A radiation hybrid map of the rat genome containing 5,255 markers

@article{Watanabe1999ARH,
  title={A radiation hybrid map of the rat genome containing 5,255 markers},
  author={Takeshi Watanabe and M. -T. Bihoreau and Linda C. McCarthy and Susanna L. Kiguwa and Haretsugu Hishigaki and Atsushi Tsuji and Julie K. Browne and Yuki Yamasaki and Ayako Mizoguchi-Miyakita and Keiko Oga and Toshihide Ono and Shiro Okuno and Naohide Kanemoto and Ei-ichi Takahashi and Kazuhiro Tomita and Hiromi Hayashi and Masakazu Adachi and Caleb Webber and Marie Y. Davis and Susanne Kiel and Catherine E. Knights and Angela Smith and Ricky Critcher and Jonathan N. Miller and Thiru Thangarajah and Philip J. Day and James R. Hudson and Yasuo Irie and T. Takagi and Yusuke Nakamura and Peter N. Goodfellow and G. M. Lathrop and Akira Tanigami and Michael R. James},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={1999},
  volume={22},
  pages={27-36}
}
A whole-genome radiation hybrid (RH) panel was used to construct a high-resolution map of the rat genome based on microsatellite and gene markers. These include 3,019 new microsatellite markers described here for the first time and 1,714 microsatellite markers with known genetic locations, allowing comparison and integration of maps from different sources. A robust RH framework map containing 1,030 positions ordered with odds of at least 1,000:1 has been defined as a tool for mapping these… CONTINUE READING
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