The gene for X-linked hypophosphataemic tickets maps to a 200-300 kb region in Xp22.1, and is located on a single YAC containing a putative vitamin D response element (VDRE)

P. S.N. Rowe, J. N. Goulding, F. Francis, C. Oudet, M. J. Econs, A. Hanauer, H. Lehrach, A. P. Read, R. C. Mountford, T. Summerfield, J. Weissenbach, W. Fraser, M. K. Drezner, K. E. Davies, J. L.H. O'Riordan

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Abstract

The location of the HYP gene, which determines X-linked hypophosphataemic rickets, has been refined considerably by linkage analysis, and three new microsatellite primers isolated, Cap32 (DXS7473), Cap29 (DXS7474) and 7v2 (DXS7475). The locations of four other markers have also been determined (DXS 1226, AFMa176zb1, AFMa152wc5, and AFM346azc1). Markers Cap29 and Cap32 are the closest distal markers to the gene with zmax = 11.93, θmax = 0.018, and zmax = 12.03, θmax = 0.015 respectively. Both Cap29 and Cap32 are proximal to DXS365 and AFMa176zb1, as deduced by screening non-chimaeric yeast artificial chromosomes (YACs) from a contig spanning the HYP gene. A single crossover places AFMa176zb1 distal to the disease gene. There are no recombinations between 7v2 and HYP (zmax = 12.9, θmax = 0.0), or between 7v2 and adjacent markers Cap32, Cap29, AFMa176zb1, DXS1683 and DXS365. However screening of YAC clones encompassing the HYP gene and also P1 clones localises 7v2 distal to Cap29 and Cap32, and proximal to DXS443. Marker DXS1226 is placed outside the region containing the gene, and is located proximal to DXS274 as confirmed by a crossover for this marker and DXS41 against HYP, and its presence on YAC 83BO5. Genetic mapping of CEPH pedigrees, and screening of YACs places AFMa152wc5 and AFMa346zc1 between DXS1683 and DXS1052. The following gene marker map presents the best order for the HYP region: Xptel-DXS43-DXS999-DXS443-(DXS365/DXS7475/ AFMa176zb1)-(DXS7474/DXS7473)-HYP-DXS1683-(AFMa152wc5/AFMa346zc1)-DXS1052- DXS274-(DXS41/DXS1226)-Xcen. The distance between the cluster of distal flanking markers Cap29 (DXS7474), Cap32 (DXS7473), and DXS1683 is approximately 300 kb, as deduced from physical map data from a YAC contig spanning the gene. Thus the gene for HYP is contained within a single YAC (900AO472). Of further interest, is the location of a putative vitamin D response element (VDRE) on this YAC.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)345-352
Number of pages8
JournalHuman genetics
Volume97
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1996

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  • Genetics
  • Genetics(clinical)

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    Rowe, P. S. N., Goulding, J. N., Francis, F., Oudet, C., Econs, M. J., Hanauer, A., Lehrach, H., Read, A. P., Mountford, R. C., Summerfield, T., Weissenbach, J., Fraser, W., Drezner, M. K., Davies, K. E., & O'Riordan, J. L. H. (1996). The gene for X-linked hypophosphataemic tickets maps to a 200-300 kb region in Xp22.1, and is located on a single YAC containing a putative vitamin D response element (VDRE). Human genetics, 97(3), 345-352. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02185769