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Am J Hum Genet. Jul 1984; 36(4): 777–782.
PMCID: PMC1684497

The cell surface antigen locus, MIC2X, escapes X-inactivation.

Abstract

Recently, it was shown that the cell surface antigen defined by the monoclonal antibody 12E7 is expressed by both the human X and Y chromosomes; the gene loci on the X and Y chromosomes are referred to as MIC2X and MIC2Y, respectively. It was also shown that MIC2X is located in the region Xp22.3----Xpter and MIC2Y is in the region Ypter-Yq1.1. Here, we show that MIC2X escapes X-inactivation on structurally normal and abnormal inactive human X chromosomes.

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