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34 We concluded from these results that the teratomas found in the (LT/Sv x LTXBJ)Fl female mice originated from parthenogenetically cleaved oocytes which had completed the first meiotic division (Fig. 2). In 21 of 23 cases, this division segregated the Gpi-l a and Gpi-l b alleles so that the parthenogenetic embryo and subsequently the teratomas were homozygous for either of those alleles at the Gpi-l locus. In the other two cases, where the heterozygous banding pattern was found, the most probable conclusion is that crossing-over has occurred between the centromere and the Gpi-l locus, so that the Gpi-l a and Gpi-l b alleles were located on two chromatids attached to the same centromere.
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