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These are not gene ids, but groups of orthologous genes -- try to search for the ids on Google, I can find this page http://cegg.unige.ch/orthodb6/fasta.fasta?ogs=EOG6STSR2&swaptree= and thus you should be able to download the sequences and ids from OrthoDB. Note that, strictly speaking, the are no Ensembl ids for Drosophila, only FlyBase ids that are ...


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Turns to be too long for a comment. If you are looking for explanation of the title/question, than it is following (roughly). If we get information about gene expression from all different cell types, and extract also interactions between those genes (if a gets higher then b gets lower), this will allow studying multigene traits. E.g., life quality, ...



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