2015
DOI: 10.1093/gbe/evv119
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Physical Mapping and Refinement of the Painted Turtle Genome (Chrysemys picta) Inform Amniote Genome Evolution and Challenge Turtle-Bird Chromosomal Conservation

Abstract: Comparative genomics continues illuminating amniote genome evolution, but for many lineages our understanding remains incomplete. Here, we refine the assembly (CPI 3.0.3 NCBI AHGY00000000.2) and develop a cytogenetic map of the painted turtle (Chrysemys picta—CPI) genome, the first in turtles and in vertebrates with temperature-dependent sex determination. A comparison of turtle genomes with those of chicken, selected nonavian reptiles, and human revealed shared and novel genomic features, such as numerous chr… Show more

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“…c From Badenhorst et al [2015]. The chromosome location of Gata4 was determined in the present study.…”
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“…c From Badenhorst et al [2015]. The chromosome location of Gata4 was determined in the present study.…”
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“…Metaphase chromosome preparations were obtained from cell cultures following standard procedures as described previously [Badenhorst et al, 2015;Montiel et al, 2016Montiel et al, , 2017 for 12 turtle species with either TSD or GSD ranging in diploid number from 2n = 28 to 2n = 66 ( Fig. 1 A): Chrysemys picta (CPI), Trachemys scripta (TSC), Chelydra serpentina (CSE), Glyptemys insculpta (GIN), Staurotypus triporcatus (STR), Sternotherus odoratus (SOD), Apalone spinifera (ASP), Pelodiscus sinensis (PSI), Podocnemis unifilis (PUN), Pelomedusa subrufa (PSU), Chelodina oblonga (COB), and Emydura macquarii (EMA).…”
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