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congenic

[kən′jen·ik]
(genetics)
Describing organisms that differ in genotype at a specified locus.
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The AcB/BcA recombinant congenic strains of mice: strategies for phenotype dissection, mapping and cloning of quantitative trait genes (Anny Fortin, Eduardo Diez, Janet E.
5] in a total volume of 200 [micro]L) from unexposed donors were transferred into congenic adult offspring of dams that were treated with either vehicle or TCDD.
0/0] congenic lines by backcrossing to FVB/N mice for 10 generations, followed by genetic testing (Charles River UK, Ltd.
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They address controversies surrounding the use of animal models and new methods of discovery for questions of pathogenesis and therapy, such as in silico; humanized, transgenic, or congenic models; viral, antigen, or cell-induced models, and complications.
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of Montreal thereby significantly expanding its neurological disease programs, enhancing its access to the Quebec founder population and acquiring proprietary congenic mouse models for comparative genomics.
A potent modifier of liver cancer risk on distal mouse chromosome 1: linkage analysis and characterization of congenic lines.
The disease characteristics of different strains of scrapie in Sinc congenic mouse lines: implications for the nature of the agent and host control of pathogenesis.
quantitative trait locus [QTL] mapping and the use of congenic mouse strains).