Further testing of several strains of mice with respect to detection of H - 2 antigens on neonatal erythrocytes.
Animals-Newborn: im, Erythrocytes: im, H-2-Antigens: an, Haploidy, Hemagglutination-Tests, Mice, Mice-Inbred-Strains: im, Recombination-Genetic, Spleen: im, Thymus-Gland: im
Folia-Biol-(Praha). 1981; 27(5):301-7.
In previous experiments the existence of two types of neonatal erythrocytes was confirmed in different inbred and congenic strains of mice. Erythrocytes of the "early: type were agglutinable by the appropriate antisera on the day of birth; the "late: type erythrocytes were not agglutinable until the third day of postnatal life. Results of earlier studies on segregating generations supported the proposed "remote-cis-effect: model for genetic control of H-2 antigen detectability in newborns. We report on tests that bear further upon this phenomenon.
Boubel:ik, M and Bailey, D W., " Further testing of several strains of mice with respect to detection of H - 2 antigens on neonatal erythrocytes." (1981). Faculty Research 1980 - 1989. 129.
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