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A 21,X/23,XYY mosaic Chinese hamster



A 21,X/23,XYY mosaic Chinese hamster



Proceedings of the Japan Academy, B 56(8): 528-533



Hamster males were exposed to 400 R of X-irradiation of their hindquarters, and were mated to non-irradiated females 3-6 mth later. 100 progeny were obtained from 91 such matings, and 1 male was found which, although phenotypically normal, carried a pericentric inversion on chromosome 1. Matings of this male with a normal female yielded 51 progeny, including a phenotypic mosaic with 21 and 23 chromosomes. This animal weighed only 24.3 g at 6 mth of age.

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