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The lpm gene family is located in chromosome 9 of the american mink

, : The lpm gene family is located in chromosome 9 of the american mink. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 294(5): 1232-1234

Coupling of the Lpm-locus with the peptidase B gene was investigated in minks, taking into consideration the presence of polymorphous variants in Lpm and peptidase B. Data were presented on the analysis of mutual heredity of allotype Lpm and allele variants of peptidase B. The Lpm locus is the 3rd polymorphous genetic system in the chromosome 9 of minks. The existence of the Lpm-, peptidase B, and lactate dehydrogenase genes makes it possible to design the genetic map.

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