Physical Mapping of Innate Immune Genes, Mucins and Lysozymes, and Other Non-Mucin Proteins in the Tammar Wallaby (Macropus eugenii)
Sequencing of the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) genome has the potential to be an extremely valuable resource for investigating evolutionary and developmental aspects of the mammalian immune system. However, the tammar wallaby genome has only been sequenced to a 2-fold depth and consists of small contigs, leaving many sequence gaps, many putative orthologs unpredicted and the location of genes within the genome unknown. In the case of low sequenced genomes, physical maps of genes on...[Show more]
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