Welcome to the Gene Disruption Project Search Page

Please visit the Transposons page for a description of the insertions featured in this database.

To search strictly MiMIC lines, please visit the MiMIC page.

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GDP has generated:

BG lines: 485 (P{GT1})
KG lines: 2169 (P{SUPor-P})
EY lines: 3353 (P{EPgy2})
MB lines: 2640 (Mi{ET1})
MI lines: 7441 (Mi{MIC})   [list (.xlsx) 2016-06-30]

  • RMCE technique (by cross): Nagarkar-Jaiswal S, DeLuca SZ, Lee PT, Lin WW, Pan H, Zuo Z, Lv J, Spradling AC, Bellen HJ (2015) A genetic toolkit for tagging intronic MiMIC containing genes. eLife 4:e08469. [Article]

  • MI, RMCE collection (by injection): Nagarkar-Jaiswal S, Lee PT, Campbell ME, Chen K, Anguiano-Zarate S, Cantu Gutierrez M, Busby T, Lin WW, He Y, Schulze KL, Booth BW, Evans-Holm M, Venken KJ, Levis RW, Spradling AC, Hoskins RA, Bellen HJ (2015) A library of MiMICs allows tagging of genes and reversible spatial and temporal knockdown of proteins in Drosophila. eLife 4:e05338. [Article]

  • MI, RMCE technique: Venken KJT, Schulze KL, Haelterman NA, Pan H, He Y, Evans-Holm M, Carlson JW, Levis RW, Spradling AC, Hoskins RA, Bellen HJ (2011) MiMIC: a highly versatile transposon insertion resource for engineering Drosophila melanogaster genes. Nature Methods 8:737-743. [PDF] [Suppl]

  • MB, EY: Bellen HJ, Levis RW, He Y, Carlson JW, Evans-Holm M, Bae E, Kim J, Metaxakis A, Savakis C, Schulze KL, Hoskins RA, Spradling AC (2011) The Drosophila Gene Disruption Project: progress using transposons with distinctive site-specificities. Genetics 188:731-743. [PDF]

  • BG, KG, EY: Bellen HJ, Levis RW, Liao G, He Y, Carlson JW, Tsang G, Evans-Holm M, Hiesinger PR, Schulze KL, Rubin GM, Hoskins RA, Spradling AC (2004) The BDGP gene disruption project: single transposon insertions associated with 40% of Drosophila genes. Genetics 167:761-781. [PDF]

  • 2002-2014 | Please report program errors / comments to Karen Schulze.