vfl, vielfaltig, EP1344
Gene model reviewed during 5.55
Gene model reviewed during 5.45
Gene model reviewed during 5.48
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Gene model reviewed during 5.56
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Comment: reported as dorsal/lateral sensory complexes
The CNS and brain expression resemble nuclear dots, consistent with a probe detection of pre-spliced nuclear RNA corresponding to zld transcript zld-RD (FBtr0307537). In contrast, the imaginal disc expression appears to be cytoplasmic, likely corresponding to transcript zld-RB (FBtr0074807).
During stage 12, both anterior midline glial cells and posterior midline glial cells continue to express zld transcript zld-RB, while two midline neurons express zld-RD. At stages 15 and 16, all zld-expressing cells express zld-RD, including iVUM4 (VUM interneuron), mVUM4 (VUM motor neuron), and median neuroblast MNB interneurons (MNB progeny).
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Source for merge of: vfl l(1)G0353 l(1)G0225 l(1)G0427 EP1344
Renamed from 'vfl' ('vielfaltig') to 'zld' ('zelda') to reflect clear usage preference in the published literature.
FlyBase curator comment: Correspondence with authors Liang and Rushlow revealed that 'zld' = 'CG12701'.
"l(1)G0353" may affect "CG12701".
"l(1)G0062" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0120" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0150" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0209" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0223" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0353" may affect "CG12701". "l(1)G0225" may affect "CG12701".
"l(1)G0225" may affect "CG12701".
"l(1)G0427" may affect "CG12701".