TABLE 2

Mapping deletion breakpoints in the mod(mdg4) region

Deletions
Exon(s) testedaGC14bcT16de142Δ10c142Δ33c142Δ29c142Δ49cB2feGP4fg
52.0–56.3hDeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot testedNot testedDeletedDeleted
59.1DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot testedNot testedDeletedDeleted
59.0, 55.3DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot testedNot testedDeletedDeleted
65.0DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot testedNot testedDeletedDeleted
55.2Not testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot deleted
58.0Not testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedDeletedNot deleted
Intron 58.0/54.7Not testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedDeletedNot tested
54.7, 53.6Not testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot testedNot deletedNot deleted
64.2DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot deletedNot deletedNot deletedNot deleted
CR, exon 4DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot deletedDeletedNot deletedNot deleted
CR, exon 3DeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedDeletedNot deletedNot deleted
  • a The indicated mod(mdg4) exons (see Dorn and Krauss 2003 for nomenclature and map) were amplified from genomic DNA from deletion/CSiso and deletion/ORiso flies and sequenced to determine whether the region was present in deletion DNA.

  • b Mohler and Pardue (1984).

  • c Azpiazu and Frasch (1993).

  • d Gerasimova and Corces (1998).

  • e Chen and Corces (2001).

  • f Gerasimova et al. (1995).

  • g Mohler and Pardue (1982).

  • h This region includes exons 52.0, 53.4, 58.6, 57.4, 59.3, 54.2, and 56.3.