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Parthenogenetic mouse embryos pose an interesting problem in the study of early mammalian development. Haploid or diploid parthenogenones, resulting from spontaneous or experimental activation of unfertilized eggs, will undergo apparently normal preimplantation development but die in the early post-implantation stages. However, in aggregation chimaeras with(More)
Two-dimensional electrophoresis was used to find changes in protein synthesis occurring as pluripotent embryonal carcinoma (EC) cells differentiate to give embryoid bodies in vitro. 2-D patterns from other embryonic cell lines, and from the inner cell mass (ICM) cells of mouse embryos, were also analysed for the expression of those proteins showing some(More)
An analysis of several G418-resistant ES cell lines produced by electroporation of a promoterless neo gene (NASTI), shows an enrichment for integrations within, or adjacent to, CpG islands. A detailed analysis of two of the cell lines reveals short regions of homology between the genomic target DNA and the construct ends, and that recombination may be(More)
The ability of SV40 T antigen to cause abnormalities in cartilage development in transgenic mice and chimeras has been tested. The cis-regulatory elements of the COL2A1 gene were used to target expression of SV40 T antigen to differentiating chondrocytes in transgenic mice and chimeras derived from embryonal stem (ES) cells bearing the same transgene. The(More)
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