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Transferrin and Albumin Polymorphism in the Polish “Tarpan” Breed

  • Krystyna Tomaszewska-Guszkiewicz
  • M. Żurkowski
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Summary

In 114 Tarpans examined 11 transferrin phenotypes were found: DD, FF, RR, DF, DH, DO, DR, FH, FO, FR, HO, controlled by 5 alleles the frequency of which are: q D = 0.2105, q F = 0.6228, q H = 0.0438, q O = 0.0658 and q R = 0.0570. On the basis of testing 76 animals it was established that three albumins phenotypes occur controlled by two alleles AlbF and AlbS of frequency q F = 0.4589 and q S = 0.5410.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Krystyna Tomaszewska-Guszkiewicz
    • 1
  • M. Żurkowski
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of Experimental Animal BreedingPolish Academy of SciencesWarsamPoland

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