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[bio.dros] 2nd chromosome balancer

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Old 09-03-2004, 10:11 PM
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Default [bio.dros] 2nd chromosome balancer



How about T(2;3)SM6a:TM6B, Tb.
Due to reciprocal translocation, SM6a and TM6B always propagate together,
and you can easily tell balancer-carrying larvae by scoring for Tb.

You can find the stocks here:
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3B3%29+SM6a+TM6B

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