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Zhimulev, I.F., Volkova, E.I., Semeshin, V.F., Belyaeva, E.S. (1997.9.29). Stocks - aberrations. 
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Mutation Notes - D. melanogaster.
Zhimulev I.F., Volkova E.I., Semeshin V.F., Belyaeva E.S.
Institute Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia
New cytological data on some chromosome rearrangements in D.
melanogaster.
Aberration Data in FlyBase New cytology
Df(2R)E3363 47A; 47F 47A3; 47D12
Df(2R)Stan1 46D7-9; 47F15-16 44A1-2; 47F
Df(2R)Stan2 46F1-2; 47D1-2 46F1; 47B9
Df(2R)X-58-5 58B1-2; 59A1 58B3; 58F8
Df(2R)X58-6 58A3-B2; 58E3-10 58A3-4; 58E1-4
Df(2R)X58-7 58A1-2; 58E4-10 58B1-2; 58E1-4
Df(2R)X58-8 58A1-2; 58F3-5 58B3; 59A1
Df(2R)X58-11 58A3-4; 58E3-7 58B1-2; 58E1-4
Df(3L)Aprt 14 - 62B3; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 27 62B5-7; 62D6-E1 62B6; 62D7
Df(3L)Aprt 32 62A2-B1; 62E6-F1 62B1-2; 62E3
Df(3L)Aprt 65 62B8-9; 62D6-E4 62B3; 62D4
Df(3L)Aprt 72 62B2-4; 62D6-E4 62B6; 62E7
Df(3L)Aprt 105 62B2-4; 62D6-E1 62B3; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 112 62A10-B1; 62D6-E1 62B2; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 113 62B8-9; 62D6-E2 62B11; 62E2
Df(3L)Aprt 123 - 62B4-5; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 124 62B8-9; 62D6-E4 62B9; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 144 - 62C1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 148 62A7-B1; 62E6-F1 62B11; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 156 62B2-4; 62E6-F1 62B6; 62E9
Df(3L)Aprt 166 - 62B9; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 175 62B8-9; 62D6-E4 62B6; 62E1-2
Df(3L)Aprt 177 62B2-4; 62D6-E1 62B9; 62E2
Df(3L)Aprt 185 - T(2;3)62B9; 49D
Df(3L)BK10 71E1-2; 71F4-5 71C3; 71E5
Df(3L) brm11 71F1-4; 72D1-10 72A3-4; 72C1
Df(3L) D-5rv14 70C2-3; 72A 70D-E1-2;71C1-2 +
In(3L) 71C3; 72D1-2
Df(3L)GN19 63E6-9; 64B2-4 63F3; 64A12
Df(3L)GN34 63F7; 64A7-B2 63E6; 64A10
Df(3L)GN50 63E1-2; 64B17 63E2-3; 64B17
Df(3L)HR119 63C6; 63E 63C2; 63F7
Df(3L)R-G7 62B8-9; 62F2-5 62B9; 62E7
Df(3L) th102 71F3-5; 72D12 72A2; 72E12
Dear Dr. Zhimulev,
Thank you for the data for FlyBase that you sent to Michael. I am just now
curating it, to incorporate it into our files.
I have a two questions.
Firstly, you wrote:
'Df(3L)Aprt 185 - T(2;3)62B9; 49D'
Are you saying that this 'Df' is actually a translocation? We already have
data that suggests it deletes 15 loci, which would be difficult to explain
if it were indeed a translocation. It could of course be a deficiency as
well as a translocation, in which case it should have three breakpoints.
Can you shed any light on the situation?
Secondly, you wrote
'Df(3L) D-5rv14 70C2-3; 72A 70D-E1-2;71C1-2 +
In(3L) 71C3; 72D1-2'
The data in our files suggest that Df(3L)D-5rv12 is a deletion, with breaks
70C2 and 72A1, superimposed on the progenitor chromosome, Df(3L)D5, with
breaks 70D2 and 70D4.
Are you suggesting that Df(3L)D5 was actually an inversion between 71C3
and 72D1-2 and that Df(3L)D-5rv14 then deleted 70D-E2 to 71C1-2? Or vice
versa (more likely, from the Dichaete point of view).
Many thanks for your help.
with best wishes,
Rachel.
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Dear Dr. Drysdale,
thank you for your e-mail message. I conform that Df(3L)Aprt185
was found to be T(2;3)62B9; 49D. At least at the stock we
received from authors. As for Df(3L) D-5rv14 I can say that it
is deficiency with inversion in this region 70D-E1-2;71C1-2+
In(3L) 71C3; 72D1-2 I can say that it is deficiency with
inversion in this region. Deficiency goes first and then goes
inversion.
	Thank you very much for your attention. Igor Zhimulev.
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