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Detection, cloning, and distribution of minisatellites in some mammalian genomes.

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The chromosomal distribution of minisatellites (cloned and/or detected using natural or synthetic tandem repeats) is strikingly different in man and mouse. In man, the vast majority is clustered in the terminal band of a subset of chromosome arms. Interestingly, the class of shorter tandem repeats called microsatellites is widespread along the chromosomes, suggesting that minisatellites can be created or maintained only in certain regions. In order to gain a better knowledge of these areas, w...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Clinical Medicine, WTC Human Genetics
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Volume:
67
Pages:
47-57
Publication date:
1993-01-05
ISSN:
1023-294X
URN:
uuid:f9a665a6-01c0-4fff-bb78-335c5539b2f9
Source identifiers:
29685
Local pid:
pubs:29685
ISBN:
3-7643-2781-2

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