Using fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), three human BAC clones, localized in the terminal region of human chromosome 17p (HSA17p13; 1.44–3.68 Mp), were mapped in chromosome 8p of American mink (MVI8p). It was demonstrated that in MVI8p the region, homeologous to HSA17p13, was split into three fragments, which were detected within terminal, pericentric, and probably nucleolus-organizing regions. Using human BAC clones as heterologous markers for mapping of the gene sequences to the chromosomes of American mink, regional localization of eight sequences (PRPF8, SLC43A2, and RILP in MVI8p25; C17orf31 in MVI8p21-22; and CARKL, CTNS, TAX1BP3, and P2RX5 in MVI8p11) was deduced.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 30, 2007
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