Loy, A; Goodnow, Christopher
The draft sequence of the human and mouse genomes provides an unparalleled opportunity for understanding the genetic control of immune-cell development. Strategies can begin with a gene sequence and pursue a putative immune-system function by employing mRNA-expression profiling or creating gene knockouts in embryonic stem cells. The latter can be produced by utilising the Cre/Lox system, a tetracycline operon, a gene-trap method or chemical mutagenesis. Alternatively, mutant phenotypes (derived...[Show more]
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