A high-resolution radiation hybrid map of chicken chromosome 5 and comparison with human chromosomes

Date
2004
Authors
Pitel, F.
Abasht, Behnam
Morisson, M.
Crooijmans, R. P.
Vignoles, F.
Leroux, S.
Feve, K.
Bardes, S.
Milan, D.
Lagarrigue, S.
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BioMed Central
Abstract
The resolution of radiation hybrid (RH) maps is intermediate between that of the genetic and BAC (Bacterial Artificial Chromosome) contig maps. Moreover, once framework RH maps of a genome have been constructed, a quick location of markers by simple PCR on the RH panel is possible. The chicken ChickRH6 panel recently produced was used here to construct a high resolution RH map of chicken GGA5. To confirm the validity of the map and to provide valuable comparative mapping information, both markers from the genetic map and a high number of ESTs (Expressed Sequence Tags) were used. Finally, this RH map was used for testing the accuracy of the chicken genome assembly for chromosome 5.
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Pitel, F., Abasht, B., Morisson, M., Crooijmans, R. P. M. A., Vignoles, F., Leroux, S., . . . Vignal, A. (2004). A high-resolution radiation hybrid map of chicken chromosome 5 and comparison with human chromosomes. BMC Genomics, 5 doi:10.1186/1471-2164-5-66