Chromosome painting in Tragulidae facilitates the reconstruction of Ruminantia ancestral karyotype

@article{Kulemzina2011ChromosomePI,
  title={Chromosome painting in Tragulidae facilitates the reconstruction of Ruminantia ancestral karyotype},
  author={Anastasia I. Kulemzina and Fengtang Yang and Vladimir A. Trifonov and Oliver A. Ryder and Malcolm A. Ferguson-Smith and Alexander S. Graphodatsky},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={531-539}
}
AbstactAlthough Tragulidae, as the basal family in Ruminantia phylogenetic tree, is the key taxon for understanding the early chromosome evolution of extant ruminants, comparative molecular cytogenetic data on the tragulids are scarce. Here, we present the first genome-wide comparative map of the Java mouse deer (Tragulus javanicus, Tragulidae) revealed by chromosome painting with human and dromedary probes. Together with the published comparative maps of major representative cetartiodactyl… 
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