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Genotype and expression analysis of two inbred mouse strains and two derived congenic strains suggest that most gene expression is trans regulated and sensitive to genetic background

By Harry A Noyes, Morris Agaba, Susan Anderson, Alan L Archibald, Andy Brass, John Gibson, Laurence Hall, Helen Hulme, Sung Jong Oh and Stephen Kemp
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