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The Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project (BDGP) strives to disrupt each Drosophila gene by the insertion of a single transposable element. As part of this effort, transposons in Ͼ30,000 fly strains were localized and analyzed relative to predicted Drosophila gene structures. Approximately 6300 lines that maximize genomic coverage were selected to be sent to the Bloomington Stock Center for public distribution, bringing the size of the BDGP gene disruption collection to 7140 lines. It now includesdoi:10.1534/genetics.104.026427 pmid:15238527 pmcid:PMC1470905 fatcat:jdg3lt5dejdhfo6byqsvwbvoke