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FRT-Ecdysone receptor

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Old 11-02-2008, 10:06 PM
Rohit Joshi
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Default FRT-Ecdysone receptor



hi! fly people
I was wondering if any one is aware of existence of a FRT-Ecdysone receptor
line.
EcR is on 42A9 but lately I saw FRT40A which made me think if FRT40A-EcR
exist.

Idea is to be a able to do some clonal analysis with EcR mutants using
MARCM,
thanks
rohit
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