Sequence analysis of the complete mitochondrial DNA in 10 commonly used inbred rat strains.

@article{Schlick2006SequenceAO,
  title={Sequence analysis of the complete mitochondrial DNA in 10 commonly used inbred rat strains.},
  author={Nancy E. Schlick and Michael Ignatius Jensen-Seaman and Kimberly Orlebeke and Anne E Kwitek and Howard J. Jacob and Jozef Lazar},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Cell physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={291 6},
  pages={C1183-92}
}
Rat remains a major biomedical model system for common, complex diseases. The rat continues to gain importance as a model system with the completion of its full genomic sequence. Although the genomic sequence has generated much interest, only three complete sequences of the rat mitochondria exist. Therefore, to increase the knowledge of the rat genome, the entire mitochondrial genomes (16,307-16,315 bp) from 10 inbred rat strains (that are standard laboratory models around the world) and 2 wild… CONTINUE READING

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