PMID: 14171532Jun 12, 1964Paper

LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE IN PIGEON TESTES: GENETIC CONTROL BY THREE LOCI

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W H ZinkhamL KUPCHYK

Abstract

Homogenates of pigeon testes show three types of lactate dehydrogenase isozyme patterns. Recombination of the polypeptide subunits of the dehydrogenase in mixtures of the different types, and the distribution of the three isozyme patterns in six different pigeon populations demonstrated that lactate dehydrogenase synthesis in pigeon testes is under the control of three distinct loci, A, B, and C.

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