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recombination hotspot


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recombination hotspot

recombination hotspot

SequenceLDhot: detecting recombination hotspots

hotspot: software to support sperm-typing for investigating recombination hotspots

Mapping Recombination Hotspots in Human Phosphoglucomutase (PGM1)

Recombination hotspot in NF1 microdeletion patients

Evidence and characteristics of putative human α recombination hotspots

Crossover breakpoint mapping identifies a subtelomeric hotspot for male meiotic recombination

Fine-Scale Population Recombination Rates, Hotspots, and Correlates of Recombination in the Medicago truncatula Genome

Factors influencing recombination frequency and distribution in a human meiotic crossover hotspot

Recombination hotspots rather than population history dominate linkage disequilibrium in the MHC class II region

High resolution analysis of haplotype diversity and meiotic crossover in the human TAP2 recombination hotspot

Unexpected DNA context-dependence identifies a new determinant of Chi recombination hotspots

Molecular Evolution of Recombination Hotspots and Highly Recombining Pseudoautosomal Regions in Hominoids

Pneumococcal Capsule Synthesis Locus cps as Evolutionary Hotspot with Potential to Generate Novel Serotypes by Recombination

Globozoospermia is mainly due to DPY19L2 deletion via non-allelic homologous recombination involving two recombination hotspots

A major recombination hotspot in the XqYq pseudoautosomal region gives new insight into processing of human gene conversion events

Specific Modifications of Histone Tails, but Not DNA Methylation, Mirror the Temporal Variation of Mammalian Recombination Hotspots

Recombination hotspots and block structure of linkage disequilibrium in the human genome exemplified by detailed analysis of PGM1 on 1p31

 

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Special regions on chromosomes where the frequency of meiotic crossing over is elevated. Such hotspots are likely to be initiation sites for recombination. In the human genome, recombination hot spots occur at 200 kb intervals, usually between genes.

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