|Citation||Britt, S.G. (2002). rh6 gene. (Export to RIS)|
|Publication Type||Personal communication to FlyBase|
|Text of Personal Communication||
> From steve.britt@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Mon Nov 18 22:09:09 2002
> To: flybase-help@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
> Subject: rh6 gene
>> I am writing to inquire about sending an update concerning one of the
> genes in flybase (Rh6), for which we identified a mutant allele
> several years ago (unpublished). The mutant allele Rh61 is
> identical to that found in the published genome sequence of this
> gene, and we have found that the strain the genome sequence was
> obtained from (y1; cn1, bw1, sp1 Bloomington stock number
> 2057) is phenotypically mutant for Rh6. I wanted to find out who to
> contact so that the rh6 entries in flybase, gadfly and the stock
> center can be amended.
>> Steven G. Britt, M.D.
> Associate Professor
> Department of Cellular and Structural Biology
> Department of Ophthalmology, SOM Room 4547
> University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
> 4200 East 9th Ave., Campus Box B111
> Denver, CO 80262
>> phone: 303-315-0880
> fax: 303-315-4729
> lab: 303-315-0912 or 315-6282
> dept. phone: 303-315-7009
>> email: steve.britt@XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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