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Experiment
  • Experiment
    TEXT
  • Chromosome
    18
  • Reference
    J:17491 Asada Y, et al., A mutation in the Ter gene causing increased susceptibility to testicular teratomas maps to mouse chromosome 18. Nat Genet. 1994 Apr;6(4):363-8
  • ID
    MGI:43177
Genes
GeneAlleleAssay TypeDescription
D18Mit66 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit21 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit27 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit62 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit70 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit12 PCR amplified length variant
Dnd1 visible phenotype
D18Mit14 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit23 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit57 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit51 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit7 PCR amplified length variant
D18Mit25 PCR amplified length variant
Notes
  • Experiment
    The testes of 67 intercross progeny males (MOLF/Ei x 129-Ter/+)F1 x (MOLF/Ei x 129-Ter/+)F1 were typed for 12 SSLP markers on chromosome 18. Using the QTL (quantitative trait locus) program the peak of the likelihood curve (lod score = 3.75) was near D18Mit62 showing candidate linkage between the marker and testicular teratomas. Gene order and recombination frequeny was determined to be as follows: D18Mit66 - 0.062 - D18Mit21 - 0.092 - D18Mit27 - 0.115 - D18Mit62 - 0.168 - D18Mit70 - 0.198 - D18Mit12 - 0.221 D18Mit14/D18Mit23/D18Mit57 - 0.349 - D18Mit51 - 0.427 D18Mit7 - 0.481 - D18Mit25.

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05/19/2020
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