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Genetic variation of urinary pepsinogen and its probable linkage to albinism in the rat


, : Genetic variation of urinary pepsinogen and its probable linkage to albinism in the rat. Immunogenetics 13(6): 555-558

Urine samples from rats of 27 strains were examined by polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis. Two distinct bands were found, the slower moving (less anodal) being found in 19 strains, including ACI, and the faster moving in the remaining 8 strains, including F344. Mating tests indicated that urinary pepsinogen type is controlled by a single autosomal locus (designated Pg-1) with 2 alleles, Pg-1a which controls the slower-moving band and Pg-1b which controls the faster-moving band.

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PMID: 7287084

DOI: 10.1007/bf00343723


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