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Genes for the mouse T cell alloantigens Tpre, Tthy, Tind, and Tsu are closely linked near Igh on chromosome 12.

Genes encoding the T cell alloantigens Tpre, Tthy, Tind, and Tsu have been mapped to a short segment of chromosome 12 using Igh recombinant strains of mice. These loci are located in a tightly linked cluster between the immunoglobulin heavy chain constant region gene cluster, Igh-C, and the serum prealbumin locus Pre-1, in this manner: centromere--Igh-C--(Tthy, Tind)-Tsu-Tpre--Pre-1.[1]


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