698 Mammalian Genome 8, Brief Data Reports Fig. 1. (A) Nucleotide sequence of the Sax2 homeobox and predicted trans- lation of the Sax2 homeodomain shown below. (B) Amino acid comparison of the Sax/S59/NK1 gene family in mouse and Drosophila. The percentage amino acid identity of the homeodomains relative to Sax2 is shown in the left hand column. The percentage amino acid identity of the homeodomains relative to $59/NK1 is shown in the right-hand column. Abbreviations: D, Drosophila; G, chicken; M, mouse. (C) Localization of Sax2 on mouse Chromosome 5. Map figure from The Jackson Laboratory BSS backcross showing the proximal part of Chr 5, with markers linked to Sax2. The map is depicted with the centromere (black circle) toward the top. Markers shown closest to the centromere are at the most proximal position mapped in this cross. A 5-cM scale bar is shown to the right of the figure. Loci mapping to the same position are listed in arbitrary order. Missing typings were inferred from surrounding data where assignment was unambiguous. Raw data from The Jackson Laboratory BSS backcross were obtained from the World Wide Web address http://www.jax.org/ resources/documents/cmdata/. (D) Haplotype figure from The Jackson Labo- ratory BSS backcross
Mammalian Genome – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 31, 2009
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