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Table 1 Locations of all markers on the different porcine maps and comparison with those on the human physical map

From: Recombinational landscape of porcine X chromosome and individual variation in female meiotic recombination associated with haplotypes of Chinese pigs

Ord.1 Marker name2 SSC-X cyto-genetic map Blast matched clones on pig genome3 IMpRH map_Carthagene (cR)4 IMpRH map_INRA2005 (cR)5 SSC-X clone map (Mb)6 HSA-X physical map (Mb)7 INRA genetic map (Kosabi; cM) JXAU genetic map (Kosabi; cM)8 USDA-MARC genetic map at NCBI (cM)9
1 SW949 Xp24/Yp CH242-231E5 58 2126 0    0 0
2 SW980 Xp24-23 CH242-336E9 285 1861 7.65 11.38 0 16 11.9
3 SW1903 Xp21 CH242-273O11 523 1588 21.28 25.47 23.7 46.6 33
4 SW2456 Xp12 CH242-31B7 864 1345 38.46 42.14 46 65.5 55.4
5 UMNP1174 Xp11.2 CH242-69I19 976 1253 42.25 47.22 56.5 76.1  
6 SW2476 Xp11.2 CH242-24N13 985 1250 42.70 48.32    77.6
7 SWR1861    992 1211    59.5 78.7 65.7
8 UMNP448   CH242-147G7 1027 1200 43.78 50.42    
9 BE102J23.0003R1   CH242-102J23    44.30 50.94    
10 SW259 Near centro-mere CH242-225C1 1293 1045 54.21 63.35 62.7 79.9 74.4
11 MCSE3F14   CH242-3F14 1301 1093 55.27 65.30    
12 BE145J20.0597R1 Xq12 CH242-145J20    58.94 69.06    
13 MCST2J13 Xq13 PigE-2J13 1480   63.85 74.74    
14 SW1994 Xq13 CH242-123K13 1547 1007 67.72 79.92 62.8 80.1 74.4
15 MCSE58H4 Xq13 CH242-58H4 1596 983 70.38 83.46    
16 BE8B11.0679Y1 Xq21 CH242-8B11    77.85 97.31    
17 MCSE65L7 Xq21 CH242-65L7 1768 932 82.80 91.66    
18 UMNP71 Xq21 CH242-203F13 1797 905 84.83 93.18 62.8 80.2  
19 UMNP374 Xq21 CH242-74J23 1840 840 77.38 97.00    
20 UMNP1218 Xq21 CH242-166I17 1884 800 80.02 99.84 62.8 80.4  
21 BE497I6FB48R Xq22 CH242-497I6    88.52 103.76    
22 BE218F2FB67K Xq22 CH242-218F2    89.33 104.46 63.2   
23 SERPINA7E2B114M Xq22 CH242-427M6    89.90 105.02   80.9  
24 BE151D17.0014Y1 Xq22 CH242-151D17    90.42 105.88    
25 SW1426 Xq22 CH242-264N4 1991 710 91.73 107.08 65.7 83.5 71.7
26 BE32D24.0584R1 Xq22 CH242-32D24    91.73 107.03    
27 BE276J1FB107R Xq22 CH242-276J1   700 91.87 107.20    
28 BE206D8.0949R1 Xq22 CH242-206D8    92.18 107.47    
29 BE386O15.1136R1 Xq22 CH242-386O15    92.27 107.86    
30 IRS4.Y1 Xq22 CH242-477D6    93.33 107.86   85.9  
31 MCSE313H19.0244 Xq22 CH242-313H19    93.72 108.38 67.5   
32 ACSL4I3B259R Xq22 CH242-17O13   687 93.87 108.58    
33 ACSL4I3B359M Xq22 CH242-17O13   687 93.87 108.58 67.9 87  
34 MCSE231M24 Xq22 CH242-231M24   682 92.48 109.41 69.8 88.1  
35 MCSE12P4.1041 Xq22 CH242-12P4    92.78 109.65 70.1   
36 MCSE12P4.0112 Xq22 CH242-12P4      71.2   
37 MCST96O22 Xq22 PigE-96O22   658 92.99 110.22 72.8 90.5  
38 UMNP891    2050 656    73.4 90.9  
39 BE95P6.0900R1 Xq22 CH242-95P6    94.38 110.48    
40 MCSE347J6 Xq22 CH242-347J6   646 94.52 110.63 74.5 92.3  
41 BE412O5B120R Xq22 CH242-412O5    95.59 111.90    
42 BE80C18FB136W Xq22 CH242-80C18    95.76   77   
43 BE504J7.0664Y1 Xq22 CH242-504J7    97.03     
44 SW1522 Xq22 CH242-408J11 2168 595 97.35 113.73 77.5 95.2 55.4
45 HTR2CI3B151R Xq22 CH242-135K13    97.56 113.90   95  
46 BE371L5.0001Y1 Xq22 CH242-371L5    97.88 114.30    
47 BE185O8FB63S Xq22 CH242-185O8    98.02 114.48 78.3   
48 BE219E21.0003M1 Xq22 CH242-219E21    98.16 114.79    
49 UMNP93    2214 540    79.1 96.5  
50 BE28B16.0529Y1 Xq23 CH242-28B16    99.34     
51 UMNP870 Xq23 CH242-141A6 2246 522 102.50 117.67    
52 MCSI0244D12    2261 506   118.15 81.6 98.8  
53 SLC25A5I2B103DE Xq23 CH242-78C24    102.00 118.36 82.5 99.5  
54 UMNP1008 Xq23 CH242-458G8 2300 475 101.68 118.75    
55 SW1943 Xq24 CH242-105E5 2454 440 107.17 126.14 85 101.5 87.4
56 SW1608 Xq24 CH242-238J16 2650 304 112.30 132.31 98.4 114.1 101.9
57 SW707    2672 286     120.8 107.9
58 SW2137    2694 273      108.1
59 S0218 Xq25 CH242-1I19 2765 211 117.02   111.4   114.4
60 SW2588 Xq26 CH242-394H2 3117 0 125.93 150.01   159.7 128.4
  1. 1The most likely marker order was determined as the common order shared by most of maps.
  2. 2Markers placed on both INRA and JXAU genetic maps are indicated in bold letter, while gene-based markers are shown in italics.
  3. 3Pig clones were picked if their available sequences matched marker sequences through blast analysis at Sanger Center's website http://www.sanger.ac.uk.
  4. 4IMpRH1 (7000-rad) map was constructed by using Cathagene software.
  5. 5Positions of markers were determined by using the reference map of INRA2006 http://rhdev.toulouse.inra.fr/Do=Maps. This map was not oriented, and 0 cR corresponds the the last marker at the end of Xq arm.
  6. 6Locations of pig clones have been provided by UCSC Genome Browser http://pre.ensembl.org/Sus_scrofa_map/Location/Genome
  7. 7Placement information about homologous human sequences for porcine BAC end sequences is available at Sanger Center's website.
  8. 8Bold numbers indicate that the marker orders in two segments (UMNP71-UMNP1218 and ACSL4I3B359M-MCST96O22) on SSC-X clone map are inconsistent with those on the RH map, genetic maps and HSA-X physical map.
  9. 9Bold numbers indicate that the markers (SW2476, SW259, SW1994, SW1426 and SW1522) were in reverse order on the USDA-MARC map versus the current genetic maps or other maps.