TABLE 1

SNPs identified across the Ocd region

GeneMap location and gene orientation (forward or reverse strand)SNP locationPosition of SNP in geneFlanking sequenceOcd1ORR
CG924013E8AE003499.5110 bp 3′ of geneAAATG-TATCACG
Reversent 5748
mitochondrial ribosomal protein L3 (mRpL3)13E14AE003500.4Intron 1ATGCG-AGCGTTG
Forwardnt 55600
CG893114A5AE003500.4838 bp 5′ of geneAGCAG-CGAACAC
Forwardnt 277193
disco-related (disco-r)14B1AE003501.4Exon 2CCGGA-TGCCGTC
Reversent 213518
easily shocked (eas)14B7AE003501.4Intron 2ACGAA-CCATCAT
Forwardnt 272377
CG356014B8AE003501.4Exon 3AAGGA-GCCGTAG
Forwardnt 277695
paralytic (para)14D1-14E1AE003502.4Intron 6GTAAC-CCCAAGC
Reversent 123890
rudimentary (r)14F5-15A1AE003503.4Intron 5AACGA-TTAATCT
Forwardnt 28093
  • Eight identified SNPs are shown, together with their cytogenetic map position (FlyBase: http://flybase.bio.indiana.edu), orientation on the X chromosome (forward or reverse strand), and the nucleotide (nt) position of each SNP in the corresponding NCBI GenBank Drosophila melanogaster genomic scaffold (AE no.), and the position of the SNP relative to the associated gene. Where the gene is transcribed on the reverse strand, the nucleotide position refers to that of the reverse complemented strand. The flanking sequence of each SNP is also shown, along with the base present in either Ocd1 or wild-type Oregon-R DNA.