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By O. Lowenstein

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The isozyme patterns of the house mouse appear to be the simplest of the rodent patterns studied to date. Sick and Nielsen (1964) reported finding different electrophoretic mobilities for the isozymes of the sali­ vary and pancreatic amylase phenotypes as well as electrophoretic variants of each. Unlike the salivary patterns, zymograms of pancre­ atic amylase always contained one invariant isozyme species. Unpub­ lished data cited in a separate reference (Nielsen, 1969) identified serum amylase in the house mouse as the salivary type since serum patterns correspond to those of salivary phenotypes.

KARN AND GEORGE M. MALACINSKI pancreatic patterns, having only one isozyme in common with saliva and none in common with the pancreas. Electrophoretic studies of rat amylase have yielded various esti­ mates of the numbers of isozymes in tissues, depending on the method used (Meites and Rogols, 1971). In a thorough study reported in 1972, Sanders and Rutter separated two major species of rat pancreatic amy­ lase by preparative isoelectric focusing. They also observed minor forms of the pancreatic enzyme as well as one major and one minor form of salivary amylase using analytical gel isoelectric focusing.

Salivary phenotypes con­ sist of either one or two isozymes. When two isozymes are present, they vary quantitatively, apparently in a genetically determined fashion (see Section VI). Pancreatic phenotypes, on the other hand, consist of two isozymes with slower electrophoretic mobilities t h a n those of sa­ liva. Nielsen (1969) reported finding no pancreatic variants in 80 speci­ mens. The serum amylase pattern differed from both the salivary and 46 ROBERT C. KARN AND GEORGE M. MALACINSKI pancreatic patterns, having only one isozyme in common with saliva and none in common with the pancreas.

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