TITLE

Transposition of SRY into the ancestral pseudoautosomal region creates a new pseudoautosomal boundary in a progenitor of simian primates

AUTHOR(S)
Glaser, Birgitta; Myrtek, Daniel; Rumpler, Yves; Schiebel, Katrin; Hauwy, Marcel; Rappold, Gudrun A.; Schempp, Werner
PUB. DATE
October 1999
SOURCE
Human Molecular Genetics;Oct99, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p2071
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies genomic clones of the SRS and STS genes of the prosimian crowned lemur. Gene isolation; Mapping of SRY and STS genes to their relative positions on chromosomes; Divergence between the human and lemur SRY HMG box.
ACCESSION #
4473339

 

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