Assignment of structural β-galactosidase loci to human chromosomes 3 and 22

@article{Wit2004AssignmentOS,
  title={Assignment of structural $\beta$-galactosidase loci to human chromosomes 3 and 22},
  author={J. Wit and H. Hoeksema and D. Bootsma and A. Westerveld},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={259-267}
}
SummaryHybrid cell lines isolated after fusions between Chinese hamster E36 cells and normal human white blood cells were analyzed for human β-galactosidase isoenzymes and for human chromosomes, especially 3, 12, and 22, the candidates for bearing a β-galactosidase locus. Results of neuraminidase treatment of the cell lysates and immunological studies showed that in man two structural β-galactosidase loci are present and can be assigned to chromosomes 3 and 22. No correlation was found between… Expand

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