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- Makunin, Alexey I.; Rajičić, Marija; Karamysheva, Tatyana V.; Romanenko, Svetlana A.; Druzhkova, Anna S.; Blagojević, Jelena; Vujošević, Mladen; Rubtsov, Nikolay B.; Graphodatsky, Alexander S.; Trifonov, Vladimir A.
- Chromosoma 2018 v.127 no.3 pp. 301-311
- Apodemus flavicollis; B chromosomes; DNA; evolution; genes; genomics; humans; mice; protein-serine-threonine kinases; satellite DNA
- ... Supernumerary chromosomes sporadically arise in many eukaryotic species as a result of genomic rearrangements. If present in a substantial part of species population, those are called B chromosomes, or Bs. This is the case for 70 mammalian species, most of which are rodents. In humans, the most common types of extra chromosomes, sSMCs (small supernumerary marker chromosomes), are diagnosed in appr ...