Cloning of human satellite III DNA: different components are on different chromosomes.

@article{Cooke1979CloningOH,
  title={Cloning of human satellite III DNA: different components are on different chromosomes.},
  author={Howard J. Cooke and J. Hindley},
  journal={Nucleic acids research},
  year={1979},
  volume={6 10},
  pages={3177-97}
}
Two fragments cloned from purified human satellite III DNA do not cross-react with each other. One fragment, for which a partial sequence is reported, hybridises to satellite II as well as III and is shown to originate on chromosome 1. The other cloned fragment originates from the Y chromosome. This fragment has undergone considerable changes in size when cloned in lambda gt WES lambda B. Human satellite III is shown to consist of a number of non-cross-reacting sequences which nevertheless are… CONTINUE READING
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