congenic

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con·gen·ic

(kon-jen'ik),
Relating to an inbred strain of animals produced by repeated crossing of one gene line onto another inbred (isogenic) line.
[con- + G. genos, birth, + -ic]
Referring to organisms which differ in only one gene locus, the result of specific inbreeding of animals in experimental settings

congenic

Of organisms that differ only at a single genetic locus.