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Krishnan, K.S., Basole, A. (1999.4.2). FlyBase query: ARDC40 - 872A. 
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From gm119@XXXX Thu Apr 01  16:01:12  1999
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From: Gillian Millburn (Genetics) <gm119@XXXX>
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Dear Dr. Krishnan,
I am curating the addendum book to the 40th Annual Drosophila Research
Conference which was just held in Seattle. In your abstract:
'Characterization of novel, autosomal, temperature-sensitive paralytic
mutants of Drosophila.'
you describe two genes which are new to FlyBase, Kum and mkf.
Do you have a map location for Kum and mkf? It is nice if we can keep
as many gene records as possible anchored to the map.
I look forward to hearing from you,
Gillian
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Gillian Millburn.
FlyBase (Cambridge),
Department of Genetics,
University of Cambridge,
Downing Street, email: gm119@XXXX
Cambridge, CB2 3EH, Ph : 01223-333963
UK. FAX: 01223-333992
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From ksk@XXXX Thu Apr 01  17:24:12  1999
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Date: Thu, 1 Apr 1999  21:59:40  +0530 (IST)
From: K S Krishnan <ksk@XXXX>
To: Gillian Millburn <gm119@XXXX>
Subject: Re: FlyBase query: ARDC40 - 872A
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Dear Gillian,
The polytene location of Kum is 60A1-7 , the lethality of homozygous Kum
is uncovered by Df(2R)bw-S46 and Df(2R)or-BR11 but not by Df(2R)59AD or
Df(2R)eg12 or Df(2R)Px1.
We have done recombination mapping of mkf with rucuca chromosome and it
is between stripe and ebony on the third chromosome. Recombonatipon
mapping with P insertions in this region puts it at about 92-93 polytene
region and since defeciencies Df(3R)D1-X12 or Df(3R) eR1 do not uncover
it is most likely between 92D3 and 93B3.
Since i am now on a visit to teh Us I have asked my student to write back
to you if he has more updated information on mkf.
Thanks very much
krishnan
On Thu, 1 Apr 1999,
Gillian Millburn wrote:
> Dear Dr. Krishnan,
>
> I am curating the addendum book to the 40th Annual Drosophila Research
> Conference which was just held in Seattle. In your abstract:
>
> 'Characterization of novel, autosomal, temperature-sensitive paralytic
> mutants of Drosophila.'
>
> you describe two genes which are new to FlyBase, Kum and mkf.
>
> Do you have a map location for Kum and mkf? It is nice if we can keep
> as many gene records as possible anchored to the map.
>
> I look forward to hearing from you,
>
> Gillian
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Gillian Millburn.
>
> FlyBase (Cambridge),
> Department of Genetics,
> University of Cambridge,
> Downing Street, email: gm119@XXXX
> Cambridge, CB2 3EH, Ph : 01223-333963
> UK. FAX: 01223-333992
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>
From amit@XXXX Fri Apr 02  18:51:31  1999
Envelope-to: gm119@XXXX
Delivery-date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999  18:51:31  +0100
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999  23:27:01  +0530 (IST)
From: Amit Arun Basole <amit@XXXX>
To: gm119@XXXX
Subject: map positions of kum and mkf
MIME-Version: 1.0
Dear Dr.Millburn,
	My name is Amit Basole and I work in Prof.Krishnan's lab at
TIFR,Bombay. THe map positions of the two genes that we report are as
given below-
	Kumbhakarna(Kum) (2-106%)- 60A1-7 (fails to complement
Df(2R)bw-S46 and Df(2R)or-BR11, and complements Df(2R)eg12 )
	mokaefe(mkf)-(3-70%) about 0.4% recombination units from the Atp
alpha locus at 93B2, hence it probably lies in the 93A-B region
	Do let me know if you have any doubts about this.
Sincerely,
Amit Basole
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,
Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba,
Bombay-5, INDIA
email- amit@XXXX
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