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Linking of the human immunoglobulin VK and JKCK regions by chromosomal walking

Nucleic Acids Research

Dec 10, 1987

H G KlobeckH G Zachau

PMID: 3122178

Abstract

The linking of the human VK and JKCK gene regions (abbreviations in ref. 1) by chromosomal walking is reported. Hybridization experiments with the DNA of a somatic cell hybrid containing the region between JKCK and the telomer show that none of the major VK gene clusters is located down...read more

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Burkitt Lymphoma
Recombination, Genetic
Genome Mapping
Genomic Hybridization
Immunoglobulin Joining Region Peptide Fragments
Framework Region, Immunoglobulin
Kappa-Immunoglobulin Subgroup VK-21
Genes, Immunoglobulin
Immunoglobulin Constant Regions
Genetic Linkage Analysis
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Linking of the human immunoglobulin VK and JKCK regions by chromosomal walking

Nucleic Acids Research

Dec 10, 1987

H G KlobeckH G Zachau

PMID: 3122178

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Abstract

The linking of the human VK and JKCK gene regions (abbreviations in ref. 1) by chromosomal walking is reported. Hybridization experiments with the DNA of a somatic cell hybrid containing the region between JKCK and the telomer show that none of the major VK gene clusters is located down...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Burkitt Lymphoma
Recombination, Genetic
Genome Mapping
Genomic Hybridization
Immunoglobulin Joining Region Peptide Fragments
Framework Region, Immunoglobulin
Kappa-Immunoglobulin Subgroup VK-21
Genes, Immunoglobulin
Immunoglobulin Constant Regions
Genetic Linkage Analysis

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The human CK gene segment and the kappa deleting element are closely linked

Nucleic Acids ResearchJune 11, 1986
H G Klobeck, H G Zachau
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  • Citations27
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