A MALE PIG WITH AN XXY/XXXY SEX CHROMOSOME COMPLEMENT

in Reproduction

Summary.

A male pig, suffering from lymphosarcoma, was found to have a genotype 39,XXY/40,XXXY, by the use of peripheral blood culture and sex chromatin studies. This is compared to Klinefelter's syndrome and certain aspects of this condition are briefly discussed, together with the co-existence of the chromosome aberration and the neoplasia.

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