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Synapsis and recombination in mice homozygous for a double insertion of a homogenously stained region of chromosome No. 1


Genetika Moskva 26(4): 677-663
Synapsis and recombination in mice homozygous for a double insertion of a homogenously stained region of chromosome No. 1
In mice homozygous for the insertions Is(HSR;1C5)1Icg and Is(HSR;3E)2Icg, no disturbances of synapsis were seen. It had been established in a previous study that the region delineated by the proximal breakpoint of Is(HSR;1C5)1Icg and the distal one of Is(HSR;1E3)2Icg is desynapsed during early pachytene and heterosynapsed at mid pachytene.


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