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21) Morris WB, Stephenson JE, Robertson, LBW, Turner, K, Brown, H, Ioannou, D, Tempest, HG, Skinner, BM and Griffin, DK (2007). Practicable approaches to facilitate rapid and accurate molecular cytogenetic mapping in birds and mammals, Cytogenetic and Genome Research, in press

20) Griffin DK, Robertson LBW, Tempest HG and Skinner BM (2007). The evolution of the avian genome as revealed by comparative molecular cytogenetics, Cytogenetic and Genome Research, in press

19) Yuichiro I and Arnold A, (2005). Chromosomal polymorphism and comparative painting analysis in the Zebra Finch, Chromosome Research, 13: 47-56

18) Foster H, Abeydeera L. Griffin DK, Bridger JM. (2005). Non-random chromosome positioning in porcine sperm nuclei: evidence for differences in genome positioning between sperm and sperm precursor cells. Journal of Cell Science 1;118(Pt 9):1811-20

17) The international chicken genome sequencing consortium (2004). Sequencing and comparative analysis of the chicken genome. Nature, 9;432(7018):695-716

16) Griffin DK and Masabanda JS. (2005) The last major karyotype. In: Second report on Chicken Genes and Chromosomes. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 109: 415-79.

15) Masabanda J, Burt DW, O’Brien PCM, Vignal A, Fillon V, PS, Cox H,. Tempest HG, Smith J, Habermann F, Schmid M, Matsuda Y, Ferguson-Smith MA, Crooijmans RPMA, Groenen MAM, Griffin DK (2004). Molecular cytogenetic definition of the chicken genome: The first complete avian karyotype. Genetics 166: 1367-1373.

14) Shibusawa M, Nishibori M, Nishida-Umehara C, Tsudzuki M, Masabanda J, Griffin DK, Matsuda Y (2004). Karyotypic evolution in the Galliformes: An examination of the process of karyotypic evolution by comparison of the molecular cytogenetic findings with the molecular phylogeny. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 106:111-119.

13) Shibusawa M, Nishida-Umehara C, Tsudzuki M, Masabanda J, Griffin DK, Matsuda Y (2004). A comparative karyological study of the blue-breasted quail (Coturnix chinensis, Phasianidae) and California quail (Callipepla californica, Odontophoridae). Cytogenetic and Genome Research 106: 82-90.

12) Guttenbach M, Nanda I, Feichtinger W, Masabanda JS, Griffin DK, Schmid M (2003). Comparative chromosome paintingof chicken autosomal paints 1-9 in nine different bird species. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 103: 173-184.

11) Warren M, Lord C, Masabanda J, Griffin D, Ashworth A (2003). Phenotypic effects of heterozygosity for a BRCA2 mutation. Human Molecular Genetics 12: 2645-2656.

10) Greaves IK, Rens W, Ferguson-Smith MA, Griffin D, Marshall Graves J (2003). Conservation of chromosome arrangement and position of the X in mammalian sperm suggests functionally significance. Chromosome Research 11: 503-512.

9) Kuroiwa A, Uchikawa M, Kamachi Y, Kondoh H, Nishida-Umehara C, Masabanda J, Griffin DK, Matsuda Y (2002). Chromosome assignment of eight SOX family genes in chicken. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 98:189-193.

8) Shibusawa M, Nishida-Umerhara C, Masabanda J, Griffin DK, Isobe T and Matsuda Y (2002). Chromosome rearrangements between chicken and guinea fowl defined by comparative painting and FISH mapping of DNA clones. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 98: 225-230.

7) Quilter C, Sargent C, Archibald A, Affara A, Griffin DK (2002). Mapping of Y specific and X/Y homologous genes in the pig: Implications for sex chromosome evolution. Mammalian Genome 13: 588-594

6) Warren M, Smith A, Partridge N, Masabanda J, Griffin DK, Ashworth A (2002). Structural analysis of the chicken BRCA2 gene facilitates identification of functional domains and disease causing mutations. Human Molecular Genetics 11: 841-851.

5) Guttenbach M, Nanda I, Steinlein C, Griffin DK, Schmid M (2000). Comparative chromosome painting. In: Schmid M and 34 others including Griffin DK (2000). First report on Chicken Genes and Chromosomes. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 90: 169-216.

4) Griffin DK (2000). Molecular cytogenetic studies to facilitate physical mapping of the avian genome. In: Schmid M and 34 others including Griffin DK (2000). First report on Chicken Genes and Chromosomes. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 90: 169-216.

3) Griffin DK, Haberman F, Masabanda J, O'Brien PCM, Bagga M, Smith J, Burt D, Ferguson-Smith MA, Wienberg J (1999). Chromosome painting probes for macro-and micro chromosomes generated by flow cytometry and chromosome microdissection. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 87: 278-281.

2) Shetty S, Griffin DK, Marshall-Graves JA (1999). Comparative chromosome painting reveals strong chromosome homology over 80 million years of bird evolution. Chromosome Research 7: 289-295.

1) Fukagawa T, Hayward N, Yang J, Azzalin C, Griffin DK, Stewart FA, Brown W (1999). The chicken HPRT gene; a counter selectable marker for the DT40 cell line. Nucleic Acids Research 27: 1966-1969.