Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 38 Issue 1-2 July 1939 pp 341-344
Rex, a new, viable and fertile autosomal dominant coat texture character in the mouse, is described. Though phaenotypically very similar indeed to if not identical with Caracul, it is shown to be genetically distinct therefrom. The two genes are on different autosomes. When its linkage relations have been established Rex will serve as a most useful marker for further genetical work with the mouse.
Volume 39 Issue 2 January 1940 pp 225-227
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