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Mammalian genome

, : Mammalian genome. Encyclopedia of molecular biology and molecular medicine Volume 3: Heart failure, genetic basis of to mammalian genome: 510-520

This entry covers mammalian synteny and sex chromosomes, functional and nonfunctional DNA, genome evolution, cross-over recombination, somatic recombination and illegitimate recombination, gene mapping, physical mapping, positional cloning and sequencing, genome methylation, imprinting, X-inactivation, transgenic mice and sex determination, and finally genome mapping projects, large-scale sequencing and functional analysis.

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Accession: 002889582

DOI: 10.1007/bf00350840

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