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Assignment of rat Jun family genes to chromosome 19 ( Junb), chromosome 5q31-33 (Jun), and chromosome 16 ( Jund).

By means of somatic cell hybrids segregating rat chromosomes, we determined the chromosome localization of three rat genes of the Jun family: Junb (Chr 19), Jun (=c-Jun) (Chr 5) and Jund (Chr 16). The Jun gene was also localized to the 5q31-33 region by fluorescence in situ hybridization. These rat gene assignments reveal two new homologies with mouse and human chromosomes, and provide a new example of synteny conserved in the human and a rodent species (the mouse), but split between the two rodent species.[1]


  1. Assignment of rat Jun family genes to chromosome 19 (Junb), chromosome 5q31-33 (Jun), and chromosome 16 (Jund). Szpirer, C., Tissir, F., Rivière, M., Levan, G., Szpirer, J. Mamm. Genome (1994) [Pubmed]
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