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Histocompatibility system recognized by tumour resistance associated with the PLS

Histocompatibility system recognized by tumour resistance associated with the PLS

Folia Biologica, Czechoslovakia 24(6): 371-372

Studies involving the inoculation of FL tumour cells into normal and polydactylous LEW rats indicated linkage between the polydactyly allele lx and the histocompatibility locus allele H-5p, which is involved in FL tumour resistance.

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