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Mapping Data
  • Experiment
  • Chromosome
  • Reference
    J:29241 Brownstein DG, et al., Chromosome mapping of Rmp-4, a gonad-dependent gene encoding host resistance to mousepox. J Virol. 1995 Nov;69(11):6958-64
  • ID
GeneAlleleAssay TypeDescription
Rmp4 resistance/susceptibility
D1Mit57 PCR amplified length variant
Cfh reported elsewhere
Sell reported elsewhere
Fcgr2b reported elsewhere
Ly9 reported elsewhere
Cd48 reported elsewhere
Apcs reported elsewhere
Ifi203 reported elsewhere
  • Experiment
    As a first step towards mapping Rmp4, authors identified the autosomal regions of D2.B6-Rmp4 mice that were of C57BL/6NCr origin (C57BL/6NCr is a mouse strain which is resistant to ectromelia virus). They selected a panel of 422 provisionally mapped informative Mit microsatellite markers dispersed throughout the 19 autosomes, and found that all of the microsatellites in the D2.B6-Rmp4 mice were of DBA/2NCr origin except for five consecutive Mit microsatellites (D1Mit140, D1Mit33, D1Mit106, D1Mit57 and D1Mit110) spanning a distance of 9.1 cM on distal mouse Chromosome 1 which were of C57BL/6NCr origin. In this manner the authors were able to map the gene responsible for ectromelia virus resistance in C57BL/6NCr to the distal part of mouse Chromosome 1. Potential candidate genes for Rmp4 include Cfh (74.1 cM), Sell (86.6 cM), Fcgr2b (92.3 cM), Ly9 (93.3 cM), Cd48 (93.3 cM), Apcs (94.2 cM), and Ifi203 (95.31 cM).

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