marker number??

Lee M. Silver LSILVER at MOLBIOL.PRINCETON.EDU
Mon Jul 3 13:51:55 EST 1995


tjackson at uoguelph.ca (Timothy R Jackson) wrote:
>
> what is an easy way to estimate the number of markers needed to map a 
> genome at a given interval.  i'm just looking for something quick and 
> dirty.  also, my advisor says that, theoretically, one chromosome arm 
> should equal 1 Morgan.  is this valid?  there are published linkage 
> groups out there that are over 100 cM!  that's 10 Morgans!  thanx in advance.
> tim

If you're interested in determining marker number for 
experimental animals with a simple backcross or intercross 
breeding system, take a look at chapter 9 in my book 
called "Mouse Genetics: Concepts and Applications" 
published this year by Oxford University Press (800-451-7556).

Good luck.

Lee Silver



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