The Drosophila STAM gene homolog is in a tight gene cluster, and its expression correlates to that of the adjacent gene ial.

@article{MesilatyGross1999TheDS,
  title={The Drosophila STAM gene homolog is in a tight gene cluster, and its expression correlates to that of the adjacent gene ial.},
  author={S Mesilaty-Gross and Alfred J. Reich and Benny Motro and Ron Wides},
  journal={Gene},
  year={1999},
  volume={231 1-2},
  pages={173-86}
}
Drosophila STAM is a homolog of mammalian STAM genes, which encode Jak associated signal-transducing adapter molecules. A 20-kilobase stretch of genomic DNA at 32B on chromosome arm 2L, which contains Drosophila STAM, has been sequenced. By comparison to cDNAs isolated and characterized, this region contains four tightly clustered genes: ial, mitochondrial porin, and the two newly discovered genes, STAM and DNZ1. Like its mouse and human homologs, STAM bears SH3 and ITAM domains. DNZ1 is a… CONTINUE READING

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