Molecular analysis of cubitus interruptus (ci) mutations suggests an explanation for the unusual ci position effects

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The cubitus interruptus (ci) locus of Drosophila melanogaster is located proximally on chromosome 4. In ci mutants cubital wing veins are interrupted or absent. We have cloned this locus using a gypsy element associated with the ci 1 mutation. Analysis of all extant ci mutations reveals that they contain conspicuous molecular alterations within a 13.7 kb… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00280321

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@article{Locke1994MolecularAO, title={Molecular analysis of cubitus interruptus (ci) mutations suggests an explanation for the unusual ci position effects}, author={John L. Locke and Kenneth D. Tartof}, journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG}, year={1994}, volume={243}, pages={234-243} }