Into the blue: the importance of murine lacZ gene expression profiling in understanding and treating human disease

  • Chris Armit
  • Published 2015 in Disease models & mechanisms

Abstract

The International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC) is a major international effort to explore the effects of knocking out 20,000 genes in the mouse. A new study by White and colleagues, published in the current issue of Disease Models & Mechanisms, demonstrates the usefulness of lacZ in situ reporter expression patterns in extending our understanding of… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/dmm.023606

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@inproceedings{Armit2015IntoTB, title={Into the blue: the importance of murine lacZ gene expression profiling in understanding and treating human disease}, author={Chris Armit}, booktitle={Disease models & mechanisms}, year={2015} }