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Dynamic instability of the major urinary protein gene family revealed by genomic and phenotypic comparisons between C57 and 129 strain mice

By Jonathan M Mudge, Stuart D Armstrong, Karen McLaren, Robert J Beynon, Jane L Hurst, Christine Nicholson, Duncan H Robertson, Laurens G Wilming and Jennifer L Harrow

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Targeted sequencing, manual genome annotation, phylogenetic analysis and mass spectrometry were used to characterise major urinary proteins (MUPs) and the Mup clusters of two strains of inbred mice

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