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By Donna H. Wang
Michigan kingdom Univ., East Lansing. interprets wisdom into reproducible equipment than allow biomedical researchers to discover the function of angiotensin in health and wellbeing and ailment. Covers genetic manipulation of detailed genes. comprises tools for useful experiences of the renin-angiotensin approach. DNLM: Renin - Angiotensin System-physiology
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3). The STOP signal is surrounded by loxP sites. In the absence of cre-recombinase, transcripts initiating at the promoter are terminated before entering the protein coding portion of the construct. In the presence of cre-recombinase, the STOP signal is eliminated and the transgene is activated. This type of temporal control over gene activation was employed by Lakso et al. (17) to study tumorigenesis in the lens of the eye. Other examples of cre-mediated gene activation have been reported (18).