Compositional Mapping of Mouse Chromosomes and Identification of the Gene-Rich Regions
The mouse genome is a mosaic of isochores, consisting of long (>300 kb), compositionally homogeneous DNA segments that can be divided into two GC-poor families, L1 and L2, representing 56% of the genome, and two GC-rich families, H1 and H2, representing 26% and 7% of the genome, respectively, the...
|Published in:||Chromosome Research : Chromatin, Chromosomes and Genomes, Vol. 5, No. 5 (1997), p. 293-300|
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Chromosome Research : Chromatin, Chromosomes and Genomes, Vol. 5, No. 5 (1997), p. 293-300