Genetic mapping of two DNA markers, D16Ros1 and D16Ros2, flanking the mutation site in the chakragati mouse, a transgenic insertional mutant

Abstract

We present here the genetic mapping of two novel loci, D16Ros1 and D16Ros2, to mouse Chromosome (Chr) 16. The probes for these loci were genomic framents isolated from the chakragati mouse, a behavioural mutant resulting from insertional mutagenesis during the course of making transgenic mice. D16Ros1 and D16Ros2 were first mapped by recombinant inbred (RI) strain analysis and subsequently by the analysis of 145 progeny of two interspecific backcrosses between Mus domesticus and Mus spretus. These progeny had been typed for the centromere and this allowed mapping of D16Ros1 and D16Ros2 relative to the centromere. The other markers included in this study were Prm-1, Gap43 and Sod-1. The genetic map generated spanned 47.5 cM from the centromere to Sod-1, the most distal marker mapped here. The linkage data presented here should prove useful in mapping other loci relative to the centromere of Chr 16.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00355834

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@article{Ratty1992GeneticMO, title={Genetic mapping of two DNA markers, D16Ros1 and D16Ros2, flanking the mutation site in the chakragati mouse, a transgenic insertional mutant}, author={Anik K. Ratty and Yoichi Matsuda and Rosemary W. Elliott and Verne M. Chapman and Kenneth W . Gross}, journal={Mammalian Genome}, year={1992}, volume={3}, pages={5-10} }