Table 1 Bioinformatic analysis reveals a series of genes that may be involved in long-term memory formation
Gene listacute responsememory response
CS (WT control)YY
RNAi of White, MB247YY
MB247/+YY
RNAi of White, MB48571YY
MB48571/+YY
FBgn0001075 ftNN
FBgn0001323 knrlNN
FBgn0002573 sensYN
FBgn0003301 rutYN
FBgn0003321 sbrYY
FBgn0003390 shfYY
FBgn0003448 snaYN
FBgn00045735 5-HT7YN
FBgn0004619 GluRlAYY
FBgn0004841 TkR86CNN
FBgn0005642 wdnYY
FBgn0011288 Snap25YY
FBgn0014024 Rnp4FYN
FBgn0020391 NrkYN
FBgn0037963 Cad87AYN
FBgn0011582 Dop1R1YN
FBgn0021764 sdkYY
FBgn0038980 Octbeta1RYN
FBgn0039045 CG17119YY
FBgn0042135 CG18812YY
FBgn0259483 Mob4YN
FBgn0259168 mnbYN
FBgn0261613 OazYY
FBgn0265194 TrpmYY
FBgn0266137 Dop1R2YN
FBgn0267339 p38cYY
FBgn0033459 CG12744YY
FBgn0027574 CG5815YY
FBgn0042134 caprYY
  • Genes tested and results are shown. A binary Yes (Y) / No (N) output is shown for each gene with respect to the presence of an acute response and a memory response. Both an acute and memory phenotype are listed if the egg count is not significantly different from unexposed. Genes that perturb the acute response might be involved in memory formation, but their function in memory cannot be teased apart in the manner tested.