Differences in the number of embryonic and pseudo-β-globin genes between HbA and HbB sheep

@article{Rando1989DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in the number of embryonic and pseudo-β-globin genes between HbA and HbB sheep},
  author={Andrea Rando and Paola Di Gregorio and Piero Masina},
  journal={Biochemical Genetics},
  year={1989},
  volume={27},
  pages={91-98}
}
DNA samples obtained from 8 goats, 1 moufflon, and 84 sheep with HbA, HbAB, and HbB belonging to different breeds were digested withBamHI,EcoRI,HindIII andPstI and probed with the 5′ end of the goat εIV- and ψβZ-globin genes. Sheep homozygous for HbA show a different restriction pattern than sheep homozygous for HbB with each of these endonucleases. The main differences is that HbB sheep lack the εH and ψβX genes. These results, in addition to those previously obtained using a probe specific… CONTINUE READING

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