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Publication : Genomics

Genetic and physical delineation of the region overlapping the progressive motor neuropathy (pmn) locus on mouse chromosome 13

Scientific Fields
Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique

Published in Genomics - 01 Jul 2001

Martin N, Jaubert J, Glaser P, Szatanik M, Guénet JL

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 11472062

Genomics 2001 Jul;75(1-3):9-16

The mouse autosomal recessive mutation progressive motor neuropathy (pmn) results in early onset motor neuron disease with rapidly progressing hindlimb paralysis, severe muscular wasting, and death at 4–6 weeks of age. pmn is thus considered a good animal model for motor neuron diseases and the characterization of the causative gene should help in understanding the biological causes of human spinal muscular atrophies. Here we report the generation of a physical map based on a high-resolution and high-density genetic map encompassing the pmn locus on mouse chromosome 13. We have positioned the pmn locus and a cluster of markers cosegregating with it within a genetic interval of 0.30 cM, delineated by two clusters of markers. We have constructed an approximately 850-kb contig of BACs spanning the pmn critical region. This BAC contig contains the breakpoint of synteny between mouse chromosome 13 and human 1q and 7p regions and lays the foundation for identifying at the molecular level such a breakpoint region. The physical and genetic maps provided a support for the identification of five transcription units positioned in the nonrecombinant interval, and constitute invaluable tools for the identification of other candidate genes for the pmn mutation.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11472062