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CASC5 (redirected from CT29)
CASC5 A gene on chromosome 15q14 that encodes a protein essential for spindle-assembly checkpoint signalling and for correct chromosome alignment. It is required for attaching kinetochores to the spindle microtubules; it interacts with DSN1, MIS12, BUB1, BUB1B, NSL1 and ZWINT. CASC5 is highly expressed in the testes.
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M: DNA ladder; [P.sub.R]: CH5389; Ps: CT29; [B.sub.R]: resistant bulk; Bs: susceptible bulk; R: homozygous resistant [F.sub.2] plants; S: homozygous susceptible [F.sub.2] plants.
M: DNA ladder; PR: CH5389; Ps: CT29; BR: resistant bulk; Bs: susceptible bulk; CS: Chinese Spring; N3AT3B, N3AT3D and N3DT3B: nullisomic-tetrasomic lines; Dt3AL: ditelosomoc 3AL; Dt3AS: ditelosomic 3AS.