New PDF release: Advances in Immunology, Vol. 18

New PDF release: Advances in Immunology, Vol. 18

By F.J. Dixon, Henry G. Kunkel (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0120224186

ISBN-13: 9780120224180

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Genetic linkage, however, does not necessarily imply any functional relationship between two genes. For example, the genes for albinism and hemoglobin beta chains are closely linked i n mice, but therc is no apparent functional relationship between these traits. Furthermore, if two loci are linked, it makes no difference as to which alleles are present at these loci. For example, the H-2K locus is known to have at least eight alleles. The T l a locus is linked to H-2K regardless of which allele is present at this locus in any given experiment.

1971b). When 9 progeny of the backcross generation ( 2 X 13)F, X 13 were simultaneously immunized with GA and DNP-PLL, 4 responded to both GA and PLL, whereas 5 responded to neither GA nor PLL. The 4 GA 14 DAVID L. GASSER AND WILLYS K. These observations suggested not only that the GA and PLL genes were linked but that both genes were linked to the major histocompatibility locus. Among 17 progeny of the reciprocal backcross generation, ( 2 x 13)F, x 2, 9 animals were responders to GT and all possessed the strain 13 major histocompatibility specificities, whereas the remaining 8 guinea pigs that were nonresponders to GT were shown to lack these specificities.

However, when antigen doscs greater than 500 pg. were injected, Sobey mice frequently became tolerant whereas Swiss white mice did not (Hardy and Rowley, 1968). The genes for unresponsiveness to BSA, therefore, appear to be involved in lowering the threshold of tolerancc induction. These genes have recently been transferred from Sobey mice to a BALB/c genetic background (Hardy and Kotlarski, 1971). B. RESPONSESTO DIPHTHERIA TOXINAND TETANUS TOXOID By eniploying diphtheria toxin as the antigen, Fjord-Scheibel ( 1943) attempted to develop lines of good and poor antitoxin producers in guinea pigs.

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