In article <4euns3$7bl at sifon.cc.mcgill.ca>, popa0206 at PO-Box.McGill.CA says...
>>Doses anyone out there have chromosome specific coatasomes (chromosome
paints) for the mouse
>Or know of a reference for them....
>>>I have been trying to find some in the literature and I am having a hard
>>>Thanks in advance
>>dellaire at odyssee.net
Yes the do exist. Here is the reference:
Nat Genet 9: 369-375 (1995)
Chromosome specific paints from a high resolution flow karyotype of the
P. Rabbitts, H. Impey, A. Heppell-Parton, C. Langford, C. Tease, N. Lowe, D.
Bailey, M. Ferguson-Smith & N. Carter
MRC Radiotherapeutics Unit, MRC Centre, Cambridge, UK.
Chromosomes from antigen stimulated B-cells from spleens of inbred mice have
been separated using flow cytometry into 18
distinguishable peaks. Using locus-specific oligonucleotides and fluorescence
in situ hybridization to banded metaphase
spreads, 15 individual chromosomes were identified: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11,
12, 16, 17, 18, 19, X and Y. The remaining six
chromosomes, occurring as pairs in three peaks, 4 with 5, 10 with 13, and 14
with 15, were resolved by flow sorting
chromosomes from mice carrying an appropriate homozygous translocation and 4,
5 and 14 have been isolated in this way.
This is the first demonstration of how a complete set of mouse chromosome
paints can be produced.