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2-59.9 +/- 1.1
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The "rad201" chromosome contains a number of lesions in two different genes. These are: F50L in the CG42382 annotation, and K61E, V93A and Y108H in the CG2412 annotation (corresponding to the Rad51C gene). In addition, an opus element is inserted in the Rad51C promoter region approximately 400bp upstream of the start codon. This mutant allele was isolated from a natural population, and thus it is not known which of the lesions are neutral and which cause the mutant phenotype.
The "rad201" complementation group has been associated with the "CG8016" annotation on FlyBase. However, evidence suggests that "rad201" instead corresponds to the neighbouring annotation, CG2412; the "rad2011" allele has a lesion within the CG2412 open reading frame (although no lesion has been found in the "rad201ZII-0670" allele), and the protein encoded by CG2412 interacts with Spf45 protein.
FlyBase curator comment: information corresponding to the "rad201" complementation group has been separated out from information corresponding to the "CG8016" annotation in FlyBase, since evidence suggests that the "rad201" complementation group instead may correspond to the neighbouring annotation, CG2412. In addition, the CG8016 annotation has been renamed CG42382 in release 5.10 of the genome annotation to avoid confusion. The "rad201" complementation group has not yet been associated with the CG2412 annotation in FlyBase, as a lesion in CG2412 was only found in one out of two rad201 alleles tested in this paper.