Controlling elements in the mouse. V. Linkage tests with X-linked genes.

@article{Cattanach1981ControllingEI,
  title={Controlling elements in the mouse. V. Linkage tests with X-linked genes.},
  author={B. Cattanach and D. Papworth},
  journal={Genetical research},
  year={1981},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          57-70
        }
}
Previous studies have shown that the mouse X chromosomal locus, Xce , which causes non-random X chromosome inactivation, is closely linked to the Is( X ; 7)Ct X -autosome translocation. This has placed it either near Ta on one side of the breakpoint or near jp on the other. Linkage tests with Mo vbr and Ta now demonstrate that the locus in fact lies close to Ta . The data also provide genetic evidence which establish that the C3H/HeH X chromosome carries the Xce a allele of this gene and the JU… Expand
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