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Genetic and physical imprinting map of the mouse



Genetic and physical imprinting map of the mouse



Mouse Genome 95(1): 100-105



This map is based on studies in which Robertsonian and reciprocal translocations have been used to generate uniparental disomies and uniparental duplications of whole and selected chromosome regions respectively. Chromosome regions exhibiting abnormal imprinting effects (phenotypes) are illustrated on both physical and genetic maps.

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