Methods have recently been developed, based on the use of restriction enzymes and cloned DNA, that allow a new class of genetic polymorphisms: restriction fragment length polymorphisms (henceforth, RFLPs) to be detected (Botstein et al■, 1980; Solomon and Bodmer, 1979). Large number of RFLPs have already been demonstrated in humans (Bell et al. , 1981; Jeffreys, 1979; Wyman and White; 1980) and in other organisms (Petes and Botstein, 1977).

Moshe Soller, J. S Beckman

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 6. Round tables, , 396–404, 1982
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