FlyAtlas 2 – Gene
For a particular Drosophila gene, find the pattern of expression in different tissues.
 
Gene Symbol (e.g. vkg) — start typing, then select from the autosuggest menu
Gene Name (e.g. viking)
Annotation Symbol (e.g. CG16858)
Gene ID (e.g. FBgn0016075)

Gene:

Symbol
snoRNA:Psi28S-291
Annotation Symbol
CR33754
FlyBase ID
FBgn0065064
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SDs   Whole Body   Male v. Female
Gene FPKMs and Enrichments 
Adult MaleAdult FemaleMale v. FemaleLarval
TissueFPKMEnrichmentFPKMEnrichmentM/Fp valueFPKMEnrichment
Head6810 ± 15572.112802 ± 123461.50.53n.s.  
Eye602 ± 9.40.21572 ± 2310.20.38n.s.  
Brain / CNS518 ± 820.2743 ± 1280.10.70n.s.2309 ± 3280.4
Thoracicoabdominal ganglion1914 ± 16680.6819 ± 750.12.3n.s.  
Crop2596 ± 1530.86711 ± 840.80.39n.s.  
Midgut2683 ± 5050.88217 ± 8601.00.33p < 0.013396 ± 7210.7
Hindgut2867 ± 10580.92375 ± 1310.31.21n.s.2243 ± 3900.4
Malpighian Tubules2040 ± 10340.64461 ± 37130.50.46n.s.1770 ± 4390.3
Fat body5432 ± 3861.710439 ± 19941.20.52p < 0.055158 ± 6941.0
Salivary gland731 ± 1240.2696 ± 2240.11.05n.s.5225 ± 7881.0
Heart966 ± 4120.3857 ± 3050.11.13n.s.  
Trachea      5148 ± 11611.0
Ovary  9037 ± 46701.1    
Virgin Spermatheca  7538 ± 16720.9    
Mated Spermatheca  9010 ± 23611.1    
Testis3200 ± 20941.0      
Accessory glands4509 ± 12801.4      
Carcass2760 ± 7850.93902 ± 6520.50.71n.s.4085 ± 5350.8
Rectal pad1954 ± 3810.62051 ± 3850.20.95n.s.  
Garland cells      5986 ± 15541.2
Whole body3211 ± 10548560 ± 37990.38n.s.5153 ± 579
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TranscriptMaleFemaleLarval
NameIDHdEyBrTgCrMgHgTuFbSgHtTsAgCsRpHdEyBrTgCrMgHgTuFbSgHtOvVsMsCsRpNsMgHgTuFbSgTrCsGa
RAFBtr0091755
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These data are for a snoRNA (small nucleolar RNA) that does not encode a protein.
There are two main classes of snoRNAs: 1. CD class snoRNAs, involved in rRNA methylation, which are generally not detected by our techniques as they are too small, and 2. ACC class snoRNAs, involved in pseudouridylation, which are generally large enough to be detected. (N.B. Data for Fat Body and Spermatheca may not be comparable with those from other tissues.)