|Citation||Falk, D.R., Roselli, L., Curtiss, S., Halladay, D., Klufas, C. (1984). The characterization of chromosome breaks in Drosophila melanogaster. I. Mass isolation of deficiencies which have an end point in the 14A-15A region. Mutat. Res. 126(): 25--34. (Export to RIS)|
|Publication Type||Research paper|
|PubMed Abstract||A total of 2.7 X 10(6) chromosomes have been screened for deficiencies that extend into some portion of the 14A-15A segment of the X-chromosome. Mutants have been identified on the basis of their paralysis at high temperature (the para ts phenotype) in a stock which contains a para ts allele on the X-chromosome and a para+ allele on the Dp(1;4)r+f+ chromosome. Several hundred mutants have been genetically characterized and a large percentage are deficiencies. Cytological characterization of a sub-set suggests that breakpoints are distributed throughout the 14B-15A region, but in a non-random fashion.|
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