|Citation||Roberts, D.B., Evans-Roberts, S. (1979). The genetic and cytogenetic localization of the three structural genes coding for the major protein of Drosophila larval serum. Genetics 93(3): 663--679. (Export to RIS)|
|Publication Type||Research paper|
|PubMed Abstract||The alpha, beta and gamma polypeptides that make up Drosophila Larval Serum Protein-1 seem to be coded for by genes that have evolved by duplication of a common ancestral gene. We have found variants of all three polypeptides, and these are variants of the coding sequences. The alpha-chain variant mapped to 39.5 on the X chromosome and to the polytene interval 11A7-11B9. The beta-chain variant mapped to 1.9 on chromosome 2L and to 21D2-22A1. The gamma-chain variant was mapped as 0.13 map units from the tip of chromosome 3L or to --1.41 with respect to ru, which has been defined as 0.0, and to 61A1-61A6.|
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