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Timothy A. Bell , Elena de la Casa-Esperón , Heather E. Doherty , Folami Ideraabdullah , Kuikwon Kim , Yunfei Wang , Leslie A. Lange , Kirk Wilhemsen , Ethan M. Lange , Carmen Sapienza and Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena
Genetics January 1, 2006 vol. 172 no. 1 411-423; https://doi.org/10.1534/genetics.105.047118
Timothy A. Bell
Elena de la Casa-Esperón
Heather E. Doherty
Folami Ideraabdullah
Kuikwon Kim
Yunfei Wang
Leslie A. Lange
Kirk Wilhemsen
Ethan M. Lange
Carmen Sapienza
Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena

Abstract

The DDK syndrome is an early embryonic lethal phenotype observed in crosses between females of the DDK inbred mouse strain and many non-DDK males. Lethality results from an incompatibility between a maternal DDK factor and a non-DDK paternal gene, both of which have been mapped to the Ovum mutant () locus on mouse chromosome . Here we define a 465-kb candidate interval for the paternal gene by recombinant progeny testing. To further refine the candidate interval we determined whether males from 17 classical and wild-derived inbred strains are interfertile with DDK females. We conclude that the incompatible paternal allele arose in the lineage and that incompatible strains should share a common haplotype spanning the paternal gene. We tested for association between paternal allele compatibility/incompatibility and 167 genetic variants located in the candidate interval. Two diallelic SNPs, located in the gene cluster, are completely predictive of the polar-lethal phenotype. These SNPs also predict the compatible or incompatible status of males of five additional strains.

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Ms. Schneller’s practice is focused on transactional real estate. She counsels clients on matters related to the sale, purchase and leasing of commercial and industrial real estate properties, including properties with environmental issues. Her practice addresses a wide range of transactional issues, including easement and access agreements, loan transactions, obligations related to real estate transfer fees, mansion taxes, bulk sale issues, title commitments and surveys and riparian grant applications. She often serves as local counsel on the review of sale, purchase and related agreements, including loan documents.

Ms. Schneller is experienced in the formation of business entities, including the preparation of operating, shareholder and asset sale agreements, as well as advising corporate clients in day-to-day operational matters. She also represents clients in matters related to estate planning, estate and trust administration.

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New York University School of Law, L.L.M in Taxation, 1993

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 1987

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