Elian Rakhmanaliev

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Sequence tagged sites generated for 60 NotI clones (NotI-STSs) from human chromosome 3-specific NotI-jumping and NotI-linking libraries were physically located using PCR screening of a radiation hybrid (RH) GeneBridge4 panel. The NotI map of chromosome 3 was generated using these RH-mapping data and those obtained earlier by FISH and sequencing of the(More)
Using nucleotide sequences from jumping and linking NotI libraries of human chromosome 3, 94 NotI-STS markers for 72 individual NotI clones were developed. The positions of the NotI-STS markers and their order on the chromosome were determined by a combination of RH-mapping (our data), contig mapping, cytogenetic mapping, and in silico mapping. Comparison(More)
Control of parasite replication exerted by MHC class I restricted CD8+ T-cells in the liver is critical for vaccination-induced protection against malaria. While many intracellular pathogens subvert the MHC class I presentation machinery, its functionality in the course of malaria replication in hepatocytes has not been characterized. Using experimental(More)
In cervical tumours the integration of human papilloma viruses (HPV) transcripts often results in the generation of transcripts that consist of hybrids of viral and cellular sequences. Mapping data using a variety of techniques has demonstrated that HPV integration occurred without obvious specificity into human genome. However, these techniques could not(More)
We have developed a new type of microarray, restriction site tagged (RST), for example NotI, microarrays. In this approach only sequences surrounding specific restriction sites (i.e. NotI linking clones) were used for generating microarrays. DNA was labeled using a new procedure, NotI representation, where only sequences surrounding NotI sites were labeled.(More)
A new comparative genome hybridization technology using NotI microarrays is described (Karolinska Institute International Patent WO02/086163). The method is based on comparative genome hybridization of NotI-enriched probes from tumor and normal genomic DNA with radically new NotI microarrays. A total of 181 NotI-binding loci of human chromosome 3 were(More)
The exon-intron structures of the human, rat and mouse ABLIM2 gene were determined in silico. The experimental verification resulted in the revealing of two mRNA isoforms of the ABLIM2 gene. The isoforms a and b contained 20 exons and 18 exons, respectively. The highest expression of both isoforms was observed in rat brain and eye and in mouse embryos. The(More)
New comparative genome hybridization technology on NotI-microarrays is presented (Karolinska Institute International Patent WO02/086163). The method is based on comparative genome hybridization of NotI-probes from tumor and normal genomic DNA with the principle of new DNA NotI-microarrays. Using this method 181 NotI linking loci from human chromosome 3 were(More)
Ten DNA markers were localized in the human genome by a screening procedure against the radiation hybrid somatic cell panel (GeneBridge 4 RH Panel) using polymerase chain reaction (RH mapping method). DNA markers were developed to nucleotide sequences adjacent to NotI sites of human chromosome 3 (NotI-STS markers) and also to nucleotide sequences of human(More)
The 32-bp deletion (CCR5del32 mutation) in the CCR5 (chemokine (C-C motif) receptor 5) gene, encoding CCR5 chemokine receptor, is one of the factors determining natural resistance to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) infection. In the present study, the samples of Russians (n = 102), Tuvinians (n = 50), and HIV-infected individuals (n = 107) were(More)