HEREDITARY ACHOLURIC JAUNDICE in a New Mutant Strain of Rats

@inproceedings{Gunn2004HEREDITARYAJ,
  title={HEREDITARY ACHOLURIC JAUNDICE in a New Mutant Strain of Rats},
  author={Chris Gunn},
  year={2004}
}
A NEW mutant strain of rats was discovered in 1934 among the A. ~ breeding stock of the Connaught Laboratory animals. The mutant appears relatively yellow in color owing to an abnormal amount of bile pigment in its system; or in other words it is jaundiced. In animals other than man there appears to be no record of hereditary jaundice, save that of the rat, in which the icterus (yellow pigmentation) is evident at birth or shortly afterwards and persists throughout the life of the animals. The… CONTINUE READING

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