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Close linkage established between the HAL locus for halothane sensitivity and the PHI (phosphohexose isomerase) locus in pigs of the Danish Landrace breed



Close linkage established between the HAL locus for halothane sensitivity and the PHI (phosphohexose isomerase) locus in pigs of the Danish Landrace breed



Nordisk Veterinaermedicin 29(11): 502-504



Of 62 litters of Danish Landrace pigs from parents not sensitive to halothane (genotypes NN or Nn), 22 included 1 or more halothane-sensitive (nn) piglets, indicating that both parents were heterozygous for Nn. In these 22 litters, the ratio of non-sensitive to sensitive pigs was 144:46, which agrees well with the expected ratio of 138:52. It was concluded that the nn genotype has a high penetrance and an autosomal, recessive mode of inheritance.

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