Adh and Adh-dup sequences of Drosophila lebanonensis and D. immigrans: interspecies comparisons.

@article{Albalat1993AdhAA,
  title={Adh and Adh-dup sequences of Drosophila lebanonensis and D. immigrans: interspecies comparisons.},
  author={Ricard Albalat and Roser Gonz{\`a}lez-Duarte},
  journal={Gene},
  year={1993},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={171-8}
}
We have cloned and sequenced the Adh genomic region of Drosophila lebanonensis (subgenus Scaptodrosophila) and D. immigrans (subgenus Drosophila). This region, which contains Adh, encoding the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme, and Adh-dup (duplicate of Adh), has been compared with the same fragment from D. subobscura (subgenus Sophophora). Even though the flanking regions and introns of both genes have been affected by high substitution rates, the consensus sequences have been clearly identified… CONTINUE READING

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