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XB-ART-3887
Cytogenet Genome Res January 1, 2003; 103 (1-2): 169-72.

The c-SRC1 gene visualized by in situ hybridization on Xenopus laevis chromosomes.

Krylov V , Mácha J , Tlapáková T , Takác M , Jonák J .


Abstract
Fluorescent in situ hybridization followed by tyramide signal amplification was used to map the site of the c-SRC1 gene on XENOPUS LAEVIS chromosomes. Positive results were obtained with a cDNA probe of about 1 kb. The c-SRC1 gene is located in the subcentromeric region in the long arm of one of the acrocentric chromosomes of the G category (classified according to Graf and Kobel, 1991). The c-SRC1 gene and the XENOPUS major histocompatibility complex (MHC) 1b locus, which consists of 20 tandemly arranged gene copies, are situated on different chromosomes of the G category.

PubMed ID: 15004482
Article link: Cytogenet Genome Res

Genes referenced: arhgap26 myh6 ncoa1 src



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