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(genetics) Of or pertaining to being genetically or genotypically different at at one specified locus.


The term conisogenic is used to refer to strains of an organism that are genetically identical except for a single genetic region or locus. For instance, a homozygous strain of mouse can be said to be conisogenic to another strain of mice at a particular single locus.

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