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11. Physical map of the mouse T cell receptor y-chain locus. The sizes of various exons and the relative distances between them are not drawn to scale. The transcriptional orientations of the Vr gene segments are shown as horizontal arrows. For exons included in brackets, the orientation has not been determined relative to the rest of the y genes. 39 MAPS OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN-LIKE LOCI mouse immunoglobulin X light chain locus (Eisen and Reilly, 1985) and the shark immunoglobulin heavy chain locus (Hinds and Litman, 1986).