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knock-in mouse

Tuesday 25 November 2003

Videos

- The science of transgenic technology (part 1)

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- The science of transgenic technology (part 2)

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References

- Lagutina I, Conway SJ, Sublett J, Grosveld GC. Pax3-FKHR knock-in mice show developmental aberrations but do not develop tumors. Mol Cell Biol. 2002 Oct;22(20):7204-16. PMID: 12242297