A. B. Shlenskii

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Mapping of the genetic defect causing dominant palmoplantaris hyperkeratosis (PPHK) was continued based on the material of an extended Uzbek pedigree. No linkage between the PPHK gene and hypervariable DNA markers from 8p, 12p, 14q, and 22q were revealed. The study of PPHK gene linkage with DNA markers covering the entire length of 17th chromosome mapped(More)
It was postulated that similar genetic elements that are 'hot spots' for genetic variation might exist in both the HIV-1 and the human genome. To test this possibility a short repeated sequence from a region of variability in the HIV-1 glycoprotein (env) gene was amplified and used as a probe for blot hybridization with human genome DNA. Human genomic(More)
Analysis of hybridization probes for DNA genotypescopy (DNA genotyping and genome fingerprinting) was performed to detect 21 cases of paternity testing. A system with the highly informative multilocus DNA probe Red4, isolated by us earlier, and two single-locus probes (YNH24 and CMM101) detecting highly polymorphic (H > 96%) loci D2S44 and D14S13 was(More)
The gene of the surface glycoprote in (envelope) is the most variable component of the genome of the HIV-I retrovirus. The hypervariable region of this germ contains several short straight DNA repeating sequences, organized into small clusters (not more than three copies), which are characterized by variation in the number of copies in different strains of(More)
A new form of a low Km GTPase belonging to the family of regulatory GTP-binding G-proteins has been identified in bovine cerebellum. The molecular weight of this G-protein is several times as high as that of other G-proteins known to be alpha beta gamma heterotrimers: i. e., Gs, Gi, Go, transducin and a new G-protein which had recently been isolated in our(More)
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