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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2018) 156 (2): 106–116.
Published Online: 09 October 2018
...Kimberly M. Davenport; Stephanie McKay; Alan G. Fahey; Clare Gill; Brenda M. Murdoch Meiotic recombination is an important contributor to genetic variation and ensures proper chromosome segregation during gametogenesis. Previous studies suggest that at least 1 crossover (CO) per chromosome arm...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2018) 154 (3): 122–125.
Published Online: 07 April 2018
... PPP1R12BP1 and RBMY2DP . The idic(Y) was likely to have been formed through aberrant recombination between P1 palindromes and subsequently underwent mosaic loss. The patient's phenotype was attributable to deletion of some Y chromosomal genes and/or mosaic loss of chromosome Y (mLOY). The results suggest...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2017) 152 (2): 73–80.
Published Online: 20 July 2017
... of biodiversity, we analysed the frequency and distribution of meiotic recombination in 2 reticulated giraffe males. We used immunofluorescence detection of synaptonemal complex protein (SYCP3), meiotic double strand breaks (DSB, marked as RAD51 foci) in leptonema, and crossovers (COs, as MLH1 foci) in pachynema...
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Cytogenet Genome Res (2015) 147 (2-3): 81–94.
Published Online: 17 March 2016
...Terje Raudsepp; Bhanu P. Chowdhary The pseudoautosomal region (PAR) is a unique segment of sequence homology between differentiated sex chromosomes where recombination occurs during meiosis. Molecular and functional properties of the PAR are distinctive from the autosomes and the remaining regions...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2016) 150 (1): 1–16.
Published Online: 01 January 2016
...Laia Capilla; Montserrat Garcia Caldés; Aurora Ruiz-Herrera Meiotic recombination is a process that increases genetic diversity and is fundamental for sexual reproduction. Determining by which mechanisms genetic variation is generated and maintained across different phylogenetic groups provides...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2015) 147 (1): 55–69.
Published Online: 11 December 2015
...., 1997; Neale and Keeney, 2006]. DSBs preferentially occur in short DNA regions, termed recombination hotspots, which are distributed along the chromosomes but with significantly reduced frequency in the centromeric and telomeric regions [Paigen and Petkov, 2010]. In budding yeast, hotspots...
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Cytogenet Genome Res (2013) 140 (2-4): 171–184.
Published Online: 29 June 2013
... to achieve in polyploid species which have more than 2 sets of chromosomes able to recombine. In this review, we describe how meiosis and meiotic recombination ‘deviate' in polyploid plants compared to diploids, and give an overview of current knowledge on how they are regulated. See also the sister article...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2011) 135 (1): 65–78.
Published Online: 03 August 2011
... including profiling of telomeric DNA (array sizing and total content), telomerase activity, and expression of genes involved in the telomerase, recombination, and ALT pathways. In addition, an immunofluorescence analysis for an ALT marker, i.e. ALT-associated promyelocytic leukemia bodies (APBs...
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Cytogenet Genome Res (2010) 129 (1-3): 154–161.
Published Online: 11 June 2010
...D. Phillips; C. Nibau; L. Ramsay; R. Waugh; G. Jenkins Distal localisation of chiasmata is common to many cereals and grasses, which consigns many genes of the complement to recombination backwaters. Releasing this potential untapped genetic variation for use in advanced breeding programmes...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2010) 128 (1-3): 139–151.
Published Online: 13 April 2010
..., formation of double strand breaks (DSBs) and recombination initiation. Our results demonstrate that in every case recombination initiation precedes synapsis, and that there is a direct relationship between the absence of meiotic recombination and the existence of particular unsynapsed chromosomal regions...