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Mice, Inbred Strains

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  • The fourth critical ingredient was the availability of numerous congenic and H2 recombinant inbred strains of mice produced earlier by Snell, Stimpfling, Shreffler, and Klein [11].
  • In transferring this system to inbred mouse strains, the third bit of good fortune was the availability at the National Institute of Medical Research, in Mill Hill (London), of the CBA (H2(k)) and C57 (H2(b)) strains [11].
  • We have used a genetic approach to identify the genomic regions responsible for the differential ability of two inbred mouse strains to detect a single odorant, isovaleric acid [12].
  • Examination of polymorphic Y chromosome restriction fragments in male DNA from nine different inbred strains suggests that only two polymorphic forms of Y chromosomal DNA exist among inbred strains of mice [13].
  • In Bam Hl-digested liver DNAs from different inbred strains of mice, 10-15 bands of hybridization were found [14].

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