Mammalian Genome 9. Brief Data Reports 87 nases, like their yeast and fly counterparts, might be involved in Locus symbol: Cmoat the regulation of chromosome segregation. Map position: Cmoat was found to map to Chromosome (Chr) 19 In this report, Stk5 (STK- 1) with a LOD score of 25.9; Centromere- D19Mit63-3.2 ± 1.8 cM was mapped to mouse Chr II. This region of mouse chromosome shares homology with human chro- (95% confidence interval: 0.7-9.1 cM)-Dl9Mitll-1.1 ± 1.1 cM mosome 17p. The placement of in this interval in mouse cM)-(Cmoat, D19Mit27)-1.1 ± 1.1 cM (0-5.8 cM)- Stk5 (0-5.8 suggests that the human homolog of D19MitJ7-1.1 ± 1.1 cM (0-5.8 cM)-Dl9Mit3 (Fig. lA and B). Stk5 will map to 17p, as well. Stk6 mapped to the distal region of mouse Chr 2. This region of of mapping: Linkage analysis was performed with the Method mouse Chr 2 shares homology with human 20q, suggesting that the BSS Backcross DNA Panel (The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, human homolog of Stk6 will map to 20q. Indeed, recent studies Me.). The BSS panel consists of 94 genotyped progeny derived have localized the human homolog of Stk6 to Chr 20g13 and 1 X SPRET/Ei backcross .
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 28, 2009
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