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The Weissmanist–Morganist Strongold in Siberia

... as bioreactors involves insertion of a combined genetic construct carrying the human DNA sequence encoding a necessary protein into the region controlled by the regulatory elements of animal “milk gene.” According to this strategy, thus created transgenic animals are able to synthesize large amounts of the corresponding human protein exclusively in the mammary gland and secrete it into milk. The projects on creation of transgenic bioreactors usually comprise three stages: production of the ...

Modified: 27.10.2017
laboratory animals , genetic model of pathology , cryoarchiving , transgenic animals , phenotyping , imaging , pharmacology , toxicology , nanobiosafety
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Siberian Center for Genetic Resources: Three Years Later

... For this purpose, the embryos were transplanted to sterile surrogate mothers. The success of this work demonstrated that the cryoarchiving complex was ready to collaborate with the world centers for genetic resources. After a tryout of the unique MRI ... ... postgenomic biology, which is well illustrated by an exponential growth in the number of research papers on the studies involving transgenic animals. In particular, the number of papers with “transgenic mouse” as a key word has increased by more than 30 ...

Modified: 10.04.2012
laboratory animals , genetic model of pathology , cryoarchiving , transgenic animals , phenotyping , imaging , pharmacology , toxicology , nanobiosafety
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