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Evidence for mapping pig C4 gene(s) within the pig major histocompatibility complex (SLA)



Evidence for mapping pig C4 gene(s) within the pig major histocompatibility complex (SLA)



Animal Blood Groups and Biochemical Genetics 16(1): 65-68



Genomic DNA from SLA-typed families and unrelated pigs was studied by Southern blot analysis using a human C4 (complement component 4) probe.

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