DNA sequence organisation in avian genomes

@article{Epplen1978DNASO,
  title={DNA sequence organisation in avian genomes},
  author={J{\"o}rg T. Epplen and Michael Leipoldt and Wolfgang Engel and Joerg Schmidtke},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={1978},
  volume={69},
  pages={307-321}
}
By means of renaturation kinetics of DNA of the three avian species Cairina domestica, Gallus domesticus and Columba livia domestica the following major DNA repetition classes were observed: a very fast reannealing fraction comprising about 15% of the DNA, a fast or intermediate reannealing fraction that makes up 10%, and a slow reannealing fraction of about 70%, which apparently renatures with single copy properties. — Comparing the reassociation behaviour of short (0.3 kb) and long (>2 kb… CONTINUE READING

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