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Speed congenics: a classic technique in the fast lane (relatively speaking)

Wakeland, Edward and Morel, Laurence and Achey, Karen and Yui, Mary and Longmate, Jeff (1997) Speed congenics: a classic technique in the fast lane (relatively speaking). Immunology Today, 18 (10). pp. 472-477. ISSN 0167-5699. doi:10.1016/S0167-5699(97)01126-2.

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Marker-assisted selection protocol (MASP)-based strategies produce congenic strains with the target gene contained on clearly defined donor-derived genomic intervals in less than half the number of generations required by the classic protocol, Thus, the quality and speed of congenic strain construction are enhanced by this methodology. Here, Edward Wakeland and colleagues compare various MASP-based strategies and discuss their advantages with reference to immunological traits.

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Official Citation:Edward Wakeland, Laurence Morel, Karen Achey, Mary Yui, Jeff Longmate, Speed congenics: a classic technique in the fast lane (relatively speaking), Immunology Today, Volume 18, Issue 10, 1997, Pages 472-477, ISSN 0167-5699, (
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