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Drosophilia Genetic Tools
Rubin lab Plasmid Constructs are available from Addgene, which has distributed over 430 of the plasmids listed below. Plasmids from Pfeiffer et al. 2008 and Pfeiffer...
Fly Light Split-GAL4 Driver Collection
The data presented on this site are the work of the Janelia FlyLight Project Team and the laboratories of Gerald M. Rubin, Kristin Branson, and Gwyneth Card. ...
FlyEM Connectome Project EM Neural Circuits Source Data
At Janelia, the FlyEM Project is developing technology that will enable us to create a map of every neuron and synapse in the Drosophila nervous system, using novel approaches to electron...
Four-way Olfactometer Arena for Fruit Flies
The four-way olfactometer is a structure for fly experimentation, wherein four sectors with different odors are created in a chamber, stimulating and allowing for observation of fly...
GAL4 Fly Lines
In January 2011, the Rubin lab began depositing our collection of GAL4 driver lines in the Bloomington Stock Center at the rate of approximately 100 lines a week and all lines were available...
Hemidriver Drosophila Lines ("Split-halves")
The ability to reproducibly target expression of transgenes to small, defined subsets of cells is a key experimental tool for understanding many biological processes. The Drosophila nervous system...
Janelia Flylight Expression Patterns of GAL4 and LexA Driver Lines
The data presented on this site are the work of the Janelia FlyLight Project Team and the laboratories of Gerald M. Rubin , James W. Truman , Richard S. Mann , and Christopher Q. Doe....
Rubin Lab Fly Stocks
Fly stocks generated in the Rubin lab are generally deposited in the Bloomington Drosophila Stock Center. For more specialized stocks please contact us directly. Line...
Site-Specific Recombinases (SSRs)
SSRs (Site-Specific Recombinases) are a set of four new site-specific DNA recombinases that demonstrate strong target specificities, have low toxicity and show strong activity in multicellular...