Determination of the relative locations of genetic information (genes) on chromosomes.
locating the positions of genes in a chromosome.
Defining the location of genes to a particular chromosome and a particular location of the gene on a chromosome.
The assigning/locating of a specific gene to particular region of a chromosome; the determination of the sequence of specific genes and their relative distances from each other on a given chromosome.
Determining the relative locations of different genes on chromosomes.
Process by which specific genes are located on chromosomes.
The application of techniques such as cloning, restriction analysis, etc., to determine the locations and order of genes on chromosomes and within the human genome. One of the primary purposes of gene mapping is to determine the location of specific disease genes on the genome.
Locating the relative position and the distances between genes within a chromosome.
See Human Genome Project entry.
Determining the locations of genes relative to one another on the chromosomes.
"…the determination of a gene's location on a chromosome."
The ordering of genes on chromosomes and the approximate distances between them.
The process of determining the position of each gene on a chromosome and the distance between them.
Determination of the positions of genes on a chromosome relative to one another.
The process of identifying a specific region along one of the 23 paired chromosomes that contains a gene with a disease-causing mutation. Also known scientifically as "positional cloning".
Determining the relative locations of genes on a chromosome.
Determination of the relative locations of genes on a chromosome.
the process of determining the relative positions of genes on a DNA molecule. (see gene linkage map)
A linear map determining the relative position of genes along a chromosome or plasmid. Distances are established by linkage analysis and measured in linkage units.
Determination of the relative positions of different genes on a DNA molecule.
determining the relative positions of genes on a chromosome and the distance between them.
The process of determining where genes are located on individual chromosomes, their position in relation to other genes and the distance between them.
Determining the relative positions of genes on a DNA molecule. Genes that are generally inherited together are located close to each other on the chromosome and said to be linked.
The method used to determine the relative positions of genes on chromosomes.
Gene mapping is the creation of a genetic map assigning DNA fragments to chromosomes.