l(2)not, l(2)tid, lethal(2)tumorous imaginal discs, tid, l(2)tud
Gene model reviewed during 5.52
There is only one protein coding transcript and one polypeptide associated with this gene
510 (aa); 45 (kD observed); 56 (kD predicted)
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For each fully sequenced cDNA the DGRC maintains various forms of the cDNA (e.g tagged or untagged) in several different host vectors for subsequent cloning and expression in Drosophila and Drosophila cell lines.
The mutant phenotype of the "tumorous imaginal discs" (tid) gene was originally described in Kurzik-Dumke et al. 1992 (FBrf0055923), and was subsequently reported to encode a DnaJ-like molecular chap- erone in Kurzik-Dumke et al. 1995 (FBrf0080183). However, the "tid" gene was cloned incorrectly - aberrant cell proliferation in tid mutants arises not from disruptions to the DnaJ homolog (CG5504) but rather to an adjacent gene that encodes the mannosyltransferase Alg3 (CG4084, also called "neighbor of tid", "l(2)not"). To avoid confusion with the previous annotation, the CG4084 gene is referred to as "alg3". FlyBase curator comment: Also to avoid confusion, the "l(2)tid" gene has been renamed back to its CG identifier (CG5504).
In some strains the Alg3, l(2)rot and CG5504 genes are duplicated in tandem (Dp(2;2)KD). This 5327-bp duplication has been found in the Harvich and "a px o" strains, but not in Oregon-R or a "b If" strain.
Mutants display an imaginal disc neoplastic phenotype.