Chromosome elimination in three Baltic, south Pacific and north-east Pacific hagfish species

@article{Nakai1995ChromosomeEI,
  title={Chromosome elimination in three Baltic, south Pacific and north-east Pacific hagfish species},
  author={Yasuharu Nakai and Souichirou Kubota and Yuji Goto and Takeshi Ishibashi and William J. Davison and Sei-ichi Kohno},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={3},
  pages={321-330}
}
We have confirmed that chromosome elimination occurs in the cells ofMyxine glutinosa, collected from the Baltic Sea off Sweden,Eptatretus cirrhatus from the south Pacific Ocean off the east coast of New Zealand, andE. stoutii from the north-east Pacific Ocean off Canada, similar to cells of four Japanese hagfish species. InM. Glutinosa, E. cirrhatus type A,E. cirrhatus type B andE. stoutii, the differences in chromosome number between spermatogonia (44, 72, 80 and 48) and somatic cells (28, 34… CONTINUE READING
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