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Genomics. 1994 Jul 15;22(2):319-26.

Multicolor FISH mapping of YAC clones in 3p14 and identification of a YAC spanning both FRA3B and the t(3;8) associated with hereditary renal cell carcinoma.

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University of Michigan Department of Pediatrics, Ann Arbor 48109.

Abstract

Human chromosome band 3p14 contains two tightly linked cytogenetic markers of broad interest, FRA3B and the t(3;8) breakpoint associated with hereditary renal cell carcinoma (RCC). The common fragile site at 3p14.2 (FRA3B) is the most sensitive site on normal human chromosomes to breakage when DNA replication is perturbed by aphidicolin or folate stress. The t(3;8)(p14.2;q24.1) translocation segregates with RCC in a large family and could mark the location of a tumor suppressor gene involved in renal cancers. In studies aimed at positional cloning of FRA3B and the t(3;8) breakpoint, we have used multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis (FISH) on metaphase spreads and interphase nuclei to order 14 yeast artificial chromosomes (YACs) in 3p14. The YACs used in this study were identified by a group of unordered lambda clones that had been previously localized to the 3p14 region and mapped proximal or distal to the t(3;8) breakpoint. FISH analysis was used to order the YACs and to map them in relation both to the t(3;8) translocation breakpoint and to FRA3B induced on normal chromosomes by treatment with aphidicolin. YACs that closely flanked both the t(3;8) translocation breakpoint and the fragile site were identified. A YAC walk from the closest distal YAC allowed the identification of a 1.3-Mb YAC derived from the CEPH large insert YAC library that spans both the FRA3B and the t(3;8) breakpoint. The order of the YACs and cytogenetic landmarks in 3p14 is cen-(126E1/230B9)-181H6-B15-D20F4-258B7-++ +280D2-70E12-168A8- 403B2-143C5-413C6-468B10-[850A6/t(3;8)/ FRA3B]-74B2.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

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7806217
DOI:
10.1006/geno.1994.1390
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