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Hst-3: an X-linked hybrid sterility gene

  • Jean-Louis Guénet (a1), Claude Nagamine (a2), Dominique Simon-Chazottes (a1), Xavier Montagutelli (a1) and François Bonhomme (a3)...

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A gene, Hst-3, responsible for sterility in F1 males from crosses between Mus spretus and laboratory strains of mice such as C57BL/6, has been localized on the distal part of the X chromosome, using both DNA probes and biochemical markers on a panel of Fl(C57BL/6 × SEG) × C57BL/6 backcross males. This gene may be a model for studying mammalian hybrid sterility.

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Hst-3: an X-linked hybrid sterility gene

  • Jean-Louis Guénet (a1), Claude Nagamine (a2), Dominique Simon-Chazottes (a1), Xavier Montagutelli (a1) and François Bonhomme (a3)...

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