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B., Teng, D., Thomas, A., Tran, T., Tranchant, M., Weaver-Feldhaus, J., Wong, A.K.C., Shizuya, H., Eyfjord, J.E., Cannon-Albright, L., Labrie, Allele detection condition: PCR reaction: 50 ng of total genomic F., Skolnick, M.H., Weber, B., Kamb, A., and Goldgar, D.E. (1996). DNA, lxPCR buffer (Perkin Elmer), 1.0 mM MgCI2, 200 p.M Nature Genet. 12, 333-337. dNTPs, 1 I~M of each primer, and 2.5 units of Taq DNA polymer- ase in 50 i~1 total reaction volume. PCR conditions: 30 cycles of Using SSCP to facilitate mapping 94~ 1 rain; 55~ 1 min; 72~ 2 rain. Discussion: The microsatellite marker within the mouse homolog microsatellite loci of human breast and cancer susceptibility gene BRCA2 was iden- tified in an intron corresponding to human BRCA2 intron number J.L Williams, 1 I. Oisaker, 2 V.M. Teres 1 14 [1,2]. The microsatellite marker contains about 20 CA repeats (Fig. 1). Under the PCR conditions described above, the primers 1Division of Molecular Biology, Roslin Institute (Edinburgh), were used to amplifty 225 bp of mouse genomic DNA. The marker Midlothian, Scotland EH25 9PS, UK 2Department of Morphology, Genetics and Aquatic Biology, Division of Genetics, Norwegian College of Veterinary Medicine, P.O. Box 8146 Correspondence to: A. Bradley Dep. N-0033, Oslo, Norway Received: 15 July 1996 / Accepted: 21 August 1996 1 CCGGAGAGAG AGTACTTCAG TATGCTTGTC TGGCAACAAA CGCACGTACT Species: Bos tarus 51 GTGTGTGTGC GTGCATGTGT GTGTGTGTGT GTGTGTGTGT GTGTGTGTGT Locus names: RI5 (D7S33), RI13 (D22S27), RI15 (D28S24), RI918 (D2S32) 101 GTGTGCGTGT GCGTGTGCCT GTGTGTTGAG AGACAGAGAT CAGGTGACTG Map position: See Table 1. 151 ATTTGCTCTT GTTAGCATTT ACACCACAGA ACGATACCAC AACATCCAAG Method of mapping: Segregation of alleles for the four markers was confirmed by typing the 347 individuals comprising 15 sire 201 GCTGTCGTTA TTCCTTACAA GTGTGGCCCC TCCCGCTCTG AACCACCTTC families of the International Bovine Reference Panel (IBRP) . 251 TCTTGGCGAC CTGGAGGGGC TTACATGCTA GTAGCTCAGT CTTCTCTTCC Markers were assigned to bovine chromosomes by two-point link- 301 ATTCCAATCC CACCCGCCTT age analysis (CRIMAP). Molecular reagents: Oligonucleotide primer sequences are shown Fig. 1. Nucleotide sequence of D5Bayl. The underlined bases represent the polymorphic repeat present within the locus. in Table 1. For RI5, RI13, and RI15 sequences were obtained by
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