Mammary Gland Expression of Transgenes and the Potential for Altering the Properties of Milk

@article{Maga1995MammaryGE,
  title={Mammary Gland Expression of Transgenes and the Potential for Altering the Properties of Milk},
  author={Elizabeth A. Maga and James R D Murray},
  journal={Bio/Technology},
  year={1995},
  volume={13},
  pages={1452-1457}
}
Transgenic animals are a useful in vivo experimental model for assessing the ability and impact of foreign gene expression in a biological system. Transgenic mice are most commonly used, while transgenic steep, goats, pigs and cows have also been developed for specific, “applied” purposes. Most of the work directed at targeting expression of transgenes to the mammary gland of an animal, by using a milk gene promoter, has been with the intent of either studying promoter function or recovering… CONTINUE READING

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