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1967 24
1968 32
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1971 26
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1974 48
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1985 17
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1990 35
1991 25
1992 18
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1994 28
1995 24
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1998 20
1999 17
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2004 41
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Per-Nucleus Crossover Covariation and Implications for Evolution
Wang S, et al. Cell 2019. PMID 30879787 Free PMC article.
Crossing over is a nearly universal feature of sexual reproduction. Here, analysis of crossover numbers on a per-chromosome and per-nucleus basis reveals a fundamental, evolutionarily conserved feature of meiosis: within individual nuclei, crossover frequencies covary across different chromosomes. ...Covariation concomitantly increases the frequencies of gametes with especially high, or especially low, numbers of crossovers, and thus might concomitantly enhance the benefits of crossing over while reducing its costs. ...
Crossing over is a nearly universal feature of sexual reproduction. Here, analysis of crossover numbers on a per-chromosome an
Curt Stern on Somatic Crossing Over.
Birchler JA. Genetics 2016. PMID 27270694 Free PMC article.
Becoming a crossover-competent DSB
Lake CM and Hawley RS. Semin Cell Dev Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 26806636
The proper execution of meiotic recombination (or crossing over) is essential for chromosome segregation during the first meiotic division, and thus this process is regulated by multiple, and often elaborate, mechanisms. ...
The proper execution of meiotic recombination (or crossing over) is essential for chromosome segregation during the first meio …
Unequal crossing over then and now.
Tartof KD. Genetics 1988 - Review. PMID 3065137 Free PMC article.
Characterizing mutagenic effects of recombination through a sequence-level genetic map.
Halldorsson BV, et al. Science 2019. PMID 30679340
Genetic diversity arises from recombination and de novo mutation (DNM). Using a combination of microarray genotype and whole-genome sequence data on parent-child pairs, we identified 4,531,535 crossover recombinations and 200,435 DNMs. The resulting genetic map has a resolution of 682 base pairs. Crossovers exhibit a mutagenic effect, with overrepresentation of DNMs within 1 kilobase of crossovers in males and females. ...
Genetic diversity arises from recombination and de novo mutation (DNM). Using a combination of microarray genotype and whole-genome s
Twinning and mitotic crossing-over: some possibilities and their implications.
Côté GB and Gyftodimou J. Am J Hum Genet 1991 - Review. PMID 2063864 Free PMC article.
Some predictions are at odds with classical views on twinning and include a high discordance rate of MZ twins for some genetic diseases. ...The close interrelationship of twinning and midline malformations further suggests a major role of mitotic crossing-over in the induction of the twinning process itself. ...
Some predictions are at odds with classical views on twinning and include a high discordance rate of MZ twins for some genetic diseas …
Evolution: Increased Recombination Caused by a Single Gene
Charlesworth B. Curr Biol 2018. PMID 29689205 Free article.
A gene that causes a difference in rate and pattern of crossing over between two species of Drosophila has been identified in a new study, and shown to evolve under natural selection....
A gene that causes a difference in rate and pattern of crossing over between two species of Drosophila has been identified in …
[Function of crossing-over].
Sukhodolets VV. Genetika 1986 - Review. PMID 3542702 Russian.
The literature data treating crossing over as a mechanism of DNA repair are discussed. This function of crossing over is interpreted, based on a notion implying, from the composition of genetic code, that a crystalline associate composed of bases as free molecules precedes the appearance of DNA in evolution. ...Crossing over possibly recovers "balanced" distribution of bases for their electrochemical properties and thus "repairs" a high level of heterocatalytic DNA activity....
The literature data treating crossing over as a mechanism of DNA repair are discussed. This function of crossing ove
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