Comparative chromosome painting defines the karyotypic relationships among the domestic dog, Chinese raccoon dog and Japanese raccoon dog

@article{Nie2004ComparativeCP,
  title={Comparative chromosome painting defines the karyotypic relationships among the domestic dog, Chinese raccoon dog and Japanese raccoon dog},
  author={Wenhui Nie and Jin-huan Wang and Polina L Perelman and Alexander S. Graphodatsky and Fengtang Yang},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={735-740}
}
The Chinese raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides procyonoides, 2n=54+2–3 B) and Japanese raccoon dog (Nyctereutes p. viverrinus, 2n=38+3–4 B) are two subspecies of the same species. [...] Key Result In total, dog probes specific for the 38 autosomes delineated 41 conserved chromosomal segments in the Chinese raccoon dog. Probes from dog chromosomes 1, 13 and 19 each painted two Chinese raccoon dog chromosome segments.Expand
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