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Two dinucleotide repeat polymorphisms at the D8S1444 and D8S1445 loci


Two polymorphic dinucleotide (CA) repeat clones were isolated from two P1 phage clones, 1239F3 and 8H11, and were localized to chromosome 8 using a panel of 13 mouse human somatic cell hybrids.


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Nakura, J., Ye, L., Takahashi-Fujii, A. et al. Two dinucleotide repeat polymorphisms at the D8S1444 and D8S1445 loci. Jap J Human Genet 41, 261–263 (1996).

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  • microsatellite
  • P1 phage
  • chromosome 8


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