The Drosophila Genomics Resource Center (DGRC) serves the Drosophila research community by:
(a) collecting and distributing DNA clones and vectors;
(b) collecting and distributing Drosophila cell lines;
(c) developing and testing genomics technologies for use in Drosophila and assisting members of the research community in their use.
The DGRC has assembled a large (over 1,000,000 and expanding) inventory
of DNA clones through the generosity of individual community members,
the BDGP, and the CuraGen Corporation. The collection includes
transformation vectors, cDNA clones, and the CuraGen yeast two-hybrid
Clone collections and common vectors are listed in the catalog.
The DGRC has sought to collect as many cell lines as possible
representing D. melanogaster and closely related species.
The collection currently includes 137 lines and will continue to grow.
Cell lines, with brief descriptions, are listed in the catalog.