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Locations and patterns of meiotic recombination in two-generation pedigrees.
|Title||Locations and patterns of meiotic recombination in two-generation pedigrees.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||Ting JC, Roberson EDO, Currier DG, Pevsner J|
|Journal||BMC medical genetics|
Meiotic crossovers are the major mechanism by which haplotypes are shuffled to generate genetic diversity. Previously available methods for the genome-wide, high-resolution identification of meiotic crossover sites are limited by the laborious nature of the assay (as in sperm typing).
|Alternate Journal||BMC Med. Genet.|