A 12 000-rad whole-genome radiation hybrid panel in sheep: application to the study of the ovine chromosome 18 region containing a QTL for scrapie susceptibility.

@article{Laurent2007A10,
  title={A 12 000-rad whole-genome radiation hybrid panel in sheep: application to the study of the ovine chromosome 18 region containing a QTL for scrapie susceptibility.},
  author={P. J. Laurent and Laurent Schibler and A. V. Vaiman and Johan Laubier and Chantal Delcros and Gianmario Cosseddu and Daniel Vaiman and Edmond Paul Cribiu and Martine Yerle},
  journal={Animal genetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={358-63}
}
Whole-genome radiation hybrid (RH) panels have been constructed for several species, including cattle. RH panels have proven to be an extremely powerful tool to construct high-density maps, which is an essential step in the identification of genes controlling important traits, and they can be used to establish high-resolution comparative maps. Although bovine RH panels can be used with ovine markers to construct sheep RH maps based on bovine genome organization, only some (c. 50%) of the… CONTINUE READING
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