fas, faint sausage
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Gene model reviewed during 5.50
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Source for identity of: tei CG17716
The 'faint sausage (fas)' phenotype, previously associated the immunoglobulin domain protein CG17716 (Lekven et al, 1998; FBrf0103312), is now shown to be caused by mutations in CG6197, also known as 'fand' (Guilgur et al, 2014; FBrf0224810).
FlyBase curator comment: Based on their findings, Sauerwald et al, 2017 (FBrf0234822) refer to the CG6197/fand gene as 'fas'. However, given the history, it would likely be confusing to effectively transfer the 'fas/faint sausage' nomenclature from the CG17716 gene to the fand/CG6197 gene in FlyBase. Thus, FlyBase has: (i) retained 'fand/fandango' as the FlyBase symbol/name of CG6197 (based on FBrf0224810), but added 'fas/faint sausage' as synonyms (based on FBrf0234822); and (ii) reverted the current 'fas/faint sausage' gene to just have 'CG17716' as its FlyBase symbol (at least until it is given a more appropriate symbol/name), while retaining 'fas/faint sausage' as synonyms.
Named 'teiresias', after the blind prophet in Greek mythology who is transformed into a woman, because it functions as a feminizing factor in mAL neurons.