4 edition of Laboratory protocols for conditional gene targeting found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -157) and index.
|Statement||Raul M. Torres, Ralf Kühn.|
|LC Classifications||QH442.3 .T67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||97012588|
"A ‘must have’ for every lab involved with transgenic technology."-Andreas Kolb, Hannah Research Institute "The handbook will be a valuable resource for two audiences, one seeking a broad appreciation for transgenic animal technology, which can be gained by reading the handbook cover to cover, and the other seeking concise descriptions of focused techniques, which can be found by selection Author: Carl A. Pinkert. Conducting gene-targeting experiments using the conventional homologous recombination or the new ZFN, TALEN, and CRIPSR methods Focuses on mouse models for half of the book, with the other half centered on a wide variety of other models readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.
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The second half of the book is devoted to detailed laboratory protocols for actually carrying out the strategies described in the previous section The appendix contains recipes for all solutions and media, maps of gene targeting plasmids, and even a listing of Cited by: Conditional gene targeting is an emerging technique for introducing mutations into the genes of laboratory mice.
This collection of protocols comes from one of the world's premier laboratories for gene targeting - The Institute of Genetics in Cologne - and is intended for newcomers for newcomers to the field as well as more experienced researchers.
Book: Laboratory protocols for conditional gene targeting. + pp. ref Abstract: Conditional gene targeting is a technique which offers the possibility of introducing mutations into any predetermined gene of the mouse in any cell type and at any stage of by: The book also has several techniques for using oligonucleotides in gene targeting, a methodology that may revolutionize the entire field.
Innovative and wide ranging, Gene Targeting Protocols offers today's researchers robust and proven gene-targeting techniques that are essential to understanding and regulating biological processes at the.
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The book will serve as a valuable resource for researchers, scientists, and students interested in these areas. This is a well-illustrated book. All researchers interested in gene targeting and gene knockout protocols will find this extremely useful." (Omer.
Gene targeting -- Laboratory manuals. Transgenic mice -- Laboratory manuals. Gene Targeting -- methods. Connect to Springer Protocols e-book. Connect to full Gene Knockout Protocols not only constitutes an invaluable source of readily reproducible techniques for those just.
Basic Scheme of Experimental Design. Cre/lox conditional gene targeting requires a mouse that has been pre-engineered with a loxP-flanked gene (or gene segment), generated with homologous recombination in murine ES cells (Figure 1).As the loxP sites are placed in introns, this engineered mouse is phenotypically wild type.
A conditional gene knockout mouse is generated by breeding this Cited by: 9. In this review, we will give an updated summary of the gene targeting technology and discuss some important considerations in the design of gene-targeted mice.
Kühn R () Laboratory protocols for conditional gene targeting. Okkenhaug K. () Gene Targeting in Mice: A Review. In: Bailer S., Lieber D. (eds) Virus-Host Interactions. Cited by: Fig. Gene-targeting strategies. Upper row: the knockout (KO) is transmitted through the germline, resulting in a null allele mutant strain (conventional KO); middle row: the KO is introduced in somatic cells and restricted to a specific tissue (conditional, cell type-specific KO); bottom row: the KO is introduced upon induction (conditional, inducible KO).Cited by: This book includes guidelines to select the best CRISPR-Cas system and target sites, covering CRISPR gRNA design, CRISPR delivery and activity quantification, and examples of applying CRISPR gene editing in human pluripotent stem cells, primary cells, gene therapy, and genetic screening.
Author(s): Torres,Raul M; Kühn,Ralf Title(s): Laboratory protocols for conditional gene targeting/ Raul M. Torres, Ralf Kühn. Country of Publication: England. Factors affecting transgenic animal production. Gene targeting in embryonic stem cells I: History and methodology. Gene targeting in embryonic stem cells II.
Conditional technologies. Retrovirus-mediated gene transfer. Nuclear transfer technologies. Section Three Production of transgenic laboratory and domestic animal species.
Production of Pages: Beginners Guide to Gene Targeting updated February Prepared by Aurora Burds Connor, Manager of the Rippel Transgenic Facility at MIT • Step 1: Gather information about your gene & protein from the literature • Step 2: Get exon/intron sequence information about your gene • Step 3: Develop a general strategy - which exons to remove.
In Gene Knockout Protocols, Second Edition, distinguished contributors with extensive experience in the gene targeting and mouse genetics fields reveal a comprehensive collection of step-by-step. The research program in the Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression concerns the elucidation of mechanisms involved in the regulation of genetic expression in eukaryotic cells, and the identification of genes and regulatory processes involved in.
Petr Tvrdik, Mario R. Capecchi, in The Mouse Nervous System, Publisher Summary. This chapter summarizes the historic background and the current state of gene targeting technology with specific regard to neuroscience research. Random mutagenesis is a very powerful method for elucidating gene function in simpler model organisms.
This well-illustrated handbook covers the technical aspects of gene transfer — from molecular methods to whole animal considerations — for important laboratory and domestic animal species. It describes methodologies as employed by leading laboratories and is a key resource for researchers, as well as a tool for training technicians and.
For the design and construction of gene targeting vectors, adhere to protocols developed for gene targeting in mouse embryonic stem cells [45, 46] with two exceptions: a drug selection cassette is.
A serum test takes about 3 to 4 weeks. GENE TARGETING BY HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION IN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS Acknowledgments The author thanks Professor Peter Gruss for con- stant support and encouragement, Jens Krull and Sharif Mahsur for excellent technical assistance, and Anja Dietrich for critically reading the by: 4.Retinal neuron degeneration and survival are often regulated by the same trophic factors that are required for embryonic development and are usually expressed in multiple cell-types.
Therefore, the conditional gene targeting approach is necessary to investigate the cell-specific function of widely expressed and developmentally regulated genes in retinal by: 9.Conditional gene targeting for cancer gene therapy Yosef S.
Haviv, David T. Curiel* Division of Human Gene Therapy,Departments of Medicine,Surgery and Pathology,and the Gene Therapy Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham,USA Abstract.