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Experiment
  • Experiment
    TEXT-Physical Mapping
  • Chromosome
    9
  • Reference
    J:31470 Hamilton BA, et al., Disruption of the nuclear hormone receptor RORalpha in staggerer mice. Nature. 1996 Feb 22;379(6567):736-9
  • ID
    MGI:46394
Genes
GeneAlleleAssay TypeDescription
D9Mit165 overlapping clones fduA12
D9Mit289 overlapping clones 28A1, adfG7, 287E5
Rora Rorasg overlapping clones 28A1, 287E5, adfG7
D9Mit304 overlapping clones 28A1, 287E5, adfG7
Anxa2 overlapping clones 28A1, 287E5, adfG7
D9Mit339 overlapping clones 28A1, 287E5, adfG7
D9Mit54 overlapping clones FauG9
D9Mit132 PCR amplified length variant
Notes
  • Reference
    The sg mutation is associated with the Rora locus in MGD.
  • Experiment
    Physical mapping of several overlapping YAC's, BAC's and P1's was used to map the staggerer locus (sg) to a 160kb interval on Chromosome 9. A 135kb BAC clone contained both sg and a portion of Rora. The gene order obtained from the overlapping clones wasD9Mit165 - D9Mit289 - Rorasg - Cal1h - D9Mit304 - D9Mit339 - D9Mit54 - D9Mit132. (sg has subsequently been shown to be an allele of Rora. MGD eds)

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