A novel partial t haplotype with a Brachyury-independent effect on tail phenotype

@article{Fujimoto1995ANP,
  title={A novel partial t haplotype with a Brachyury-independent effect on tail phenotype},
  author={Akie Fujimoto and Noboru Wakasugi and Takashi Tomita},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={1995},
  volume={6},
  pages={396-400}
}
The btm (brachyury-interacting tail length modifier) mutation was discovered in strain MOL-NIS derived from Japanese wild mice (Mus musculus molossinus) as an autosomal recessive mutation. Homozygotes for this mutation show a short tail phenotype and, moreover, this mutation causes the tailless character by interacting with the T (brachyury) gene on Chromosome (Chr) 17. Our linkage tests and RFLP analyses suggest that btm is located within the t complex on Chr 17 and represents a new partial t… CONTINUE READING
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