The gene coding for the p68 calcium-binding protein is localised to bands q32–q34 of human chromosome 5, and to mouse chromosome 11
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- Davies, A.A., Moss, S.E., Crompton, M.R. et al. Hum Genet (1989) 82: 234. doi:10.1007/BF00291161
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The gene coding for human p68, a membrane-associated calcium-binding protein, has been assigned to chromosome 5, using a cDNA clone to probe genomic DNA from rodent-human somatic cell hybrids by Southern hybridisation. The gene was localised, by in situ hybridisation, to 5q32–34. The murine gene was assigned to chromosome 11, using a murine cDNA clone to probe genomic DNA from rodent-rodent somatic cell hybrids.
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