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McKim, K. (2001.3.5). Helping FlyBase: ADRC-10333. 
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From rd120@XXXX Mon Mar 05  12:17:59  2001
To: mckim@XXXX
Subject: Helping FlyBase: ADRC-10333
Dear Kim,
We are currently curating the abstracts for the upcoming 42nd
(Washington, D.C.) Annual Drosophila Research Conference, for FlyBase.
I am writing in connection with your abstract:
'An analysis of genes required for the generation and function of meiotic
crossing over: mei-218, mei-910, and mei-1794.'
You mention genes that are new to FlyBase, mei-910 and mei-1794. Do
you know which of the Genome Project CG annotations your genes
correspond to? All the CGs have corresponding gene records in FlyBase
already and we don't like to make duplicate records for what is
actually the same gene unless we can't avoid it. If your genes do not
correspond to CGs then perhaps you could tell me their map location, as
this is valuable information for the genome annotation project.
Thank you for your help,
with best wishes,
From mckim@XXXX Mon Mar 05  15:17:53  2001
To: 'Rachel Drysdale \(Genetics\)' <rd120@XXXX>
Subject: Re: Helping FlyBase: ADRC-10333
mei-910 is  BG:DS02740.10 . We have isolated two alleles, and there is a third
allele from the genome work, EP(2)2115. This
is inserted in the coding region.
mei-1794 is CG12298. We are not set on the mei-1794 name because we are
working to figure out if it is an allele of Dub.
This is difficult because Dub is dominant.
Kim S. McKim, Ph.D.
Waksman Institute and Department of Genetics
Rutgers University
190 Frelinghuysen RD
Piscataway NJ 08854
(732) 445 1164
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