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Volume 31 Issue 3 October 1935 pp 341-352
The partially sex-linked gene
Volume 38 Issue 1-2 July 1939 pp 193-200
Within the limits of accuracy imposed by errors of diagnosis and sampling, the daughters of haemophilic men bear equal numbers of normal and haemophilic sons, whilst half the sisters of haemophilic men are heterozygous for haemophilia.
Volume 51 Issue 1 July 1952 pp 198-215
Two abnormal gene orders of the X-chromosome of
The configurations of these in various heterozygotes with Standard and with each other in the salivary gland polytene nuclei show that one differs from Standard by a single inversion In(X)1, and the other by a double included inversion In(X)1+2.
The genetic maps of the various heterozygotes and homozygotes are unexpectedly different from those associated with similar polytene pairing in
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