Sheep linkage mapping: nineteen linkage groups derived from the analysis of paternal half-sib families

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serval:BIB_F895EAACAC31
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Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Title
Sheep linkage mapping: nineteen linkage groups derived from the analysis of paternal half-sib families
Journal
Genetics
Author(s)
Crawford  A. M., Montgomery  G. W., Pierson  C. A., Brown  T., Dodds  K. G., Sunden  S. L., Henry  H. M., Ede  A. J., Swarbrick  P. A., Berryman  T., Penty  J.M., Hill  D.F.
ISSN
0016-6731 (Print)
Publication state
Published
Issued date
06/1994
Volume
137
Number
2
Pages
573-9
Notes
Journal Article Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't --- Old month value: Jun
Abstract
Nineteen linkage groups containing a total of 52 markers have been identified in the sheep genome after typing large paternal half-sib families. The linkage groups range in size from 2 markers showing no recombination to a group containing 6 markers covering approximately 30 cM of the sheep genome. Thirteen of the groups have been assigned to a sheep chromosome. Three groups contain markers from bovine syntenic groups U2, U7 and U29, and one other group contains a marker that has been mapped only in humans. The remaining three groups are unassigned. This information will provide a useful foundation for a genetic linkage map of sheep.
Keywords
Animals Base Sequence *Chromosome Mapping Crosses, Genetic DNA Primers DNA, Satellite/*genetics Female Genetic Markers *Genome Genotype *Linkage (Genetics) Male Molecular Sequence Data Sheep/*genetics
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Web of science
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