l(2)35Bb, l(2)br3, BG:DS01219.1 , br3, nip
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Annotated transcripts do not represent all supported alternative splices within 5' UTR.
Gene model reviewed during 5.45
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mol transcripts are ubiquitous in early embryos until cellularization at which point they are excluded from epidermal cells. After cellularization they were undetectable. On northern blots mol transcripts are abundant in the first two hours of embryogenesis and then decline isgnificantly. Levels increase slightly at late embryonic stages and they are not detected in larval stages.
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Source for identity of: BG:DS01219.1 CG4482
Source for merge of BG:DS01219.1 CG15268 was a shared cDNA ( date:010720 ).
The "l(2)35Bb" complementation group was previously assigned to the CG31834 annotation (also known as " BG:DS00929.16 ", see FBrf0111326) in FlyBase. However, the CG31834 annotation has been eliminated in release 5.1 of the genome annotation, and the CG4482 annotation (corresponding to mol) on the opposite strand has been extended at the 5'end, such that it overlaps the region of the genome where the CG31834 annotation used to be. This together with complementation data from Crosby and Roote, 2006.3.2, personal communication to FlyBase suggests that the "l(2)35Bb" complementation group actually corresponds to the mol locus.
" BG:DS01219.1 " may correspond to "l(2)35Bb".
Given the name "moladietz", after one of Pavlov's dogs.