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The gene for human muscle-specific phosphoglycerate mutase, PGAM2, mapped to chromosome 7 by polymerase chain reaction.

The gene for the human muscle-specific phosphoglycerate mutase, PGAM2, has been mapped to chromosome 7 using the polymerase chain reaction to specifically amplify the human PGAM2 sequence in rodent/human hybrid DNA. This assignment shows that the PGAM2 is not syntenic with the nonmuscle form of PGAM1 (B) which has been located to chromosome 10.[1]


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