromosoma 111 256--266 paperIrving, Troxler, et. al. 2001 A genome-wide analysis of immune responses in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 15119--15124 paperRanz, Casals, et. al. 2001 How malleable is the eukaryotic genome? Extreme rate of chromosomal rearrangement in the genus Drosophila. Genome Res. 11 230--239 paperLung, Kuo, et. al. 2001 Drosophila males transfer antibacterial proteins from their accessory gland and ejaculatory duct to their mates. J. Insect Physiol. 47 617--622 paperBondinas, Loukas, et. al. 2001 The actin loci in the genus Drosophila: establishment of chromosomal homologies among five palearctic species of the Drosophila obscura group by in situ hybridization. Chromosoma 110 441--450 paperEkengren and Hultmark 1999 Drosophila cecropin as an antifungal agent. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 29 965--972 paperCivetta and Singh 1998 Sex-related genes, directional sexual selection, and speciation. Mol. Biol. Evol. 15 901--909 paperRamos-Onsins and Aguade 1998 Molecular evolution of the cecropin multigene family in Drosophila. Functional genes vs. pseudogenes. Genetics 150 157--171 paperZhou, Nguyen, et. al. 1997 Identification and characterization of the Cecropin antibacterial protein gene locus in Drosophila virilis. J. Mol. Evol. 44 272--281 paperRanz, Segarra, et. al. 1997 Chromosomal homology and molecular organization of Muller's elements D and E in the Drosophila repleta species group. Genetics 145 281--295 paperClark and Wang 1997 Molecular population genetics of Drosophila immune system genes. Genetics 147 713--724 paperSegarra, Ribo, et. al. 1996 Differentiation of Muller's chromosomal elements D and E in the obscura group of Drosophila. Genetics 144 139--146 paperSamakovlis, Kylsten, et. al. 1991 The andropin gene and its product, a male-specific antibacterial peptide in Drosophila melanogaster. EMBO J. 10 163--169 paperKylsten, Samakovlis, et. al. 1990 The cecropin locus in Drosophila; a compact gene cluster involved in the response to infection. EMBO J. 9 217--224 paperSamakovlis, Kimbrell, et. al. 1990 The immune response in Drosophila: pattern of cecropin expression and biological activity. EMBO J. 9 2969--2976 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v9706 w[1118]; P{GD3964}v9706
FBrf0208510 - Anp[KK116096]
4 353 CG13609 CG13609   3R Male accessory glands
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Wagstaff and Begun, 2005, Mol. Biol. Evol. 22(4): 818--832Comparative Genomics of Accessory Gland Protein Genes in Drosophila melanogaster and D. pseudoobscura. [FBrf0184145]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141650 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05623 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 30096 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG13609[G4745]/TM6C, Sb[1]
VDRC v106987 P{KK100799}VIE-260B
VDRC v17325 w[1118]; P{GD8072}v17325
VDRC v17326 w[1118]; P{GD8072}v17326
4 354 CG10232 CG10232   3R Larval trachea, S2 cells (growing)
Liu et al., 2011, Curr. Biol. 21(22): 1888--1893The Exoribonuclease Nibbler Controls 3' End Processing of MicroRNAs in Drosophila. [FBrf0216782]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Shah et al., 2008, Gene 407(1-2): 199--215Enhanced function annotations for Drosophila serine proteases: A case study for systematic annotation of multi-member gene families. [FBrf0202030]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 10232R-2 CG10232[NIG.10232R]
NIG-Fly 10232R-4 CG10232[NIG.10232R]
VDRC v100033 P{KK103041}VIE-260B
4 355 CG32368 CG32368   3L Midgut, Tubule, Hindgut, Larval hindgut, S2 cells (growing)
Nawaz et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(5): e35640Differential evolutionary wiring of the tyrosine kinase btk. [FBrf0218278]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140323 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL01328 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 15663 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC] y[+mDint2]=EPgy2}EY03610
VDRC v103313 P{KK112859}VIE-260B
VDRC v28606 w[1118]; P{GD13173}v28606
4 356 CG12477 CG12477   3L Testis, S2 cells (growing)
Chen et al., 2011, J. Biol. Chem. 286(11): 9020--9030E2 Ligase dRad6 Regulates DMP53 Turnover in Drosophila. [FBrf0213391]
Harbison and Sehgal, 2008, Genetics 178(4): 2341--2360Quantitative genetic analysis of sleep in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0204610]
Lundgren et al., 2005, Mol. Cell. Biol. 25(11): 4662--4675Identification and characterization of a Drosophila proteasome regulatory network. [FBrf0188596]
Zhang et al., 2002, Genetics 162(3): 1283--1299The Drosophila slamdance gene: a mutation in an aminopeptidase can cause seizure, paralysis and neuronal failure. [FBrf0155803]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 12650 w[1118]; P{w[+mGT]=GT1}CG12477[BG01986]
VDRC v102882 P{KK113178}VIE-260B
VDRC v31944 w[1118]; P{GD7738}v31944/TM3
FBrf0202579 - CG12477[GD16855]
4 357 CG18754 CG18754   3R Testis, Adult carcass, S2 cells (growing)
Makunin and Yurlova, 2010, Russ. J. Genet. 46(9): 1067--1069LTR retrotransposons as source of promoters in the drosophila genome. [FBrf0215194]
Makunin and Yurlova, 2010, Genetika, Moscow 46(9): 1202--1204[LTR retrotransposons as source of promoters in the Drosophila genome]. [FBrf0212258]
Lipatov et al., 2005, BMC Biol. 3: 24Paucity of chimeric gene-transposable element transcripts in the Drosophila melanogaster genome. [FBrf0189752]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 25584 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG16710[MB08106] CG16710
BDSC 32810 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG16710[MI01997] CG16710
VDRC v20688 w[1118]; P{GD9645}v20688/TM3
VDRC v20689 w[1118]; P{GD9645}v20689
4 358 CG32371 CG32371   3L Testis
Doggett et al., 2011, Dev. Biol. 355(2): 381--393Wake-up-call, a lin-52 paralogue, and Always early, a lin-9 homologue physically interact, but have opposing functions in regulating testis-specific gene expression. [FBrf0213964]
Mattie et al., 2010, Curr. Biol. 20(24): 2169--2177Directed Microtubule Growth, +TIPs, and Kinesin-2 Are Required for Uniform Microtubule Polarity in Dendrites. [FBrf0212550]
Allada et al., 1998, Cell 93(5): 791--804A mutant Drosophila homolog of mammalian Clock disrupts circadian rhythms and transcription of period and timeless. [FBrf0102727]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 32371R-1 CG32371[NIG.32371R]
NIG-Fly 32371R-2 CG32371[NIG.32371R]
VDRC v106233 P{KK106023}VIE-260B
VDRC v24735 w[1118]; P{GD10868}v24735
VDRC v25221 w[1118]; P{GD10868}v25221
4 359 CG12744 CG12744   2R Ovary, Larval fat body
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Senf and Chen, 2009, Bioinformatics 25(22): 2945--2954 Identification of genes involved in the same pathways using a Hidden Markov Model-based approach. [FBrf0209250]
Jin, Shim, et. al. 2008, PLoS Pathog. 4 e1000168 Identification and functional analysis of antifungal immune response genes in Drosophila. [FBrf0206045][pmid.18833296][doi.10.1371/journal.ppat.1000168]
Buszczak et al., 2007, Genetics 175(3): 1505--1531 The Carnegie protein trap library: A versatile tool for Drosophila developmental studies. [FBrf0200345] Kim et al., 2005, Nat. Immunol. 6(2): 211--218 Downregulation of lipopolysaccharide response in Drosophila by negative crosstalk between the AP1 and NF-kappaB signaling modules. [FBrf0184193]
Milchanowski, Henkenius, et. al. 2004 Identification and characterization of genes involved in embryonic crystal cell formation during Drosophila hematopoiesis. Genetics 168 325--339 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 102587 y[1] w[67c23] ; P{lacW}l(2)k07803[k07803] / CyO
Kyoto DGRC 103795 w[*]; P{GawB}CG12744[NP0864] / CyO
Kyoto DGRC 111250 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}42D P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k08816[k08816] /CyO y[+]
Kyoto DGRC 111732 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}42DP{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k07237[k07237]/CyO y[+]
Kyoto DGRC 125238 w[1118]; P{RS5}CG12744[5-HA-1530]
Kyoto DGRC 141212 y[*] w[*]; P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL04249 bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
Kyoto DGRC 203387 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11522 / SM1
Kyoto DGRC 203510 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV7}GS22005/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 205364 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11968/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 205365 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS11992/SM1
Kyoto DGRC 206436 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS15981/SM1
BDSC 10664 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k07237[k07237]/CyO
BDSC 10682 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k07803[k07803]/CyO
BDSC 10830 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=lacW}l(2)k08816[k08816]/CyO
BDSC 26892 w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}CG12744[GE13306]
VDRC v105845 P{KK111168}VIE-260B
VDRC v38672 w[1118]; P{GD7649}v38672
VDRC v38673 w[1118]; P{GD7649}v38673
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}CG12744[d09468]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG12744[e00948]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG12744[f02090]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}d00217
4 360 CG18787 CG18787   2L *
White et al., 2011, J. Cell Biol. 193(4): 677--694Drosophila histone locus bodies form by hierarchical recruitment of components. [FBrf0213662]
Rogers et al., 2010, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107(24): 10943--10948Adaptive impact of the chimeric gene Quetzalcoatl in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0211052]
Senf and Chen, 2009, Bioinformatics 25(22): 2945--2954Identification of genes involved in the same pathways using a Hidden Markov Model-based approach. [FBrf0209250]
Akdemir et al., 2007, Oncogene 26(36): 5184--5193p53 directs focused genomic responses in Drosophila. [FBrf0202061]
Juh?sz et al., 2007, Cell Death Differ. 14(6): 1181--1190Gene expression profiling identifies FKBP39 as an inhibitor of autophagy in larval Drosophila fat body. [FBrf0194904]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141137 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL03898 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
FBrf0208510 - CG18787[KK114852]
4 361 CG15042 CG15042   X Testis
Asmar et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 487--497Drosophila dLMO-PA isoform acts as an early activator of achaete/scute proneural expression. [FBrf0205286]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 32644 w[*] P{w[+mC]=EP}G17075
VDRC v101227 P{KK103958}VIE-260B
VDRC v31891 w[1118]; P{GD7694}v31891
VDRC v31892 w[1118]; P{GD7694}v31892/TM3
4 362 CG12684 CG12684   X Testis
Negre et al., 2006, PLoS Biol. 4(6): e170Chromosomal distribution of PcG proteins during Drosophila development. [FBrf0191372]
Ponting et al., 2001, Genome Res. 11(12): 1996--2008Novel protein domains and repeats in Drosophila melanogaster: insights into structure, function, and evolution. [FBrf0141558]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v31856 w[1118]; P{GD7656}v31856/TM3
4 363 CG18518 CG18518   2L Testis
Izutsu et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(3): e33288Genome features of dark-fly, a Drosophila line reared long-term in a dark environment. [FBrf0217825]
Reese et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(4): 529--538Genie - Gene finding in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0127289]
Ashburner et al., 1999, Genetics 153(1): 179--219An exploration of the sequence of a 2.9-Mb region of the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. The Adh region. [FBrf0111326]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v105527 P{KK104332}VIE-260B
VDRC v32466 w[1118]; P{GD8820}v32466
VDRC v32467 w[1118]; P{GD8820}v32467/TM3
4 364 CG17239 CG17239   2L Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca
Kelleher and Pennington, 2009, Mol. Biol. Evol. 26(9): 2125--2134Protease gene duplication and proteolytic activity in Drosophila female reproductive tracts. [FBrf0208688]
Prokupek et al., 2009, Insect Mol. Biol. 18(4): 465--475Transcriptional profiling of the sperm storage organs of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0208419]
Allen and Spradling, 2008, Development 135(2): 311--321The Sf1-related nuclear hormone receptor Hr39 regulates Drosophila female reproductive tract development and function. [FBrf0202345]
McGraw et al., 2008, Genetics 179(3): 1395--1408Post-mating gene expression profiles of female Drosophila melanogaster in response to time and to four male accessory gland proteins. [FBrf0207105]
Lawniczak and Begun, 2007, Mol. Biol. Evol. 24(9): 1944--1951Molecular population genetics of female-expressed mating-induced serine proteases in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200961]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 114535 y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Ser12[f03416] P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A/CyO y[+] Ser12
NIG-Fly 17239R-2 CG17239[NIG.17239R]
NIG-Fly 17239R-3 CG17239[NIG.17239R]
BDSC 18652 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Ser12[f03416]/CyO Ser12
VDRC v106208 P{KK103403}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Ser12[f03416] Ser12
FBrf0202579 - CG17239[GD13240]
4 365 CG32192 CG32192   3L Testis
Weber et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(4): e34745Genome-Wide Association Analysis of Oxidative Stress Resistance in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0218073]
Wood et al., 2011, Mol. Cell 44(1): 29--38Regulation of chromatin organization and inducible gene expression by a Drosophila insulator. [FBrf0216321]
Andrews et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(12): 2030--2043Gene discovery using computational and microarray analysis of transcription in the Drosophila melanogaster testis. [FBrf0132348]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v107932 P{KK111334}VIE-260B
VDRC v43079 w[1118] P{GD4620}v43079
VDRC v43080 w[1118]; P{GD4620}v43080
4 366 CG8137 Spn28F Serpin 28F   2L Male accessory glands
Wong et al., 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(1): 229--238 Temporally variable selection on proteolysis-related reproductive tract proteins in Drosophila. [FBrf0217443]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Dottorini et al., 2011, BMC Bioinformatics 12: 34 Gepoclu: a software tool for identifying and analyzing gene positional clusters in large-scale gene expression analysis. [FBrf0214379]
Chen et al., 2010, Science 330(6011): 1682--1685 New genes in Drosophila quickly become essential. [FBrf0212650]
Garrett, Fullaondo, et. al. 2009, BMC Genomics 10 489 Identification and analysis of serpin-family genes by homology and synteny across the 12 sequenced Drosophilid genomes. [FBrf0209216][pmid.19849829][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-10-489]
Takemori and Yamamoto, 2009, Proteomics 9(9): 2484--2493 Proteome mapping of the Drosophila melanogaster male reproductive system. [FBrf0208046][pmid.19343724][doi.10.1002/pmic.200800795]
Mueller, Linklater, et. al. 2008 Targeted gene deletion and phenotypic analysis of the Drosophila melanogaster seminal fluid protease inhibitor Acp62F. Genetics 178 1605--1614 paperMueller, Page, et. al. 2007, Genetics 175 777--783 An ectopic expression screen reveals the protective and toxic effects of Drosophila seminal fluid proteins. [FBrf0194341][pmid.17110486][doi.10.1534/genetics.106.065318]
Ram and Wolfner 2007 Sustained post-mating response in Drosophila melanogaster requires multiple seminal fluid proteins. PLoS Genet. 3 e238 paperBaker, Meadows, et. al. 2007 Variable sexually dimorphic gene expression in laboratory strains of Drosophila melanogaster. BMC Genomics 8 454 paperRavi Ram, Sirot, et. al. 2006 Predicted seminal astacin-like protease is required for processing of reproductive proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103 18674--18679 paperFiumera, Dumont, et. al. 2005 Sperm competitive ability in Drosophila melanogaster associated with variation in male reproductive proteins. Genetics 169 243--257 paperRavi Ram, Ji, et. al. 2005 Fates and targets of male accessory gland proteins in mated female Drosophila melanogaster. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 35 1059--1071 paperMueller, Ram, et. al. 2005 Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. Genetics 171 131--143 paperMueller, Ripoll, et. al. 2004 Comparative structural modeling and inference of conserved protein classes in Drosophila seminal fluid. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 101 13542--13547 paperKohn, Fang, et. al. 2004 Inference of positive and negative selection on the 5' regulatory regions of Drosophila genes. Mol. Biol. Evol. 21 374--383 paperHashimoto, Kim, et. al. 2003 Spatial regulation of developmental signaling by a serpin. Dev. Cell 5 945--950 paperHalfon et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(7): 1019--1028 Computation-based discovery of related transcriptional regulatory modules and motifs using an experimentally validated combinatorial model. [FBrf0151337]
Christophides, Zdobnov, et. al. 2002 Immunity related genes and gene families in Anopheles gambiae. Science 298 159--165 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2001 Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 12590--12595 paperIrving, Troxler, et. al. 2001 A genome-wide analysis of immune responses in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 15119--15124 paperHan, Zhang, et. al. 2000 A novel Drosophila serpin that inhibits serine proteases. FEBS Lett. 468 194--198 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140007 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00022 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
NIG-Fly 8137R-1 Spn28F[NIG.8137R]
NIG-Fly 8137R-3 Spn28F[NIG.8137R]
VDRC v100958 P{KK106352}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f05484
FBrf0194341 - Spn28F[Scer\UAS.cMa]
FBrf0200327 - Spn28F[GD17845]
FBrf0202579 - Spn28F[GD5359]
FBrf0204298, FBrf0192334 - Spn28F[dsRNA.Sym.Scer\UAS]
4 367 CG5509 CG5509   3R *
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v22142 w[1118]; P{GD11676}v22142
VDRC v22143 w[1118]; P{GD11676}v22143
4 368 CG18030 Jon99Fi Jonah 99Fi   3R Midgut, Larval midgut
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Parisi et al., 2010, BMC Genomics 11: 346 Germline-dependent gene expression in distant non-gonadal somatic tissues of Drosophila. [FBrf0211065]
Junion et al., 2007, Genes Dev. 21(23): 3163--3180 Genome-wide view of cell fate specification: ladybird acts at multiple levels during diversification of muscle and heart precursors. [FBrf0201295]
King-Jones et al., 2006, Cell Metab. 4(1): 37--48 The DHR96 nuclear receptor regulates xenobiotic responses in Drosophila. [FBrf0194449]
Abrams, Mihoulides, et. al. 2006, Development 133 3517--3527 Fork head and Sage maintain a uniform and patent salivary gland lumen through regulation of two downstream target genes, PH4SG1 and PH4SG2. [FBrf0195124][pmid.16914497][doi.10.1242/dev.02525]
Drnevich, Reedy, et. al. 2004 Quantitative evolutionary genomics: differential gene expression and male reproductive success in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Biol. Sci. 271 2267--2273 paperBlanchette, Labourier, et. al. 2004 Genome-wide analysis reveals an unexpected function for the Drosophila splicing factor U2AF50 in the nuclear export of intronless mRNAs. Mol. Cell 14 775--786 paperde Morais Guedes, Vitorino, et. al. 2003 Drosophila melanogaster larval hemolymph protein mapping. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 312 545--554 paperRoss, Jiang, et. al. 2003 Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. Gene 304 117--131 paperAbrams and Andrew 2002 Prolyl 4-hydroxylase alpha-related proteins in Drosophila melanogaster: tissue-specific embryonic expression of the 99F8-9 cluster. Mech. Dev. 112 165--171 paperBoutros, Agaisse, et. al. 2002 Sequential activation of signaling pathways during innate immune responses in Drosophila. Dev. Cell 3 711--722 paperCeriani, Hogenesch, et. al. 2002 Genome-wide expression analysis in Drosophila reveals genes controlling circadian behavior. J. Neurosci. 22 9305--9319 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2002 The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. EMBO J. 21 2568--2579 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2001 Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 12590--12595 paperCollett and Seymour-Jones 1992 Leucine aminopeptidase (LAP) is coded for by Jonah family genes in the chromosomal region of 99 in Drosophila melanogaster. D. I. S. 71 197 paperCarlson and Hogness 1985 The Jonah genes: a new multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. Dev. Biol. 108 341--354 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 18030R-1 Jon99Fi[NIG.18030R]
NIG-Fly 18030R-2 Jon99Fi[NIG.18030R]
4 369 CG7327 Eig71Ei Eig71Ei   3L 0
Ritter and Beckstead, 2010, Dev. Dyn. 239(10): 2685--2694Sox14 is required for transcriptional and developmental responses to 20-hydroxyecdysone at the onset of drosophila metamorphosis. [FBrf0212221]
Zraly et al., 2006, J. Biol. Chem. 281(46): 35305--35315Hormone-response genes are direct in vivo regulatory targets of Brahma (SWI/SNF) complex function. [FBrf0192654]
Badenhorst et al., 2005, Genes Dev. 19(21): 2540--2545The Drosophila nucleosome remodeling factor NURF is required for Ecdysteroid signaling and metamorphosis. [FBrf0190536]
Rifkin et al., 2003, Nat. Genet. 33(2): 138--144Evolution of gene expression in the Drosophila melanogaster subgroup. [FBrf0156002]
Crossgrove et al., 1996, Dev. Biol. 180(2): 745--758The Drosophila Broad-Complex early gene directly regulates late gene transcription during the ecdysone-induced puffing cascade. [FBrf0091039]
Wright et al., 1996, J. Mol. Biol. 255(3): 387--400Molecular characterization of the 71E late puff in Drosophila melanogaster reveals a family of novel genes. [FBrf0086166]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18824 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Eig71Ei[f04943]
VDRC v104916 P{KK112116}VIE-260B
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Eig71Ei[f04943]
FBrf0202579 - Eig71Ei[GD15752]
4 370 CG17991 CG17991   3R Testis
Bellen et al., 2004, Genetics 167(2): 761--781The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. [FBrf0179132]
Thibault et al., 2004, Nat. Genet. 36(3): 283--287A complementary transposon tool kit for Drosophila melanogaster using P and piggyBac. [FBrf0175002]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 17991R-1 CG17991[NIG.17991R]
NIG-Fly 17991R-3 CG17991[NIG.17991R]
VDRC v1276 w[1118]; P{GD319}v1276/TM3
VDRC v1277 w[1118]; P{GD319}v1277
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG18766[e00208] CG18766
4 371 CG8117 CG8117   X Testis, Larval fat body
Hong et al., 2008, Science 321(5894): 1314Shadow enhancers as a source of evolutionary novelty. [FBrf0215741]
Sandmann et al., 2007, Genes Dev. 21(4): 436--449A core transcriptional network for early mesoderm development in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0195237]
Bandyopadhyay et al., 2006, Genome Res. 16(3): 428--435Systematic identification of functional orthologs based on protein network comparison. [FBrf0190794]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Gim et al., 2001, Mol. Cell. Biol. 21(15): 5242--5255Drosophila med6 is required for elevated expression of a large but distinct set of developmentally regulated genes. [FBrf0137044]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly - CG8117[NIG.8117R]
BDSC 23183 w[1118] Mi{ET1}MB01433
VDRC v108367 P{KK105280}VIE-260B
VDRC v23254 w[1118]; P{GD13309}v23254
VDRC v47174 w[1118] P{GD16419}v47174
4 372 CG14932 CG14932   2L Testis
Yano et al., 2012, J. Neurogenet. 26(1): 53--63Identification of proteasome components required for apical localization of chaoptin using functional genomics. [FBrf0217843]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 14932R-2 CG14932[NIG.14932R]
NIG-Fly 14932R-3 CG14932[NIG.14932R]
VDRC v106815 P{KK105899}VIE-260B
VDRC v18474 w[1118]; P{GD8493}v18474
VDRC v19769 w[1118]; P{GD8493}v19769
VDRC v47659 w[1118]; P{GD17095}v47659
VDRC v47660 w[1118]; P{GD17095}v47660
VDRC v50211 w[1118]; P{GD17095}v50211/TM3
4 373 CG31865 Ada1-1 Ada1-1   2L *
Weake et al., 2011, Genes Dev. 25(14): 1499--1509Post-transcription initiation function of the ubiquitous SAGA complex in tissue-specific gene activation. [FBrf0214372]
Rogers et al., 2010, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107(24): 10943--10948Adaptive impact of the chimeric gene Quetzalcoatl in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0211052]
Akdemir et al., 2007, Oncogene 26(36): 5184--5193p53 directs focused genomic responses in Drosophila. [FBrf0202061]
Guelman et al., 2006, Mol. Cell. Biol. 26(19): 7178--7189The essential gene wda encodes a WD40 repeat subunit of Drosophila SAGA required for histone H3 acetylation. [FBrf0192338]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 7514 w[1118]; Df(2L)Exel6031, P{w[+mC]=XP-U}Exel6031/CyO
4 374 CG12133 CG12133   2R Tubule, Larval midgut, Larval fat body
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Bergman et al., 2002, Genome Biol. 3(12): RESEARCH0086Assessing the impact of comparative genomic sequence data on the functional annotation of the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0155470]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 207165 y[1]w[67c23];P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS50870/SM1
BDSC 17996 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}CG12133[e01891]
BDSC 23426 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB02227
VDRC v46730 w[1118]; P{GD7499}v46730/CyO
VDRC v46731 w[1118]; P{GD7499}v46731
VDRC v50389 w[1118]; P{GD7499}v50389
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG12133[e01891]
FBrf0208510 - CG12133[KK107244]
4 375 CG17234 CG17234   2L Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Kelleher and Pennington, 2009, Mol. Biol. Evol. 26(9): 2125--2134Protease gene duplication and proteolytic activity in Drosophila female reproductive tracts. [FBrf0208688]
Prokupek et al., 2009, Insect Mol. Biol. 18(4): 465--475Transcriptional profiling of the sperm storage organs of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0208419]
Allen and Spradling, 2008, Development 135(2): 311--321The Sf1-related nuclear hormone receptor Hr39 regulates Drosophila female reproductive tract development and function. [FBrf0202345]
McGraw et al., 2008, Genetics 179(3): 1395--1408Post-mating gene expression profiles of female Drosophila melanogaster in response to time and to four male accessory gland proteins. [FBrf0207105]
Prokupek et al., 2008, Evolution 62(11): 2936--2947An evolutionary expressed sequence tag analysis of Drosophila spermatheca genes. [FBrf0206906]
Lawniczak and Begun, 2007, Mol. Biol. Evol. 24(9): 1944--1951Molecular population genetics of female-expressed mating-induced serine proteases in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200961]
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v30726 w[1118] P{GD5080}v30726
VDRC v30727 w[1118]; P{GD5080}v30727
4 376 CG18420 CG18420   2L Brain, Thoracicoabdominal ganglion, Tubule, Fat body
Ross et al., 2003, Gene 304(1-2): 117--131Serine proteases and their homologs in the Drosophila melanogaster genome: an initial analysis of sequence conservation and phylogenetic relationships. [FBrf0155784]
Reese et al., 2000, Genome Res. 10(4): 529--538Genie - Gene finding in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0127289]
Ashburner et al., 1999, Genetics 153(1): 179--219An exploration of the sequence of a 2.9-Mb region of the genome of Drosophila melanogaster. The Adh region. [FBrf0111326]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 26137 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB08926
VDRC v50208 w[1118]; P{GD15891}v50208
FBrf0208510 - CG18420[KK106432]
4 377 CG15403 CG15403   2L Testis
Wisotzkey et al., 2003, J. Mol. Evol. 56(3): 351--361Alpha/beta hydrolase2, a predicated gene adjacent to Mad in Drosophila melanogaster, belongs to a new global multigene family and is associated with obesity. [FBrf0159075]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 18639 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=WH}toc[f03317]
VDRC v108089 P{KK100834}VIE-260B
VDRC v29945 w[1118]; P{GD14744}v29945
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}toc[f03317]
FBrf0202579 - CG15403[GD857]
4 378 CG1795 Ogg1 Ogg1   X Salivary gland, Ovary, Mated spermatheca, Larval tubule, S2 cells (growing)
Park et al., 2012, Exp. Gerontol. 47(5): 401--405Age- and oxidative stress-induced DNA damage in Drosophila intestinal stem cells as marked by Gamma-H2AX. [FBrf0218142]
Ravi et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(6): e1000527A network of conserved damage survival pathways revealed by a genomic RNAi screen. [FBrf0208272]
Macdonald and Long, 2007, Genetics 176(2): 1261--1281Joint estimates of quantitative trait locus effect and frequency using synthetic recombinant populations of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0201294]
Glaser et al., 2003, Gene 312: 271--279Characterization of Drosophila palmitoyl-protein thioesterase 1. [FBrf0161527]
Dherin et al., 2000, Nucleic Acids Res. 28(23): 4583--4592Repair of oxidative DNA damage in Drosophila melanogaster: identification and characterization of dOgg1, a second DNA glycosylase activity for 8-hydroxyguanine and formamidopyrimidines. [FBrf0131283]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 1795R-1 Ogg1[NIG.1795R]
NIG-Fly 1795R-2 Ogg1[NIG.1795R]
BDSC 19122 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=WH}Ogg1[f08013]
VDRC v105962 P{KK101291}VIE-260B
VDRC v37738 w[1118]; P{GD4576}v37738
VDRC v37739 w[1118]; P{GD4576}v37739/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Ogg1[f01384]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}Ogg1[f08013]
4 379 CG7362 CG7362   3R Testis
Stroschein-Stevenson et al., 2006, PLoS Biol. 4(1): e4Identification of Drosophila gene products required for phagocytosis of Candida albicans. [FBrf0191376]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 141694 y[*] w[*]; P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL05778 P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 32450 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.HMS00449}attP2
BDSC 37115 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}jvl[MI00961] CG7362[MI00961]
VDRC v104218 P{KK104584}VIE-260B
VDRC v7556 w[1118]; P{GD520}v7556
VDRC v7557 w[1118]; P{GD520}v7557
4 380 CG12112 CG12112   X Ovary, S2 cells (growing)
Straub et al., 2008, PLoS Genet. 4(12): e1000302The chromosomal high-affinity binding sites for the Drosophila dosage compensation complex. [FBrf0206582]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 105099 y[*] w[*] P{GawB}CG12112[NP6058] / FM7c
NIG-Fly 12112R-1 CG12112[NIG.12112R]
NIG-Fly 12112R-2 CG12112[NIG.12112R]
BDSC 18966 w[1118] PBac{w[+mC]=WH}CG12112[f06346]
BDSC 20243 y[1] w[67c23] P{y[+m8]=Mae-UAS.6.11}CG12112[GG01801]
VDRC v104224 P{KK105946}VIE-260B
VDRC v44094 w[1118]; P{GD6633}v44094
VDRC v44095 w[1118]; P{GD6633}v44095/CyO
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}CG12112[f06346]
4 381 CG6687 Spn88Eb Serpin 88Eb   3R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110] Bronstein, Levkovitz, et. al. 2010, PLoS Genet. 6 e1001063 Transcriptional regulation by CHIP/LDB complexes. [FBrf0211594][pmid.20730086][doi.10.1371/journal.pgen.1001063]
Colinet, Dubuffet, et. al. 2009, Dev. Comp. Immunol. 33 681--689 A serpin from the parasitoid wasp Leptopilina boulardi targets the Drosophila phenoloxidase cascade. [FBrf0206890][pmid.19109990][doi.10.1016/j.dci.2008.11.013]
Garrett, Fullaondo, et. al. 2009, BMC Genomics 10 489Identification and analysis of serpin-family genes by homology and synteny across the 12 sequenced Drosophilid genomes. [FBrf0209216][pmid.19849829][doi.10.1186/1471-2164-10-489]
Charron, Madani, et. al. 2008, Int. J. Dev. Biol. 52 933--942The serpin Spn5 is essential for wing expansion in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0206195][pmid.18956323][doi.10.1387/ijdb.072419yc]
Kwon et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 316(2): 538--547The nucleosome remodeling factor (NURF) regulates genes involved in Drosophila innate immunity. [FBrf0205067]
Hekmat-Scafe, Dang, et. al. 2005, Genetics 169 1477--1493Seizure suppression by gain-of-function escargot mutations. [FBrf0183998][pmid.15654097]
Wertheim, Kraaijeveld, et. al. 2005 Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. Genome Biol. 6 R94 paperAsha, Nagy, et. al. 2003 Analysis of ras-induced overproliferation in Drosophila hemocytes. Genetics 163 203--215 paperChristophides, Zdobnov, et. al. 2002 Immunity related genes and gene families in Anopheles gambiae. Science 298 159--165 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2002 The Toll and Imd pathways are the major regulators of the immune response in Drosophila. EMBO J. 21 2568--2579 paperDe Gregorio, Spellman, et. al. 2001 Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 12590--12595 paperIrving, Troxler, et. al. 2001 A genome-wide analysis of immune responses in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98 15119--15124 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 202128 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS9853/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] Spn88Ea
Kyoto DGRC 206921 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS17171/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1] CG4203
NIG-Fly - Spn88Eb[NIG.6687R]
BDSC 18259 w[1118]; PBac{w[+mC]=RB}Spn88Eb[e04451]
VDRC v28423 w[1118]; P{GD12821}v28423
VDRC v28425 w[1118]; P{GD12821}v28425
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}Spn88Eb[e04451]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}c02603
4 382 CG6663 Spn77Bb Serpin77Bb   3L 0
Garrett et al., 2009, BMC Genomics 10: 489Identification and analysis of serpin-family genes by homology and synteny across the 12 sequenced Drosophilid genomes. [FBrf0209216]
Takemori and Yamamoto, 2009, Proteomics 9(9): 2484--2493Proteome mapping of the Drosophila melanogaster male reproductive system. [FBrf0208046][pmid.19343724][doi.10.1002/pmic.200800795]
Findlay et al., 2008, PLoS Biol. 6(7): e178Proteomics reveals novel Drosophila seminal fluid proteins transferred at mating. [FBrf0205571]
Lindsay et al., 2008, Genetics 180(2): 873--884The dominant cold-sensitive Out-cold mutants of Drosophila melanogaster have novel missense mutations in the voltage-gated sodium channel gene paralytic. [FBrf0206931]
Mueller et al., 2005, Genetics 171(1): 131--143Cross-species comparison of Drosophila male accessory gland protein genes. [FBrf0187652]
De Gregorio et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(22): 12590--12595Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. [FBrf0139795]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 140075 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL00346 P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}2A P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}82B P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}96E / TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 27227 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}G7442
VDRC v15953 w[1118]; P{GD6071}v15953/TM3
VDRC v15954 w[1118]; P{GD6071}v15954
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f07283
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{WH}f03016
4 383 CG31810 CG31810   2L Crop, Midgut, Hindgut, Fat body, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut
Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Zhan et al., 2011, Gene 470(1-2): 1--6Evolution of alternative splicing in newly evolved genes of Drosophila. [FBrf0212278]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 124285 w[1118]; P{RS3}UM-8020-3
Kyoto DGRC 141988 y[*] w[*]; PBac{SAstopDsRed}LL07194 P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}40A P{w[+mW.hs]=FRT(w[hs])}G13 cn[1] bw[1] / CyO, S[*] bw[1]
NIG-Fly 31810R-2 CG31810[NIG.31810R]
NIG-Fly 31810R-4 CG31810[NIG.31810R]
BDSC 30980 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG31810[MI00391]
VDRC v49297 w[1118]; P{GD17434}v49297/TM3
4 384 CG5265 CG5265   3R Testis
D?az-Castillo and Ranz, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(9): 2105--2108Nuclear chromosome dynamics in the Drosophila male germ line contribute to the nonrandom genomic distribution of retrogenes. [FBrf0219274]
Langille and Clark, 2007, Genomics 90(3): 334--343Parent genes of retrotransposition-generated gene duplicates in Drosophila melanogaster have distinct expression profiles. [FBrf0200094]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
BDSC 27866 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}CG5265[MB11442]
BDSC 35067 y[1] w[*]; Mi{y[+mDint2]=MIC}CG5265[MI01634]
VDRC v104754 P{KK104507}VIE-260B
VDRC v34323 w[1118]; P{GD10724}v34323
4 385 CG32212 CG32212   3L Midgut, Tubule, Testis, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Larval midgut
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Cooper et al., 2010, Genetics 185(3): 811--822Molecular Genetic Analysis of Chd3 and Polytene Chromosome Region 76B-D in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0211329]
4 386 CG17195 CG17195   3R Testis
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Bannan et al., 2008, Fly 2(4): 198--214The Drosophila protein palmitoylome: Characterizing palmitoyl-thioesterases and DHHC palmitoyl-transferases. [FBrf0210485]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 17195R-2 CG17195[NIG.17195R]
NIG-Fly 17195R-4 CG17195[NIG.17195R]
VDRC v1435 w[1118]; P{GD281}v1435/TM3
VDRC v1574 w[1118] P{GD281}v1574
4 387 CG17196 CG17196   3R Testis
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Bannan et al., 2008, Fly 2(4): 198--214The Drosophila protein palmitoylome: Characterizing palmitoyl-thioesterases and DHHC palmitoyl-transferases. [FBrf0210485]
Hoskins et al., 2005, Nucleic Acids Res. 33(21): e185Rapid and efficient cDNA library screening by self-ligation of inverse PCR products (SLIP). [FBrf0191341]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v6743 w[1118]; P{GD280}v6743
4 388 CG32568 CG32568   X Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 4724R-1 CG32568[NIG.4724R]
NIG-Fly 4724R-3 CG32568[NIG.4724R]
VDRC v103317 P{KK112878}VIE-260B
VDRC v46651 w[1118]; P{GD15907}v46651
VDRC v46652 w[1118] P{GD15907}v46652
4 389 CG17200 Ugt86Dg Ugt86Dg   3R Midgut, Tubule, Larval midgut
Rogers and Hartl, 2012, Mol. Biol. Evol. 29(2): 517--529Chimeric Genes as a Source of Rapid Evolution in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217452]
Spradling et al., 2011, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 108(38): 15948--15953Drosophila P elements preferentially transpose to replication origins. [FBrf0215815]
Rogers et al., 2009, Genetics 181(1): 313--322Formation and longevity of chimeric and duplicate genes in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0207085]
Luque and O'Reilly, 2002, Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 32(12): 1597--1604Functional and phylogenetic analyses of a putative Drosophila melanogaster UDP-glycosyltransferase gene. [FBrf0152079]
Theopold et al., 1999, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 261(3): 923--927Insect glycobiology: A lectin multigene family in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0110927]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v6024 w[1118]; P{GD2910}v6024
4 390 CG18108 IM1 Immune induced molecule 1   2R Head, Fat body, Adult carcass
Rynes et al., 2012, Mol. Cell. Biol. 32(19): 3949--3962 Activating transcription factor 3 regulates immune and metabolic homeostasis. [FBrf0219385]
Sebald et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(8): e43144 CHD1 Contributes to Intestinal Resistance against Infection by P. aeruginosa in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0219215]
Par? et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(5): e36254 The functions of grainy head-like proteins in animals and fungi and the evolution of apical extracellular barriers. [FBrf0218280]
Ladoukakis et al., 2011, Genome Biol. 12(11): R118 Hundreds of putatively functional small open reading frames in Drosophila. [FBrf0218190]
Zhang et al., 2011, J. Exp. Biol. 214(23): 4021--4029 Divergent transcriptomic responses to repeated and single cold exposures in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0216629]
Karpac et al., 2011, Dev. Cell 20(6): 841--854 Dynamic coordination of innate immune signaling and insulin signaling regulates systemic responses to localized DNA damage. [FBrf0213873Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Fullaondo et al., 2011, Mol. Cell. Biol. 31(14): 2960--2972 Spn1 Regulates the GNBP3-Dependent Toll Signaling Pathway in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0214037]
Blanco et al., 2010, BMC Dev. Biol. 10: 94 Gene expression following induction of regeneration in Drosophila wing imaginal discs. Expression profile of regenerating wing discs. [FBrf0211812]
Valanne, Myllym?ki, et. al. 2010 Genome-wide RNA interference in Drosophila cells identifies G protein-coupled receptor kinase 2 as a conserved regulator of NF-kappaB signaling. J. Immunol. 184 6188--6198 paperHuang, Chen, et. al. 2010 Endocytic pathway is required for Drosophila Toll innate immune signaling. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 107 8322--8327 paperTelonis-Scott, Hallas, et. al. 2009 Selection for cold resistance alters gene transcript levels in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Insect Physiol. 55 549--555 paperObbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698 Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Zsindely et al., 2009, Nucleic Acids Res. 37(20): 6665--6680 The loss of histone H3 lysine 9 acetylation due to dSAGA-specific dAda2b mutation influences the expression of only a small subset of genes. [FBrf0209301]
Ellis and Carney 2009, J. Evol. Biol. 22 2183--2191Drosophila melanogaster males respond differently at the behavioural and genome-wide levels to Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans females. [FBrf0209694][pmid.
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v8810 w[1118]; P{GD3798}v8810
VDRC v8812 w[1118]; P{GD3798}v8812
4 391 CG13898 CG13898   3L Testis
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
NIG-Fly 13898R-1 CG13898[NIG.13898R]
NIG-Fly 13898R-3 CG13898[NIG.13898R]
BDSC 26411 w[1118]; Mi{ET1}MB08868
VDRC v100929 P{KK106255}VIE-260B
VDRC v23905 w[1118]; P{GD8161}v23905
VDRC v23906 w[1118]; P{GD8161}v23906
4 392 CG18107 CG18107   2R Head, Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass
Obbard et al., 2009, PLoS Genet. 5(10): e1000698Quantifying adaptive evolution in the Drosophila immune system. [FBrf0208979]
Blanco et al., 2008, Genome Biol. 9(9): R134Conserved chromosomal clustering of genes governed by chromatin regulators in Drosophila. [FBrf0207036]
Ranade et al., 2008, Dev. Biol. 315(2): 521--534Analysis of the Otd-dependent transcriptome supports the evolutionary conservation of CRX/OTX/OTD functions in flies and vertebrates. [FBrf0204284]
Stahl et al., 2007, Gene Expr. Patterns 7(1-2): 202--209Identification of FGF-dependent genes in the Drosophila tracheal system. [FBrf0193395]
Wertheim et al., 2005, Genome Biol. 6(11): R94Genome-wide gene expression in response to parasitoid attack in Drosophila. [FBrf0190809]
Boutanaev et al., 2002, Nature 420(6916): 666--669Large clusters of co-expressed genes in the Drosophila genome. [FBrf0155471]
McDonald and Rosbash, 2001, Cell 107(5): 567--578Microarray analysis and organization of circadian gene expression in Drosophila. [FBrf0141415]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v103448 P{KK113272}VIE-260B
VDRC v8814 w[1118] P{GD3799}v8814
4 393 CG9616 CG9616   3R Heart, Fat body, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval fat body
Adryan et al., 2007, Genome Biol. 8(8): R167Genomic mapping of Suppressor of Hairy-wing binding sites in Drosophila. [FBrf0205349]
Pal et al., 2007, J. Biol. Chem. 282(12): 8969--8977Fungal peptide destruxin a plays a specific role in suppressing the innate immune response in Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0200357]
De Gregorio et al., 2001, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 98(22): 12590--12595Genome-wide analysis of the Drosophila immune response by using oligonucleotide microarrays. [FBrf0139795]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v104651 P{KK111712}VIE-260B
VDRC v23332 w[1118]; P{GD13400}v23332
4 394 CG8160 CG8160   2R Testis, Larval Salivary gland, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body
Wertheim et al., 2011, Mol. Ecol. 20(5): 932--949Functional genomics of the evolution of increased resistance to parasitism in Drosophila. [FBrf0213049]
Karlsson et al., 2004, J. Biol. Chem. 279(50): 52033--52041Proteomic analysis of the Drosophila larval hemolymph clot. [FBrf0180365]
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
VDRC v106339 P{KK109546}VIE-260B
VDRC v5699 w[1118]; P{GD1248}v5699/TM3
4 395 CG17216 KP78b KP78b   3R *
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324 The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
Amin, Khan, et. al. 2009, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 106 8941--8946 LKB1 regulates polarity remodeling and adherens junction formation in the Drosophila eye. [FBrf0215336][pmid.19443685][doi.10.1073/pnas.0812469106]
Z??iga, H?dar, et. al. 2009, BMC Biol. 7 61 Genes encoding novel secreted and transmembrane proteins are temporally and spatially regulated during Drosophila melanogaster embryogenesis. [FBrf0209115][pmid.19772636][doi.10.1186/1741-7007-7-61]
Pilot, Philippe, et. al. 2006, Development 133 711--723 Developmental control of nuclear morphogenesis and anchoring by charleston, identified in a functional genomic screen of Drosophila cellularisation. [FBrf0190315][pmid.16421189]
Halfon et al., 2002, Genome Res. 12(7): 1019--1028 Computation-based discovery of related transcriptional regulatory modules and motifs using an experimentally validated combinatorial model. [FBrf0151337]
Egger, Leemans, et. al. 2002 Gliogenesis in Drosophila: genome-wide analysis of downstream genes of glial cells missing in the embryonic nervous system. Development 129 3295--3309 paperShulman, Benton, et. al. 2000 The Drosophila homolog of C. elegans PAR-1 organizes the oocyte cytoskeleton and directs oskar mRNA localization to the posterior pole. Cell 101 377--388 paper
Stock Center / ReferenceStock No.Genotype / TransgeneNeighbouring Gene
Kyoto DGRC 105015 y[*] w[*]; P{GawB}NP5443 / TM6B
Kyoto DGRC 206593 y[1] w[67c23]; P{w[+mC]=GSV6}GS16342/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 14293 y[1]; P{y[+mDint2] w[BR.E.BR]=SUPor-P}KG06341 ry[506]/TM3, Sb[1] Ser[1]
BDSC 31890 y[1] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.JF02169}attP2/TM3, Sb[1]
BDSC 35360 y[1] sc[*] v[1]; P{y[+t7.7] v[+t1.8]=TRiP.GL00272}attP2
VDRC v105265 P{KK105810}VIE-260B
VDRC v51995 w[1118]; P{GD9315}v51995
VDRC v51996 w[1118]; P{GD9315}v51996
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{PB}KP78a[c02917b]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}d07016
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - P{XP}d02077
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}e02008
4 396 CG2559 Lsp1α Larval serum protein 1 α   X Head, Heart, Fat body, Adult carcass, Larval CNS, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut, Larval tubule, Larval hindgut, Larval fat body, Larval carcass
Fabian et al., 2012, Mol. Ecol. 21(19): 4748--4769Genome-wide patterns of latitudinal differentiation among populations of Drosophila melanogaster from North America. [FBrf0219505] Herranz et al., 2012, BMC Genomics 13: 52 Microgravity simulation by diamagnetic levitation: effects of a strong gradient magnetic field on the transcriptional profile of Drosophila melanogaster. [FBrf0217750] Kalajdzic et al., 2012, PLoS ONE 7(6): e40296 Use of mutagenesis, genetic mapping and next generation transcriptomics to investigate insecticide resistance mechanisms. [FBrf0218826]
Chawla and Sokol, 2012, Development 139(10): 1788--1797 Hormonal activation of let-7-C microRNAs via EcR is required for adult Drosophila melanogaster morphology and function. [FBrf0218077]
Daines, Wang, et. al. 2011, Genome Res. 21 315--324The Drosophila melanogaster transcriptome by paired-end RNA sequencing. [FBrf0213064][pmid.21177959][doi.10.1101/gr.107854.110]
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VDRC v101101 P{KK106904}VIE-260B
VDRC v14898 w[1118]; P{GD6490}v14898
VDRC v52353 w[1118]; P{GD17784}v52353/CyO
? Lsp1α[S1]
? Lsp1α[S2]
FBrf0053863 - Lsp1α[F]
FBrf0053924, FBrf0054475 Lsp1α[o]
4 397 CG12992 CG12992   X Testis
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Kyoto DGRC 104419 y[*] w[*] P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}CG12991[NP3223] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 113159 y[*] w[*] P{w[+mW.hs]=GawB}CG12991[NP3210] / FM7c
Kyoto DGRC 201259 y[1] w[67c23] P{w[+mC]=GSV2}GS7443 / Binsinscy
BDSC 10234 y[1] w[67c23] P{y[+m8]=Mae-UAS.6.11}CG12991[GG01700]
BDSC 21858 w[1118] P{w[+mC]=EPg}CG12992[HP10060]
VDRC v107957 P{KK103199}VIE-260B
VDRC v38674 w[1118]; P{GD7661}v38674/TM3
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG12991[e01673]
Exelixis at Harvard Medical School - PBac{RB}CG12991[e04298]
4 398 CG5302 CG43335   3R Larval fat body, S2 cells (growing)
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VDRC v107439 P{KK106834}VIE-260B
VDRC v16789 w[1118]; P{GD5698}v16789/CyO
4 399 CG31883 CG31883   2L Male accessory glands
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VDRC v36488 w[1118]; P{GD14757}v36488
VDRC v36489 w[1118]; P{GD14757}v36489/TM3
4 400 CG32274 Drsl1 Drosomycin-like 1   3L Midgut, Tubule, Virgin spermatheca, Mated spermatheca, Adult carcass, Larval Salivary gland, Larval midgut
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BDSC 17124 w[1118]; P{w[+mC]=EP}EP3407/TM6B, Tb[1]
BDSC 29675 y[1] w[*]; P{w[+mC]=EP}G18471
VDRC v42369 w[1118]; P{GD15212}v42369
VDRC v42370 w[1118]; P{GD15212}v42370
VDRC v48556 w[1118]; P{GD16295}v48556/CyO
VDRC v48557 w[1118]; P{GD16295}v48557
4 401 CG17268 Pros28.1A Proteasome 28kD subunit 1A   3R Testis
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