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The Mus musculus (house mouse) genome is comprised of 21 chromosomes.
PDFs derived from the publicly available primary assembly for Mus musculus, GRCm38, released by the Genome Reference Consortium in January, 2012, and subsequently used by UCSC to create the mm10 database available on ensemble.org.
The GRCm38 primary assembly is made up of 3,480,955,279 nucleotide base pairs, which collectively code some 23,148 genes, on nineteen chromosomes (pp. 1 — 709,409 pp.) as well as the sex chromosomes X and Y (terminal 75,257 pps.).
The 13th chromosome alone is comprised of over 120 million nucleotide base pairs that code 1,572 genes. Many ...