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The Wild Mouse in Immunology

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Origin and Evolution of Mice: An Appraisal of Fossil Evidence and Morphological Traits
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    Chapter 2 Systematics of the Genus Mus
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    Chapter 3 Evolutionary Relationships in the Genus Mus
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    Chapter 4 Constitutive Heterochromatin and Evolutionary Divergence of Mus dunni, M. booduga and M. musculus
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    Chapter 5 The Potential Use of Repetitive Sequences in Phylogenetic Reconstructions
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    Chapter 6 Genetic Features of Major Geographical Isolates of Mus musculus
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    Chapter 7 A Hybrid Origin of Japanese Mice “Mus musculus molossinus”
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    Chapter 8 Some Aspects of Robertsonian Karyotype Variation in European Wild Mice
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    Chapter 9 Genetic Analysis of a Hybrid Zone Between Domesticus and Musculus Mice ( Mus musculus Complex): Hemoglobin Polymorphisms
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    Chapter 10 Genetical Processes in Wild Mouse Populations. Past Myth and Present Knowledge
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    Chapter 11 A Method for Rapid Determination of Male Mouse Genotypes and Transmission Distortion by Breeding with Estrous Females
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    Chapter 12 MHC Polymorphism in Island Populations of Mice
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    Chapter 13 The Contribution of Wild Derived Mouse Inbred Strains to Gene Mapping Methodology
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    Chapter 14 Alleles of β-Glucuronidase Found in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 15 Genetic Variation in Major Urinary Proteins in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 16 Immobilized-gradient Isoelectric Focusing: Detection of “Silent” Biochemical Genetic Variants
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    Chapter 17 Evolution of the Mouse IgA Gene: Nucleotide Sequence Comparison of IgA in BALB/c and Mus pahari
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    Chapter 18 Evolution of Immunologically Important Genes in the Genus Mus
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    Chapter 19 The X-24 VH Gene Family in Inbred Mouse Strains and Wild Mice
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    Chapter 20 Polymorphism and Evolution of Igh-V Gene Families
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    Chapter 21 Igk Polymorphism in M. musculus domesticus Populations from Maryland and Delaware
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    Chapter 22 Restriction Enzyme Polymorphisms in V ϰ and J ϰ Genes of Inbred and Wild Mice
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    Chapter 23 Evidence That Wild Mice (Mus musculus musculus) Express Lambda Genes That Differ from Those in BALB/c
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    Chapter 24 A Comparative Analyis of the Anti-Phosphorylcholine Response of CLA and BALB/c Mice
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    Chapter 25 λ1 Bearing Antibodies Against the α(1–3) and α(1–6)Glycosidic Linkages of the B1355 Dextran in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 26 Polymorphism of Lymphocyte Antigens-Encoding Loci in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 27 On the Origin of t Chromosomes
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    Chapter 28 Amplification and Rearrangement of DNA Sequences During the Evolutionary Divergence of t Haplotypes and Wild-Type Forms of Mouse Chromosome 17
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    Chapter 29 Genetic Diversity of Class II Genes in Wild Mice: Definition of Five Evolutionary Groups by RFLP Analysis of A α and A β
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    Chapter 30 Gene-Specific Structures Within Class I Genes from Mus musculus domesticus are Conserved in Class I Genes from Mus pahari
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    Chapter 31 Genetic Variants of Histocompatibility Antigens from Wild Mice
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    Chapter 32 Polymorphism and Recombinational Hot Spots in the Murine MHC
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    Chapter 33 The t -Complex and Ovarian Teratocarcinogenesis
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    Chapter 34 The Context of T Cell Receptor β Chain Genes Among Wild and Inbred Mouse Species
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    Chapter 35 Correlation of C T β Phenotype with Origins of Laboratory Mouse Strains
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    Chapter 36 Susceptibility of Mus musculus musculus (Czech I) Mice to Salmonella typhimurium Infection
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    Chapter 37 Genetically Controlled Resistance to Flaviviruses Within the House Mouse Complex of Species
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    Chapter 38 Variable Resistance to Ectromelia (Mousepox) Virus Among Genera of Mus
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    Chapter 39 Expression of the Natural Resistance Gene (Lsh) in Wild Mice Infected Experimentally with Leishmania donovani or Salmonella typhimurium
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    Chapter 40 Genetic Resistance to Influenza Virus in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 41 Molecular Mechanism of an Ecotropic MuLV Restriction Gene Akvr-1/FV-4 in California Wild Mice
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    Chapter 42 Xenotropic and MCF Related Retroviral Genes in Wild Mice
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    Chapter 43 Mammary Tumorigenesis in Feral Species of the Genus Mus
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    Chapter 44 Endogenous MMTV Proviral Genomes in Feral Mus musculus domesticus
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    Chapter 45 Listing of Stocks and Strains of Mice in the Genus Mus Derived from the Feral State
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Chapter title
Polymorphism and Evolution of Igh-V Gene Families
Chapter number 20
Book title
The Wild Mouse in Immunology
Published by
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, January 1986
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-71304-0_20
Book ISBNs
978-3-64-271306-4, 978-3-64-271304-0
Authors

R. Riblet, A. Tutter, P. Brodeur

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