Interstitial colocalization of two cervid satellite DNAs involved in the genesis of the Indian muntjac karyotype

@article{Li2000InterstitialCO,
  title={Interstitial colocalization of two cervid satellite DNAs involved in the genesis of the Indian muntjac karyotype},
  author={Yueh-Chun Li and Charles Lee and Despina Sanoudou and T. Hsu and Shuan-yow Li and Chyi-chyang Lin},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={363-373}
}
A number of repetitive DNA clones were generated from PCR amplifications of Indian muntjac genomic DNA using primer sequences derived from a white tailed deer satellite II DNA sequence. One clone (Mmv-0.7) was characterized and shown to be a cervid satellite II DNA clone. Multiple colored FISH studies with cervid satellite I (C5) and this satellite II clone (Mmv-0.7) to Chinese muntjac metaphase chromosomes localized both satellite DNAs at the pericentromeric regions of all chromosomes except… CONTINUE READING

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