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Approximately 3,000 cattle bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC)-end sequences were added to the Illinois-Texas 5,000-rad RH (RH, radiation hybrid) map. The BAC-end sequences selected for mapping are ∼1 Mbp apart on the human chromosomes as determined by BLASTN analysis. The map has 3,484 ordered...

Author(s)
Everts-van der Wind, A.; Larkin, D. M.; Green, C. A.; Elliott, J. S.; Olmstead, C. A.; Chiu, R.; Schein, J. E.; Marra, M. A.; Womack, J. E.; Lewin, H. A.
Publisher
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, USA
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2005, 102, 51, pp 18526-18531
Abstract

The persistence of large blocks of homologous synteny and a high frequency of breakpoint reuse are distinctive features of mammalian chromosomes that are not well understood in evolutionary terms. To gain a better understanding of the evolutionary forces that affect genome architecture, synteny...

Author(s)
Larkin, D. M.; Pape, G.; Donthu, R.; Auvil, L.; Welge, M.; Lewin, H. A.
Publisher
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York, USA
Citation
Genome Research, 2009, 19, 5, pp 770-777
Abstract

The D3S20-D3S34-D3S3 region on BTA3 contains quantitative trait loci (QTL) controlling milk production traits. This region also displays extensive conservation of synteny among several species including cattle, humans, mice and sheep. In this study, we evaluated the adjacent intervals D3S20-D3S34...

Author(s)
Frank, M. T.; Park, C.; Rodriguez-Zas, S.; Lewin, H. A.
Publisher
Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK
Citation
Animal Genetics, 2002, 33, 1, pp 56-60
Abstract

A whole genome cattle-hamster radiation hybrid cell panel was used to construct a map of 54 markers located on bovine chromosome 5 (BTA5). Of the 54 markers, 34 were microsatellites selected from the cattle linkage map and 20 were genes. Among the 20 mapped genes, 10 were new assignments that were...

Author(s)
Ozawa, A.; Band, M. R.; Larson, J. H.; Donovan, J.; Green, C. A.; Womack, J. E.; Lewin, H. A.
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2000, 97, 8, pp 4150-4155
Abstract

The MHC class II genes of cattle have previously been shown to be located on chromosome 23 (BTA23) and divided into 2 groups separated by 15-30 cM. A radiation hybrid map of chromosome 23 was generated by testing samples from a 5000 rad whole-genome radiation hybrid panel. 26 markers were analysed...

Author(s)
Band, M.; Larson, J. H.; Womack, J. E.; Lewin, H. A.
Citation
Genomics (San Diego), 1998, 53, 3, pp 269-275

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