224 Mammalian Genome 8, Brief Data Reports 6. Shimizu N, Antonaralis SE, Van Broeckhoven C, Patterson D, Gardiner MX ~ MMU16 K, Nizetic D, Creau N, Delabar J-M, Korenberg J, Reeves R, Doering 60-- J, Chakravati A, Minoshima S, Ritter O, Cuticchia J (1995) Cytogenet 400 ~Sa 17.0 Cell Genet 70, 147-182 -- 17.2 400 MMU17 7. Chinery R, Poulsom R, Cox HM (1996) Gene 171,249-253 200 - 220 _- CRYA/CBS 17.4 52O Mapping of the Fas-associated factor 1 gene, 60== Fafl, to mouse Chromosome 4C6 by FISH 200 -- -- 30 = ~ PFKL N. Kikyo, W.M. Rideout Ill, T. Tada, M. Tada, M.A. Surani 70= = C018 Wellcome/CRC Institute of Cancer and Developmental Biology, and Physiological Laboratory, University of Cambridge, Tennis Court Road, - MMUIO Cambridge CB2 1QR, UK Received: 22 August 1996 / Accepted: 26 October 1996 COL6A I/2 790 S1OOB Species: Mouse Locus name: Fas-associated factor 1 Fig. 1. NotI map of telomeric (bottom) region of human Chr 21q22.3 . Locus symbol: Fafl Physical distances between NotI sites (in kb) are indicated to the left, homologies to mouse chromosomes to the right. All human Chr 21 genes Map position: Mouse Chromosome (Chr) band 4C6 proximal
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 23, 2009
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