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Regional localization of alpha-galactosidase ( GLA) to Xpter----q22, hexosaminidase B (HEXB) to 5q13----qter, and arylsulfatase B (ARSB) to 5pter----q13.

Two series of somatic cell hybrids were made by fusion of human cells with karyotypes 46,X,t(X;2;15)(q22;p12;p12) and 46,XX,t(5;7)(q13;p15) and rodent cells. Chromosome and isozyme analysis of human chromosomes and gene products in the hybrids localized GLA to Xpter----q22, HEXB to 5q13----qter, in both cases narrowing the regional assignments, and ARSB to 5pter----q13.[1]

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