Range: ±0.4 events/cell
||Human Homo sapiens
||Jianbin Wang, H. Christina Fan, Barry Behr and Stephen R. Quake Genome-wide Single-Cell Analysis
of Recombination Activity and De Novo
Mutation Rates in Human Sperm, Cell 150, 402–412, July 20, 2012 p.403 right column bottom paragraphPubMed ID22817899
||p.403 left column 2nd paragraph: "[Researchers] collected a sperm sample from a 40-year-old Caucasian
individual (P0) whose genome has been sequenced (Pushkarev
et al., 2009), clinically annotated (Ashley et al., 2010), and haplotype
phased (Fan et al., 2011)."
||P.403 right column bottom paragraph: "At a genome-wide scale, the recombination rate of 22.8±0.4 SE
(±3.7 SD) events per cell agrees well with the average male results implied from other methods, such as cytological imaging (49.8±0.4 SE [±4.3 SD] MLH1 loci within the tetraploid spermatocytes
[Sun et al., 2004] and data inference (24.0±0.2 SE [±2.7 SD] from Caucasian pedigrees [Cheung et al., 2007])."