Keywords: gene drive natural selfish genetic element
A meiotic driver alters sperm form and function in house mice: a possible example of spiteL. Winkler and A. K. Lindholm, Chromosome Research, 2022.
The ability to subvert independent assortment of chromosomes is found in many meiotic drivers, such as the t haplotype in house mice Mus musculus, in which the t-bearing chromosomal homolog is preferentially transmitted to offspring. This is explained by a poison-antidote system, ...
Keywords: gene drive natural selfish genetic element, meiotic drive, mice, t haplotype, transmission ratio distortion
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