%0 Journal Article
%A King, J S
%A Mortimer, R K
%T A mathematical model of interference for use in constructing linkage maps from tetrad data.
%D 1991
%J Genetics
%P 597-602
%V 129
%N 2
%X In determining genetic map distances it is necessary to infer crossover frequencies from the ratios of recombinant and parental progeny. To do this accurately, in intervals where multiple crossovers may occur, a mathematical model of chiasma interference must be assumed when mapping in organisms displaying such interference. In Saccharomyces cerevisiae the model most frequently used is that of R.W. Barratt. An alternative to this model is presented. This new model is implemented using a microcomputer and standard numerical methods. It is demonstrated to fit ranked tetrad data from Saccharomyces more closely than the Barratt model and thus generates more accurate estimates of map distances when used with two-point data. A computer program implementing the model has been developed for use in calculating map distances from tetrad data in Saccharomyces.
%U https://www.genetics.org/content/genetics/129/2/597.full.pdf