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Misra, S. (2004.1.7). LysE or LysC. 
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From sima@XXXX Wed Jan 07  19:08:59  2004
To: Rachel Drysdale <rd120@XXXX>,
Madeline Crosby <crosby@XXXX>
Cc: Andy Schroeder <andyXXXX>, <simaXXXX>,
<flybase@XXXX>
Subject: Re: LysE or LysC
There was a typo in our Genome Biology paper, FBrf0155827, in this line:
'Finally, in order to allow the construction of a wild-type proteome from
the mutant sequenced y1; cn1bw1sp1 strain, we replaced annotated sequences
from known mutated genes (y, cn, bw, MstProx, LysE, Rh6) with RefSeq
wild-type sequences from GenBank with an appropriate note.'
The LysE gene is not mutated in this strain; rather, the mutated gene is
LysC. We apologize for any confusion may have this caused.
Sima Misra
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Annotation of the Drosophila melanogaster euchromatic genome: a systematic review.
Misra et al., 2002, Genome Biol. 3(12): RESEARCH0083 [FBrf0155827]

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