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Genes, Dominant

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  • Our failure to find such evidence in a light microscope study of the silver-stained pachytene spermatocytes from Sxr/4, XY males further supports existing cytological information that the factor is more likely to be represented by an autosomal dominant gene mutation [18].
  • The hindlimb malformations in adult mice heterozygous for the dominant gene Dominant hemimelia (Dh) and +/+ littermates were characterized in skeletons that had been fixed, stained, and cleared [19].

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