A comparison of bovine growth-hormone gene expression in mouse L cells directed by the Moloney murine-leukemia virus long terminal repeat, simian virus-40 early promoter or cytomegalovirus immediate-early promoter.

Abstract

Three transcriptional regulatory regions including a human cytomegalovirus immediate-early region (CMVIE) promoter, the simian virus-40 early region (SV40E) promoter, and Moloney murine leukemia virus (MoMLV) long terminal repeat (LTR) were ligated to the bovine growth hormone (bGH)-coding gene. Using a bGH transient expression system, the CMVIE and SV40E gene transcriptional regulatory regions were found to be approximately two-fold more efficient than the MoMLV LTR in directing expression of bGH in mouse L cells.

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@article{MartinGallardo1988ACO, title={A comparison of bovine growth-hormone gene expression in mouse L cells directed by the Moloney murine-leukemia virus long terminal repeat, simian virus-40 early promoter or cytomegalovirus immediate-early promoter.}, author={A Martin-Gallardo and M Montoya-Zavala and B Kelder and J Taylor and H Chen and F C Leung and J J Kopchick}, journal={Gene}, year={1988}, volume={70 1}, pages={51-6} }