Newly identi ¢ ed repeat sequences , derived from human chromosome 21 qter , are also localized in the subtelomeric region of particular chromosomes and 2 q 13 , and are conserved in the chimpanzee genome

@inproceedings{Parka2000NewlyI,
  title={Newly identi ¢ ed repeat sequences , derived from human chromosome 21 qter , are also localized in the subtelomeric region of particular chromosomes and 2 q 13 , and are conserved in the chimpanzee genome},
  author={H.-S. Parka and M. Nogamib and K. Okumurab and M. Hattoria and Y. Sakakia and A. Fujiyamaa},
  year={2000}
}
  • H.-S. Parka, M. Nogamib, +3 authors A. Fujiyamaa
  • Published 2000
Subtelomeric regions have been a target of structural and functional studies of human chromosomes. Markers having a defined structure are especially useful to such studies. Here, we report 93 bp tandem repeat sequences found in the subtelomeric region of human chromosome 21q. They were also detected in the telomeric region of several other chromosomes… CONTINUE READING