|Also Known As||DCB1-35b|
|Computed Breakpoints include||19F1;20F1-h26|
|Member of large scale dataset(s)|
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|Nature of the Aberration|
|Class of aberration (relative to progenitor)|
|Formalized genetic data||unc << bk1 << lfl << su(f) << bk2 << bb|
|Genetic mapping information|
|Comments on Cytology|
Right breakpoint is far to the right of 20A.
|Gene Deletion & Duplication Data|
|Genes Deleted / Disrupted|
|Completely deleted / disrupted|
|Genes NOT Deleted / Disrupted|
|Genes NOT Duplicated|
|In combination with other aberrations|
|NOT in combination with other aberrations|
Homozygous embryos have abnormal gut morphology; visceral mesoderm cells do not migrate dorsoventrally and dorsal midgut closure fails.
Deficient embryos show an uninterpretable mutant midgut phenotype.
Homozygous embryos are very abnormal compared to wild-type.
Heterozygosity for this deletion has no effect on the mutant ovarian phenotype of ovoD2.
|Stocks ( 2 )|
|Notes on Origin|
|Balancer / Genotype Variants of the Aberration|
Distal heterochromatic regions are intact on the Df(1)DCB1-35b chromosome. Second breakpoint not reported.
|Synonyms & Secondary IDs ( 4 )|
|Secondary FlyBase IDs|
|References ( 32 )|
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|Recent research papers (0)|
|All research papers listed in FlyBase were published before 2011|
|Recent reviews (0)|
|All reviews listed in FlyBase were published before 2011|