Assignment of the gene determining human carbonic anhydrase, CAI, to chromosome 8

Assignment of the gene determining human carbonic anhydrase, CAI, to chromosome 8 Summary A cDNA clone complementary to the mRNA encoding the rabbit erythrocyte specific carbonic anhydrase, CAI, has been used as probe for human CAI sequences in the analysis of DNA from panels of rodent/human somatic cell hybrids. The presence of the human CAI gene in all hybrids correlates with the presence of chromosome 8. Together with published mapping data, this assignment indicates that three CA loci are situated on chromosome 8. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Human Genetics Wiley

Assignment of the gene determining human carbonic anhydrase, CAI, to chromosome 8

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Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1986 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
0003-4800
eISSN
1469-1809
DOI
10.1111/j.1469-1809.1986.tb01030.x
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Abstract

Summary A cDNA clone complementary to the mRNA encoding the rabbit erythrocyte specific carbonic anhydrase, CAI, has been used as probe for human CAI sequences in the analysis of DNA from panels of rodent/human somatic cell hybrids. The presence of the human CAI gene in all hybrids correlates with the presence of chromosome 8. Together with published mapping data, this assignment indicates that three CA loci are situated on chromosome 8.

Journal

Annals of Human GeneticsWiley

Published: May 1, 1986

References

  • The gene for human muscle specific carbonic anhydrase (CA III) is assigned to chromosome 8
    Edwards, Edwards; Lloyd, Lloyd; Parkar, Parkar; Povey, Povey
  • Human myosin heavy chain genes assigned to chromosome 17 using a human cDNA clone as probe
    Edwards, Edwards; Parkar, Parkar; Povey, Povey; West, West; Parrington, Parrington; Solomon, Solomon
  • Regulation of expression of liver‐specific enzymes. II. Activation and chromosomal localization of soluble glutamate‐pyruvate transaminase
    Kielty, Kielty; Povey, Povey; Hopkinson, Hopkinson
  • A cytochrome P‐450 gene family mapped to human chromosome 19
    Phillips, Phillips; Shephard, Shephard; Povey, Povey; Davis, Davis; Kelsey, Kelsey; Monteiro, Monteiro; West, West; Cowell, Cowell

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