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Riesgo-Escovar, J. (1998.3.10). ADRC: 032. 
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From rd120@XXXX Tue Mar 10  11:10:24  1998
Envelope-to: rd120@XXXX
Delivery-date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998  11:10:24  +0000
To: juan@XXXX
Subject: ADRC: 032
Dear Juan,
I am writing in connection with your abstract for the upcoming Washington
DC ADRC:
'chico, a Drosophila homologue of mammalian insulin receptor substrate
(IRS) genes, is required cell-autonomously for cell size.'
You mention a gene that is new to FlyBase, chico.
Do you have a map location for chico? It is nice if we can keep as many
gene records as possible anchored to the map. Also, do you have allele
designations for the mutants described in the abstract?
Thank you for your help,
with best wishes,
Rachel.
From juan@XXXX Tue Mar 10  13:24:37  1998
Subject: Re: ADRC: 032
Hi Rachel:
Indeed, chico is a new gene. I think the abbreviation will be chic,
since any other combination is already taken. It maps to 31B, next to
bsk. Also, we are calling the first allele we identified as chic 1, and
it is a P element insertion; the other allele is a deficiency and already
has a name. I hope all of this information helps.
Sincerely:
Dr. Juan R. Riesgo-Escovar
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