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129/sv - derived by dunn (1928) from a mouse/chinchilla cross, the 129/sv substrain has been recognized as a member of the parental subgroup of substrains. Strain 129/svj was genetically contaminated in 1978 by an unknown strain and differs from other 129 substrains at 25% of sslp genetic markers, therefore a nomenclature re designation of 129cx/sv has been suggested.

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