|Citation||Gatt, M. (2000.11.14). FlyBase error report on Tue Nov 14 18:23:46 2000. (Export to RIS)|
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>From mkg23@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Tue Nov 14 18:14:58 2000
Delivery-date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 18:14:58 \+0000
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 18:23:46 \+0000
From: Melanie Gatt <mkg23@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>
X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.61 en (WinNT; I)
To: Aubrey de Grey <ag24@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>
Subject: Change to FlyBase
I have noticed that there are seperate entries for futsch and EG:49E4.1
in FlyBase. In the paper that the EDGP are submitting we have written
Another very large gene is futsch (EG:49E4.1), covering 18 Kb but
encoding a protein of 5327 amino acids predicted to encode a
micotubule-associated protein, on the basis of its similarity with human
MAP1B (SWISS-PROT:P46821) which is only half the size. Recently Hummel
and colleagues (2000) have shown that futsch encodes the well-known
Drosophila neural antigen 22C10.
Hummel, T., K. Krukkert, J. Roos, G. Davis, and C. Klambt. 2000.
Drosophila Futsch/22C10 is a MAP1B-like protein required for dendritic
and axonal development. Neuron 26: 357-370.
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