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Chromosomes, Mammalian

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  • All (524) male karyotypes in An Atlas of Mammalian Chromosomes (Hsu & Benirschke, 1967-1977) were visually estimated for the chromatin difference between the X- and Y-chromosome-bearing spermatozoa [11].

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