3O0 Mammalian Genome 8, Brief Data Reports I0 1 4/49 2 3/19 3/25 4 2/25 5 4/21 lo Fig. 1. Distribution of silver grains in 77 normal metaphases from pig leukocytes hybridized with the 6 19/67 7 3/23 8 4/37 9 3/21 iO 4/23 ii 2/18 12 2/9 pig cDNA of NADPH oxidase-light (or c0 chain subunit (p22-phox) probe. A total number of 470 grains were counted, and of these 67 (14%) were found on Chr 6. Of the 67 grains, 42 (63% of grains on chromosome 6, or 9% of the total number of i0 grains) were found in the region 6p15. Statistical evaluation of the number of silver grains per unit of chromosome length, assuming a Poisson distribution , indicated that the signal from the probe was 13 4/28 14 3/31 15 4/28 16 4/18 17 3/1118 3/8 X 1/3 Y 1/5 highly significant (P < 0.01) for Chr region 6p15. and microsatellites previously assigned to bovine Chromosome References 1. Lahbib-Mansais Y, Yerle M, Gellin J (1994) Cytogenet Cell Genet 67, (Chr) 18 [1-3] was calculated  in two paternal half sib families 120--125 with a total of 103 sons. 2. Zhou Y, Murtangh MP (1994) Gene
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 21, 2009
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