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This dataset was generated by Venkat Chintapalli, Jing Wang & Julian Dow at the University of Glasgow with funding from the UK's BBSRC.
It gives you a quick answer to the question: where is my gene of interest expressed/enriched in the adult fly?
For each gene & tissue, you're given the mRNA SIGNAL (how abundant the mRNA is), the mRNA ENRICHMENT (compared to whole flies), and the Affymetrix PRESENT CALL (out of 4 arrays, how many times it was detectably expressed).

This is the batch search page. Enter one search term per line:



e.g. vha, cell adhesion, receptor, aquaporin, adenylate, CG1147, pnt

If you don't get a hit for a particular gene, look it up in Flybase and try any synonyms (FBgn number, CG number, etc)




Chintapalli, V. R., Wang, J. and Dow, J. A. T. (2007). Using FlyAtlas to identify better Drosophila models of human disease. Nature Genetics 39: 715-720