Mammalian Genome 8, Brief Data Reports 301 Physical and genetic localization of the -EAC bovine cannabinoid receptor (CNR1) gene to bovine Chromosome 9 11.05 I0,31 M. Pfister-Genskow, 1 G.D. Weesner, 2 H. Hayes, 3 (~od 6.4) (Iod 9.6) A. Eggen, m M.D. Bishop l 2.71 21.13 Ood 8.5) I~ 7.8) 1DNA Research & Testing Laboratory, ABS Global, Inc., "D18S8 (Iod 9.2) DeForest, Wisconsin 53532, USA FCG2R 427 13.69 2USDA, Agricultural Research Service and Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907, USA (,o~ 10.0) 3Laboratoire de Grnrtique biochimique et de Cytogrnrtique, INRA-CRJ, -D18SI 78350, Jouy-en-Josas, France Received: 1 September 1996 / Accepted: 7 November 1996 Fig. 1. Map position for FCG2R on bovine Chro 18 relatively to EAC (bloodgroup C), D18S8 (BM2078; Bishop et al. 1994) and D18S1 Species: Bovine (TGLA227; Barendse et al. 1994). Map distances between markers using Locus name: Cannabinoid receptor (brain) Kosambi map function are given in cM, with Lod scores in brackets. Locus symbol: CNR1 Map position: CNR1 is located on bovine Chromosome (Chr) 9q22; D9S32 (ABS017) is located on bovine Chr 9 linked to Previously idenafied homologs: No homologs are known, but the D9S14  with a recombination frequency (sex-averaged) of 0.11 gene is related
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 21, 2009
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