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Complex haplotypes, copy number polymorphisms and coding variation in two recently divergent mouse strains

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Adams, D. J.
Cox, Tony
Smith, James
Davies, Rob
Banerjee, Ruby
Bonfield, James
Mullikin, J. C.
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Published in Nature Genetics. 2005, vol. 37, no. 5, p. 532-536
Abstract Inbred mouse strains provide the foundation for mouse genetics. By selecting for phenotypic features of interest, inbreeding drives genomic evolution and eliminates individual variation, while fixing certain sets of alleles that are responsible for the trait characteristics of the strain. Mouse strains 129Sv (129S5) and C57BL/6J, two of the most widely used inbred lines, diverged from common ancestors within the last century, yet very little is known about the genomic differences between them. By comparative genomic hybridization and sequence analysis of 129S5 short insert libraries, we identified substantial structural variation, a complex fine-scale haplotype pattern with a continuous distribution of diversity blocks, and extensive nucleotide variation, including nonsynonymous coding SNPs and stop codons. Collectively, these genomic changes denote the level and direction of allele fixation that has occurred during inbreeding and provide a basis for defining what makes these mouse strains unique.
Keywords AnimalsGene DosageGenetic VariationGenomeHaplotypesMiceMice, Inbred C57BLMolecular Sequence DataPolymorphism, Genetic
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ADAMS, D. J. et al. Complex haplotypes, copy number polymorphisms and coding variation in two recently divergent mouse strains. In: Nature Genetics, 2005, vol. 37, n° 5, p. 532-536. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:8596

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