The difference in skin allograft survival among heterozygous and homozygous gynogenetic carp (Cyprlnus carpio) lines is supporting the idea that at least one major and several minor histocompatibility loci exist in fish. Moreover, differences in susceptibility to Aeromonas salmonicida infection among conventional and gynogenetic sibling groups were observed. It is suggested that multiple genes are involved in disease resistance of fish.
Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume XVI. Poultry, fish and horse genetics and breeding, growth and reproduction, immune response and disease resistance., , 174–175, 1990
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