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Short Communication

Involvement of the Gli3 (Extra-Toes) Gene Region in Body Weight in Mice

1Laboratoire de Neurobiologie, Université d'Orléans, B.P. 6759, 45067 Orléans Cedex 2, France
2INRA, UMR1079 - Systèmes d'Elevage Nutrition Animale et Humaine, 35590 Saint Gilles, France

Received 6 September 2006; Revised 3 January 2007; Accepted 8 January 2007

Academic Editor: Wim E. Crusio

Copyright © 2007 Benoît Martin et al.

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