2000 journal article

Correlated responses to selection for large body size in oMt1a-oGH transgenic mice: reproductive traits

GENETICAL RESEARCH, 75(2), 199–208.

By: K. Parks n, E. Eisen n, I. Parker n, L. Hester n & J. Murray*

MeSH headings : Animals; Body Weight; Female; Growth Hormone / genetics; Growth Hormone / physiology; Infertility, Female; Metallothionein / genetics; Metallothionein / physiology; Mice; Mice, Transgenic; Ovulation; Reproduction / physiology; Sheep
TL;DR: The low frequency of the transgene in the high-growth background TM line was associated with reduced fitness and a lower additive effect for 8-week body weight compared with the control background TC line, and the NC non-transgenic line did not exhibit reduced reproductive performance for these traits. (via Semantic Scholar)
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