0.9, EG:155E2.1 , anon-3B1.2, 0.9kb transcript
Gene model reviewed during 5.45
There is only one protein coding transcript and one polypeptide associated with this gene
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Eye-enriched transcripts determined by ratio of expression level in wild-type heads. versus expression level in so heads.
Levels of CG2650 transcripts are high in the epidermis of newly eclosed adults and decrease rapidly with age. Levels are not appreciable different in wild type and arrhythmic (per01) flies. CG2650 transcripts are also detected in late pupae. CG2650 expression is under circadian clock control.
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For each fully sequenced cDNA the DGRC maintains various forms of the cDNA (e.g tagged or untagged) in several different host vectors for subsequent cloning and expression in Drosophila and Drosophila cell lines.
"Gene order: Overall orientation not stated: per+ CG2650- CG2658- Csat-" was stated as revision.
Quantifying rates of protein sequence divergence within and between species reveals that the Drosophila genome harbors a substantial proportion of genes with a very high divergence rate.
CG2650 becomes abundantly expressed during pupation, just prior to eclosion. In situ hybridization localizes the 0.9 kb transcript to the epidermis of newly eclosed adults. This RNA is transcribed from DNA adjacent to per and its expression is under circadian clock control. Expression of CG2650 appears to be under the control of the pupal circadian clock. The transcript is intensely expressed in late pupal development in individuals just hours away from eclosion, levels fall rapidly during the first few hours of adult life. Expression levels decrease with age, not time of day.
Named 'daywake' as it functions as a day-specific suppressor of midday siesta.