Reciprocal chromosome painting between three laboratory rodent species

@article{Romanenko2006ReciprocalCP,
  title={Reciprocal chromosome painting between three laboratory rodent species},
  author={Svetlana A. Romanenko and Polina L Perelman and Natalya A. Serdukova and Vladimir A. Trifonov and Larisa S Biltueva and Jinhuan Wang and Tangliang Li and Wenhui Nie and Patricia Caroline Mary O’Brien and Vitaly T. Volobouev and Roscoe Stanyon and Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith and Fengtang Yang and Alexander S. Graphodatsky},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={1183-1192}
}
The laboratory mouse (Mus musculus, 2n = 40), the Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus, 2n = 22), and the golden (Syrian) hamster (Mesocricetus auratus, 2n = 44) are common laboratory animals, extensively used in biomedical research. In contrast with the mouse genome, which was sequenced and well characterized, the hamster species has been set aside. We constructed a chromosome paint set for the golden hamster, which for the first time allowed us to perform multidirectional chromosome painting… 
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