Reciprocal exchanges instigated by large heterologies in the b2 gene of ascobolus are not associated with long adjacent hybrid DNA stretches.

@article{Langin1988ReciprocalEI,
  title={Reciprocal exchanges instigated by large heterologies in the b2 gene of ascobolus are not associated with long adjacent hybrid DNA stretches.},
  author={Thierry Langin and Haider Hamza and Vicki Haedens and J. L. Rossignol},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1988},
  volume={119 2},
  pages={329-36}
}
In the gene b2 of Ascobolus immersus, large heterologies increase the frequencies of reciprocal exchanges on their upstream border (corresponding to the high non-Mendelian segregation side). Tests were made to determine whether these reciprocal exchanges, instigated by large heterologies, resulted from the blockage of a Holliday junction bordering a hybrid… CONTINUE READING