hkl, hook-like, l(2)37Ba, Ba
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Gene model reviewed during 5.48
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Mutants show a mild reduction in eye colour and a reduction in trafficking of proteins to lysosomes.
Located between coordinates -72.3 and -68.1.
Variably late lethal; death occurs at larval l(2)37Ba<up>2</up>, or pupal <up>l(2)37Ba2, l(2)37Ba4, l(2)37Ba8, l(2)37Ba9</up> stage with pharate adults; l(2)37Ba2 produces some adults, which are male sterile or female sterile; l(2)37Ba4 produces many adults, which are male or female sterile; l(2)37Bafs1 is a normally viable, female-sterile allele. Melanotic tumors noted in l(2)37Ba4 and l(2)37Ba8; pharate adults display incompletely developed abdominal cuticle in l(2)37Ba2, l(2)37Ba4 and l(2)37Ba8 (Wright, 1987).
The gene is named based on its homology to mammalian "Acinus".