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When responder guinea pigs were bred, 82% were responders and 18% were nonresponders. Furthermore, two inbred strains were examined and found to differ absolutely in their responsiveness to DNP-PLL. All strain 2 guinea pigs responded to DNP-PLL while all strain 13 guinea pigs gave no response. Finally, a selective mating scheme, in which the homozygous nonresponder Hartley strain guinea pigs were mated to heterozygous responder guinea pigs (heterozygotes were animals that had produced nonresponder offspring), yielded 45% of the offspring that could respond to DNPPLL and 55% that could not.
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