Mammalian Genome 8, Brief Data Reports 699 could be predicted that the human semaphorin F maps to either the short arm of human Chr 5 or the long arm of human Chr 8. Acknowledgments: We thank Ms. A. Kono for technical assistance and Rudi Bailing for comments on the manuscript. This work was supported by a grant for Research on Aging and Health from the Ministry of Health and Welfare of Japan (S. Wakana, and T. Shiroishi), the Deutsche Forsch- ungsgemeinschaft (grant Pu102/4-1 to A.W. Piischel), and the GSF- Forschungszentrum F/E-70571 program (K. Imai). Fig. 1. Haplotype data for the intersubspecific backcross showing the Note added in proof" Consistent with our prediction, a human eDNA markers flanking the Semaflocus segregating on mouse Chr 15. The num- (CSA1) has recently been mapped to Chr 5p15.2 that shows a high degree ber of backcross progeny with each haplotype is given at the bottom. All of sequence similarity to Semaf and thus most likely represents the human animals were scored at each locus as either heterozygous (white square) for Genome Res 7, 118-127, 1997). ortholog (Simmons et al. the DBA/2J and MSM alleles or homozygous (black square) for the MSM alleles. The
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