High-resolution chromosome painting reveals the first genetic signature for the chiropteran suborder Pteropodiformes (Mammalia: Chiroptera)

@article{Volleth2011HighresolutionCP,
  title={High-resolution chromosome painting reveals the first genetic signature for the chiropteran suborder Pteropodiformes (Mammalia: Chiroptera)},
  author={Marianne Volleth and Fengtang Yang and Stefan M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={507-519}
}
Up to now, the composition of synteny-conserved segments in chiropteran karyotypes was studied by cross-species chromosome painting with probes derived from whole human (HSA) or chiropteran chromosomes only. Here, painting probes from the vespertilionid bat Myotis myotis were hybridized, for the first time, onto human metaphase chromosomes. The segmental composition of bat karyotypes was further refined by cross-species painting with probes derived from flow-sorted chromosomes of Tupaia… CONTINUE READING
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