Reciprocal chromosome painting between three laboratory rodent species

  title={Reciprocal chromosome painting between three laboratory rodent species},
  author={S. Romanenko and P. Perelman and N. Serdukova and V. Trifonov and L. Biltueva and J. Wang and T. Li and W. Nie and P. O'brien and V. Volobouev and R. Stanyon and M. Ferguson-Smith and F. Yang and A. Graphodatsky},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  • S. Romanenko, P. Perelman, +11 authors A. Graphodatsky
  • Published 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Mammalian Genome
  • 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… CONTINUE READING
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