Biochemical diversity and evolution in the genus Mus

  title={Biochemical diversity and evolution in the genus Mus},
  author={François Bonhomme and J. R. Mart{\'i}nez Catal{\'a}n and J Britton-davidian and Verne M. Chapman and Kazuo Moriwaki and Eviatar Nevo and Louis Thaler},
  journal={Biochemical Genetics},
Thirteen biochemical groups of wild mice from Europe, Asia, and Africa belonging to the genus Mus are analyzed at 22–42 protein loci. Phylogenetic trees are proposed and patterns of biochemical evolution are discussed, as well as the possible contribution of wild mice to the genetic diversity of laboratory stocks. 

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