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For provision of the fly stocks, the MTA execution between user and Kyorin University is now required.
The procedure of the MTA execution, you can proceed to procedure by click "Order" button of appropriate stock(s).

Request Strain # Species Symbol Genotypes Chromosome/Linkage Locality Tucson stock number Materials
k-aa101 D.ananassae   C(1L+1R) f[28] g[3] / y, m[2] v[2] f[28] g[3]/y x      
k-aa102 D.ananassae   cop x      
k-aa103 D.ananassae   ct rst rb[2] x      
k-aa104 D.ananassae   ct[5] y[65] x      
k-aa105 D.ananassae   lb Om(1D)5 / NG2 x      
k-aa106 D.ananassae   lz[Q](ca/+;px/+) x      
k-aa107 D.ananassae   lz[Q18] x      
k-aa108 D.ananassae   m[2] fw x      
k-aa110 D.ananassae   m[2] v[2] f[28] g[3] x      
k-aa111 D.ananassae   Om(1A)15[E] sn[K] sc[24] rb[2] x      
k-aa112 D.ananassae   Om(1B)93 x      
k-aa113 D.ananassae   Om(1D)5 x      
k-aa114 D.ananassae   Om(1D)9 f[49] x      
k-aa115 D.ananassae   Om(1D)9 f[49] Bx[2] w[65] x      
k-aa116 D.ananassae   Om(1D)9 m[2] v[2] g[3] x      
k-aa117 D.ananassae   Om(1D)9c x      
k-aa118 D.ananassae   Om(1E)53 x      
k-aa119 D.ananassae   Om(1H)92 x      
k-aa120 D.ananassae   Om(1J)Su34 cop f[49] Bx[2] w[65] x      
k-aa122 D.ananassae   rst[T] x      
k-aa123 D.ananassae   sc[33] m[62] fa x      
k-aa124 D.ananassae   sc[33] m[62] w[t] x      
k-aa125 D.ananassae   sn[k] x      
k-aa126 D.ananassae   sn[K] sc[24] rb[2] m[62] fa[16] x      
k-aa130 D.ananassae   sn[K] w[g] x      

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