Production of a Natural Antibody to the Mouse Polyoma Virus Is a Multigenic Trait

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Title: Production of a Natural Antibody to the Mouse Polyoma Virus Is a Multigenic Trait
Author: Andrews, Erik; Velupillai, Palanivel; Sung, Chang Kyoo; Beier, David Randolph; Benjamin, Thomas L.

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Citation: Andrews, Erik, Palanivel Velupillai, Chang Kyoo Sung, David R. Beier, and Thomas Benjamin. 2012. Production of a natural antibody to the mouse polyoma virus is a multigenic trait. Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2(3): 353-355.
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Abstract: MA/MyJ mice express a natural antibody to the highly oncogenic polyoma virus. C57BR/cdJ mice lack this antibody but mount an adaptive T-cell response to the virus. Analysis of F2 progeny of a cross between these strains reveals a pattern of inheritance of expression of the natural antibody involving two genes in an epistatic relationship.
Published Version: doi:10.1534/g3.111.001701
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3291505/pdf/
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