Mammalian Genome 7, $251-$263 (1997). ~r ellOme 9 Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1997 Konrad Huppi,* David Siwarski Laboratory of Genetics, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Building 37, Rm. 2B-21, Bethesda, Maryland 20892-4255, USA Received: 1 August 1996 Introduction criteria have been assigned a confidence level of 1 (Table 1/Map, column 4). 3). Other loci that were not mapped with regard to This report summarizes the information available on mouse Chro- anchor loci, or by less accurate means, that is, in situ hybridization, mosome (Chr) 15 to date. A consensus linkage map (Table l/Map) were given a map position but assigned a confidence level of 2 or has been constructed and is reassessed on a yearly basis to serve as 3 (see legend to Table 1/Map). The reader is reminded that the a guide for genetic and molecular interpretation as well as com- order of markers is most accurately determined from within the parison with the human homologs. same cross and for the most part is derived from female meiotic events in M. spretus interspecific backcrosses. Therefore, the gene order and distance between markers presented in Table 1/Map may Construction of the Chromosome 15 Map differ between species,
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