Cosmid contig and cDNA map of the human chromosome 13q14 region frequently lost in B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemiaKapanadze, BI., Brodyanskii, VM., Semov, AB., Baranova, AV., Sulimova, GE., Aitova, SS., Udina, IG., Ptitsyna, SN., Salnikova, LE., Chudinov, OS., Borbiev, TE., Kashuba, VV., Gizatullin, R., Zabarovska, N. V., Zabarovsky, ER., Fedorova, LI., Zelenin, AV., Rasool, O., Grander, D., Einhorn, S., vanEverdink, W., van den Berg, A., Buys, C., Corcoran, M., Chapman, RM. & Yankovsky, NK., 1997, In : Molecular biology. 31, 3, p. 431-434 4 p.
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We constructed a fine physical map of human chromosome 13q14 region between D13S1168 and D13S25 loci consisting of cosmid and cDNA clones. This interval had been shown to be in the center of the genome region frequently lost in a human blood malignancy known as B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia (BCLL), Mapping of the genome region is a step in searching for a putative tumor suppressor gene for BCLL. A chr13-specific cosmid library (LA13NC01) was screened with four YAC and seven WI-STS markers belonging to the above 13q14 interval, yielding a cosmid subset of more than 400 clones representing the region. Cosmids between D13S1168 and D13S25 loci were arranged in contigs. Seven different clones were found in cDNA libraries by hybridization screening with YAC ICRF66c1 and two cosmids covering the D13S319 locus, which is the central point for BCLL-associated deletions, The cDNA clones were mapped against the contigous cosmids.
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|Publication status||Published - 1997|
- human chromosome 13, 13q14 region, cosmid map, cDNA map, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, D13S25 LOCUS, LIBRARIES, DELETION, GENE, CONSTRUCTION, BREAKPOINT