Gene Mapping

Track 8 : Gene Mapping

Genome mapping is to place a collection of molecular markers onto their respective positions on genome. Molecular markers come in all forms. Genes can be viewed as one special type of genetic markers in construction of genome maps, and the map is mapped the same way as any other markers. The quality of genetic maps is largely dependent upon the two factors, the number of genetic markers on the map and the size of the mapping population. The two factors are interlinked, and as larger mapping population could increase the "resolution" of the maps and prevent the map being "saturated".

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Association for Clinical Genetic Science ; Genome-wide association study – WikipediaGene mapping by linkage and association analysis – NCBIGene mapping by linkage and association analysis | Springer Link.

  • a. Physical Mapping b. Genome sequencing c. Restriction mapping

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