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CECR9  -  cat eye syndrome chromosome region,...

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  • Two putative genes (CECR3 and CECR9) were identified, in the absence of EST hits, by comparing segments of human and mouse genomic sequence around two solitary amplified exons, thus showing the utility of comparative genomic sequence analysis in identifying transcripts [1].


  1. Analysis of the cat eye syndrome critical region in humans and the region of conserved synteny in mice: a search for candidate genes at or near the human chromosome 22 pericentromere. Footz, T.K., Brinkman-Mills, P., Banting, G.S., Maier, S.A., Riazi, M.A., Bridgland, L., Hu, S., Birren, B., Minoshima, S., Shimizu, N., Pan, H., Nguyen, T., Fang, F., Fu, Y., Ray, L., Wu, H., Shaull, S., Phan, S., Yao, Z., Chen, F., Huan, A., Hu, P., Wang, Q., Loh, P., Qi, S., Roe, B.A., McDermid, H.E. Genome Res. (2001) [Pubmed]
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