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  • Reference
    J:68418 Clemens KE, et al., Genetic control of susceptibility to UV-induced immunosuppression by interacting quantitative trait loci. Genes Immun. 2000;1(4):251-9
  • ID
GeneAlleleAssay TypeDescription
Uvbi1 resistance/susceptibility
Lilrb4a reported elsewhere
  • Experiment
    Genome wide scan was performed on 100 BALB/cAnNCr x (BALB/cAnNCr x C57BL/6NCr)F1 backcross animals to map QTLs associated with UVB radiation-induced immunosuppression. Parental strains BALB/cAnNCr exhibits low susceptibility to immunosuppression whereas parental strain C57BL/6NCr exhibits high susceptibility to immunosuppression. Two significant QTLs, Uvbi1 and Uvbi2, were mapped to mouse chromosome 10 at approximately 29 cM (P<0.05 at D10Mit70) and mouse Chromosome 17 at approximately 23.2 cM (P = 0.1 at D17Mit49). Uvbi1 is associated with decreased susceptibility to UVB radiation-induced immunosuppression while Uvbi2 is associated with increased susceptibility to UVB radiation-induced immunosuppression. Uvbi1 maps near Gp49b, the gene for a membrane glycoprotein which inhibits mast cell signaling and may be a candidate gene. Uvbi2 maps distal to the MHC complex.

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