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congenic

[kən′jen·ik]
(genetics)
Describing organisms that differ in genotype at a specified locus.
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Conversely, the disease activity is reduced in MRL-[Fas.sup.lpr/lpr] mice congenic for [CD72.sup.b] compared with MRL-[Fas.sup.lpr/lpr] that carries [CD72.sup.c].
We used five strains, namely, NSY [9,10,14,17, 18], C3H/HeNcrj (C3H), consomic [C3H-14.sup.NSY] (R0) [16], congenic R1, and R2 mice [19].
Zimmer, "Behavioral phenotype of pre-proenkephalin-deficient mice on diverse congenic backgrounds," Psychopharmacology, vol.
The results showed that, in a congenic strain containing the resistant chromosome 6 (CON6), the mRNA levels of 5-LO and similarly 5-LO protein were reduced about 5-fold compared with the background strain.
Nakamoto et al., "Sympathetic hyper-reactivity to air-jet stress in the chromosome 1 blood pressure quantitative trait locus congenic rats," American Journal of Physiology--Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.
Ganten et al., "Reciprocal congenic lines for a major stroke QTL on rat chromosome 1," Physiological Genomics, vol.
Horvat, "Congenic and bioinformatics analyses resolved a major-effect Fob3b QTL on mouse Chr 15 into two closely linked loci," Mammalian Genome, vol.
Numbers in each quadrant of the flow cytometry plots represent the percentage of bone marrow cells identified by the antibody specific for CD45.1 or CD45.2 congenic surface proteins.
Screening for pain phenotypes: analysis of three congenic mouse strains on a battery of nine nociceptive assays.
Dickinson, "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," Journal of General Virology, vol.