Biochemical markers in rats: Linkage relationships of aconitase (Acon-1), aldehyde dehydrogenases (Ahd-2 and Ahd-c), alkaline phosphatase (Akp-1), and hydroxyacid oxidase (Hao-1)

@article{Cramer1986BiochemicalMI,
  title={Biochemical markers in rats: Linkage relationships of aconitase (Acon-1), aldehyde dehydrogenases (Ahd-2 and Ahd-c), alkaline phosphatase (Akp-1), and hydroxyacid oxidase (Hao-1)},
  author={Donald V. Cramer and Patricia A. Mowery and Mark Adams},
  journal={Biochemical Genetics},
  year={1986},
  volume={24},
  pages={217-227}
}
We have examined the linkage relationships between five biochemical markers, Acon-1, Ahd-2, Ahd-c, Akp-1, and Hao-1, and 19 other genetic loci in five breeding combinations. The genetic locus that codes for a recently described aldehyde dehydrogenase in the liver (Ahd-c) has been assigned to linkage group X (LG X). Hydroxyacid oxidase is coded for by a locus (Hao-1) that is linked to genes that encode agouti coat color and seminal vesicle proteins in linkage group IV. Alkaline phosphatase (Akp… CONTINUE READING