Linkage of bovine erythrocyte antigen loci B, C, L, S, Z, R‘ and T’ and the serum protein loci post‐transferrin 2 (PTF 2), vitamin D binding protein (GC) and albumin (ALB) to DNA microsatellite markers

S. M. Kappes, M. D. Bishop, J. W. Keele, Cecilia Penedo, H. C. Hines, M. D. Grosz, G. A. Hawkins, R. T. Stone, S. L.F. Sunden, C. W. Beattie

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Abstract

Seven bovine erythrocyte antigen loci and three serum protein loci were tentatively assigned to chromosomes or synteny groups by linkage analysis to previously assigned microsatellite DNA markers. The erythrocyte antigen locus EAB was mapped to synteny group U27; EAC to chromosome 18, synteny group U9; EAL to chromosome 3, synteny group U6; EAS to chromosome 21, synteny group U4; EAZ to chromosome 10, synteny group U5; EAR' to chromosome 16, synteny group U1; and EAT' to chromosome 19, synteny group U21. The vitamin D binding protein (GC) and albumin (ALB) loci were assigned to chromosome 6, synteny group U15 and post‐transferrin 2 (PTF 2) to chromosome 19, synteny group U21.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)133-140
Number of pages8
JournalAnimal Genetics
Volume25
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 1994

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Animal Science and Zoology
  • Genetics

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