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Default Drosophila RNAi lines



Hallo,
I was looking at a gene in flybase and I found that 5 stocks are publicly available. One is in the BDSC, two are in DGRC ane one in Vienna Drosophila RNAi center. I suppose that the two lines in Vienna Drosophila RNAi center are RNAi lines as the center is an "RNAi center", but I don't know how I can understand the other three lines are RNAi or not. Can you clarify me this point?
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Manuela
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