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Long range restriction map of the von Hippel-Lindau gene region on human chromosome 3p

Long range restriction map of the von Hippel-Lindau gene region on human chromosome 3p,10.1007/BF00244473,Human Genetics,Susanne C. Szymanski,Holger H

Long range restriction map of the von Hippel-Lindau gene region on human chromosome 3p   (Citations: 2)
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Von Hippel-Lindau disease is a heritable tumour syndrome caused by the loss of the function of a tumour suppressor gene on the short arm of human chromosome 3. The interval RAF1-D3S18 (3p25–3p26) has been identfied by genetic linkage studies to harbour the von Hippel-Lindau gene. We have constructed a long range restriction map of this region and have succeeded in demonstrating the physical linkage of loci D3S726 (DNA probe LIB31-38), D3S18 (c-LIB-1, L162E5), D3S601 (LIB1963) and D3S587 (LIB 12–48). Since multipoint analysis has located D3S601 proximal to D3S726, the physical map should be oriented with D3S726 towards the telomere. The order and distances of probes within the von Hippel-Lindau gene region is as follows: telomere — LIB3138 — (<280 kb) — c-LIB-1 — (overlapping) — L162E5 — (900–1600 kb) — (LIB 19-63, LIB 12–48) — centromere. In tissues that included blood, semen and Epstein-Barrvirus-transformed lymphocytes, we detected a putative CpG island flanking D3S18.
Journal: Human Genetics - HUM GENET , vol. 92, no. 3, pp. 282-288, 1993
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