Analysis of a mouse alpha-globin gene mutation induced by ethylnitrosourea.

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A DBA/2 mouse treated with ethylnitrosourea sired an offspring whose hemoglobin showed an extra band following starch gel electrophoresis. The variant hemoglobin migrated to a more cathodal position in starch gel. Isoelectric focusing indicated that chain 5 of the mutant hemoglobin migrated to a more cathodal position than the normal chain 5 from DBA/2 mice… (More)

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@article{Popp1983AnalysisOA, title={Analysis of a mouse alpha-globin gene mutation induced by ethylnitrosourea.}, author={Raymond A. Popp and E. G. Bailiff and Loren C. Skow and Faye M. Johnson and Susan E. Lewis}, journal={Genetics}, year={1983}, volume={105 1}, pages={157-67} }