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2012 journal article

Transgenic Stra8-EYFP pigs: a model for developing male germ cell technologies

TRANSGENIC RESEARCH, 21(2), 383–392.

By: J. Sommer n, L. Jackson n, S. Simpson n, E. Collins n, J. Piedrahita n & R. Petters n

author keywords: Pig; Transgenic; Stra8; Spermatogonia; Marker gene
MeSH headings : Adaptor Proteins, Signal Transducing; Animals; Animals, Genetically Modified / genetics; Animals, Genetically Modified / metabolism; Blotting, Western; Cells, Cultured; Cloning, Molecular; Fibroblasts / cytology; Fibroblasts / drug effects; Fibroblasts / metabolism; Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental; Genes, Reporter; Germ Cells / cytology; Germ Cells / metabolism; Homeodomain Proteins / genetics; Homeodomain Proteins / metabolism; Immunohistochemistry; Luminescent Proteins / genetics; Luminescent Proteins / metabolism; Male; Mice; Microscopy, Fluorescence / methods; Mitochondria / genetics; Mitochondria / metabolism; Nuclear Transfer Techniques; Plasmids / genetics; Plasmids / metabolism; Promoter Regions, Genetic; Proteins / genetics; Proteins / metabolism; Swine; Testis / cytology; Testis / metabolism; Transfection; Transgenes; Tretinoin / pharmacology
TL;DR: Transgenic pigs expressing mitochondrial localized enhanced yellow fluorescent protein (EYFP-mito) under control of the germ cell specific Stimulated by Retinoic Acid 8 (Stra8) promoter indicates that these pigs will be useful by providing labelled cells for use in such technologies such as germ cell transplantation and in vitro spermatogenic studies. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2010 journal article

Development of a Model of Sacrocaudal Spinal Cord Injury in Cloned Yucatan MiniPigs for Cellular Transplantation Research


By: J. Lim n, J. Piedrahita n, L. Jackson n, T. Ghashghaei n & N. Olby n

MeSH headings : Animals; Behavior, Animal; Cauda Equina / pathology; Cauda Equina / surgery; Cell Culture Techniques; Cells, Cultured; Cloning, Organism; Green Fluorescent Proteins / metabolism; Humans; Models, Animal; Nerve Regeneration / physiology; Nuclear Transfer Techniques; Recovery of Function / physiology; Sacrum; Spinal Cord / pathology; Spinal Cord / surgery; Spinal Cord Injuries / pathology; Stem Cell Transplantation / methods; Swine; Swine, Miniature / surgery
TL;DR: It is demonstrated that transection of the sacrocaudal spinal cord in Yucatan SCNT clones produces profound, quantifiable neurological deficits restricted to the tail, which represents a powerful research tool to investigate the effect of cellular transplantation on axonal regeneration and functional recovery. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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