Assignment of the human CD9 gene to chromosome 12 (region P13) by use of human specific DNA probes

  title={Assignment of the human CD9 gene to chromosome 12 (region P13) by use of human specific DNA probes},
  author={Patrick J. Benoit and M. S. Gross and Philippe Frachet and Jean Fr{\'e}zal and Georges Uzan and Claude Boucheix and Nguyen van Cong},
  journal={Human Genetics},
SummaryWe have used human specific DNA probes and somatic hybrid cell analysis to localize the human CD 9 gene to chromosome 12 (region p13). 
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