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By Kurt Benirschke (auth.), H.-W. Altmann, K. Benirschke, K. M. Brinkhous, A. Bohle, P. Cohrs, H. Cottier, M. Eder, P. Gedigk, W. Giese, Chr. Hedinger, S. Iijima, W. H. Kirsten, I. Klatzo, K. Lennert, H. Meessen, W. Sandritter, G. Seifert, H. C. Stoerk, H. U

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The XX/XX mouse was ascertained because of its yellow and black banded fur pattern and it had arisen, apparently spontaneously, in a closely supervised colony with known matings. Its eight littermates were normal. e. diploid; sex chromosomes are difficult to define in this species (GALTON and HOLT, 1965). A detailed analysis of the offspring of this mouse, in conjunction with its coat color leaves no doubt that the animal was an XX/XX whole-body-chimera and that the germ cells were also admixed.

Recently, GARDNER (1968) was able to produce a similar mottled effect by injecting three dis aggregated blastomeric cells into a 64 cell blastocyst. c. True Hermaphroditism in Mice In early work TARKOWSKI (1964) had noted an excess of males and three true hermaphrodites in these fusion products. These latter animals constituted proof that indeed chimerism was present, and that spontaneous hermaphroditism may equally be the result of chimerism. Those few cases described in rodents to have occurred spontaneously (mouse, rat, guinea pig, vole, golden hamster) are reviewed in detail by this author.

The results of studies in the rabbit by OEHME (1967) point in the same direction. Labelled leukocytes may reach the fetus but do not proliferate, and his findings in man suggest that this is true here as well. The one exceptional case of presumed permanent maternal lymphocyte graft upon the fetus is the infant described by KADOW AKI et at. (1965). This male infant died at 16 months from what appeared to be the graft-versus-host reaction. The child is thought to have had the Swiss type of a gammaglobuline3· K.

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