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Behaviour of pachytene chromosomes in mice heterozygous for the Rb(8,17) and T(16,17)43H translocations


, : Behaviour of pachytene chromosomes in mice heterozygous for the Rb(8,17) and T(16,17)43H translocations. Genetika Moskva 29(6): 1014-1025

Electron microscope studies were carried out on spermatogenic cells of mice heterozygous for both translocations and for each singly, and homozygotes for Rb(8,17).

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