Zinc finger protein gene complexes on mouse chromosomes 8 and 11.
Chromosome-Mapping, Comparative-Study, Cricetulus: ge, Drosophila-Melanogaster: ge, Fetal-Development: ge, Genes-Homeo-Box, Genes-Regulator, Genes-Reiterated, Genes-Structural, Hamsters, Hybrid-Cells, Mice: ge, Mice-Inbred-BALB-C: ge, Muridae: ge, Sequence-Homology-Nucleic-Acid, Species-Specificity, SUPPORT-U-S-GOVT-P-H-S, Zinc-Fingers: ge
Genomics 1990 Nov; 8(3):469-76.
Two murine homologs of the Drosophila Kr:uppel gene, a member of the gap class of developmental control genes that encode a protein with zinc fingers, were mapped to mouse chromosomes 8 and 11 by using somatic cell hybrids and an interspecific backcross. Surprisingly, both genes were closely linked to two previously mapped, Kr:uppel-related zinc finger protein genes, suggesting that they are part of gene complexes.
Nadeau, J H.; Birkenmeier, C S.; Chowdhury, K; Crosby, J L.; and Lalley, P A., " Zinc finger protein gene complexes on mouse chromosomes 8 and 11." (1990). Faculty Research 1990 - 1999. 77.
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