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Localization to chicken chromosome 5 of a novel locus determining salmonellosis resistance
Mariana, P. ; Barrow, P.A. ; Cheng, H.H. ; Groenen, M.A.M. ; Negrini, R. ; Bumstead, N. - \ 2001
Immunogenetics 53 (2001). - ISSN 0093-7711 - p. 786 - 791.
Clear genetic differences in the susceptibility of chickens to visceral infection by Salmonella have been observed and it has been possible to identify resistant and susceptible lines of inbred chickens. We report here the results of experiments to map directly the gene(s) controlling this trait in chickens by examining crosses between highly susceptible and highly resistant lines. In the mapping panel, a region on chicken Chromosome (Chr) 5 was found to have a large effect on resistance, and this effect was observed in three separate resource populations. Mapping of additional marker loci in the region of the resistance gene further localized it to a region of approximately 2 cM, close to the genes for creatine kinase (CKB) and dynein (DNCH1). This region shows conserved synteny with telomeric regions of human Chr 14 and mouse Chr 12. On the basis of this conserved synteny, this resistance gene seems unlikely to correspond to the previously identified salmonellosis resistance genes Lps (located on mouse Chr 4) or Nos2 (located on mouse Chr 11). There was no association between Nramp1 and resistance in these crosses, although this gene was shown to contribute to resistance in other crosses. The homologous human and mouse regions at present contain no likely candidate genes for this trait. Thus this appears to be a novel resistance gene, which we designate SAL1.
First report on chicken genes and chromosomes 2000
Schmid, M. ; Nanda, I. ; Guttenbach, M. ; Steinlein, C. ; Hoehn, H. ; Schartl, M. ; Haaf, T. ; Weigend, S. ; Fries, R. ; Buerstedde, J.M. ; Wimmers, K. ; Burt, D.W. ; Smith, J. ; A'hara, S. ; Law, A. ; Griffin, D.K. ; Bumstead, N. ; Kaufman, J. ; Thomson, P.A. ; Burke, T. ; Groenen, M.A.M. ; Crooijmans, R.P.M.A. ; Vignal, A. ; Fillon, V. ; Morisson, M. ; Pitel, F. ; Tixier-Boichard, M. ; Ladjali-Mohammedi, K. ; Hillel, J. ; Maki-Tanila, A. - \ 2000
Cytogenetics and cell genetics 90 (2000). - ISSN 0301-0171 - p. 169 - 218.
A consensus linkage map of the chicken genome
Groenen, M.A.M. ; Cheng, H.H. ; Bumstead, N. ; Benkel, B. ; Briles, E. ; Burt, D.W. ; Burke, T. ; Dodgson, J. ; Hillel, J. ; Lamont, S. ; Ponce, F.A. de; Soller, M. - \ 2000
Genome Research 10 (2000). - ISSN 1088-9051 - p. 137 - 147.
A consensus linkage map has been developed in the chicken that combines all of the genotyping data from the three available chicken mapping populations. Genotyping data were contributed by the laboratories that have been using the East Lansing and Compton reference populations and from the Animal Breeding and Genetics Group of the Wageningen University using the Wageningen/Euribrid population. The resulting linkage map of the chicken genome contains 1889 loci. A framework map is presented that contains 480 loci ordered on 50 linkage groups. Framework loci are defined as loci whose order relative to one another is supported by odds greater then 3. The possible positions of the remaining 1409 loci are indicated relative to these framework loci. The total map spans 3800 cM, which is considerably larger than previous estimates for the chicken genome. Furthermore, although the physical size of the chicken genome is threefold smaller then that of mammals, its genetic map is comparable in size to that of most mammals. The map contains 350 markers within expressed sequences, 235 of which represent identified genes or sequences that have significant sequence identity to known genes. This improves the contribution of the chicken linkage map to comparative gene mapping considerably and clearly shows the conservation of large syntenic regions between the human and chicken genomes. The compact physical size of the chicken genome, combined with the large size of its genetic map and the observed degree of conserved synteny, makes the chicken a valuable model organism in the genomics as well as the postgenomics era. The linkage maps, the two-point lod scores, and additional information about the loci are available at web sites in Wageningen (http://www.zod.wau.nl/vf/ research/chicken/frame_chicken.html) and East Lansing (http://poultry.mph.msu.edu/).
A consensus linkage map of the chicken genome
Groenen, M.A.M. ; Cheng, H.H. ; Bumstead, N. ; Benkel, B. ; Briles, E. ; Burt, D.W. ; Burke, T. ; Dodgson, J. ; Hillel, J. ; Lamont, S. ; Ponce, F.A. de - \ 1999
Genome Research 10 (1999). - ISSN 1088-9051 - p. 137 - 147.
Comparison of the humoral immune response against thymusdependent, thymus-indepent type 1 and type 2 antigens in the chicken
Jeurissen, S.H.M. ; Janse, E.M. ; Claassen, E. - \ 1996
In: Advances in avian immunology research / Davison, T.F., Bumstead, N., Kaiser, P., - p. 7 - 18.
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