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    1. Sarmasik, A; Jang, IK; Chun, CZ; Lu, JK; Chen, TT
      Transgenic live-bearing fish and crustaceans produced by transforming immature gonads with replication-defective pantropic retroviral vectors

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    2. Hsiao, CD; Hsieh, FJ; Tsai, HJ
      Enhanced expression and stable transmission of transgenes flanked by inverted terminal repeats from adeno-associated virus in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Giraldo, P; Montoliu, L
      Size matters: Use of YACs, BACs and PACs in transgenic animals

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    4. Udvadia, AJ; Koster, RW; Skene, JHP
      GAP-43 promoter elements in transgenic zebrafish reveal a difference in signals for axon growth during CNS development and regeneration

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Zhou, L; Rowley, DL; Mi, QS; Sefcovic, N; Matthes, HWD; Kieffer, BL; Donovan, DM
      Murine inter-strain polymorphisms alter gene targeting frequencies at the mu opioid receptor locus in embryonic stem cells

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    6. Mattingly, CJ; McLachlan, JA; Toscano, WA
      Green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a marker of aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) function in developing zebrafish (Danio rerio)

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    7. Deschet, K; Thermes, V; Joly, JS
      The transgenesis among the Fishes

      BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE ZOOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE
    8. Eisen, EJ; Murray, JD
      Segregation ratios and growth rate in inactive ovine metallothionein 1a-ovine growth hormone transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    9. Mizuarai, S; Ono, K; Yamaguchi, K; Nishijima, K; Kamihira, M; Iijima, S
      Production of transgenic quails with high frequency of germ-line transmission using VSV-G pseudotyped retroviral vector

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Paielli, DL; Wing, MS; Rogulski, KR; Gilbert, JD; Kolozsvary, A; Kim, JH; Hughes, J; Schnell, M; Thompson, T; Freytag, SO
      Evaluation of the biodistribution, persistence, toxicity, and potential ofgerm-line transmission of a replication-competent human adenovirus following intraprostatic administration in the mouse

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    11. Gibbs, PDL; Schmale, MC
      GFP as a genetic marker scorable throughout the life cycle of transgenic zebra fish

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    12. Amanuma, K; Takeda, H; Amanuma, H; Aoki, Y
      Transgenic zebrafish for detecting mutations caused by compounds in aquatic environments

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    13. Liang, MR; Alestrom, P; Collas, P
      Glowing zebrafish: Integration, transmission, and expression of a single luciferase transgene promoted by noncovalent DNA-nuclear transport peptide complexes

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    14. Dodd, A; Curtis, PM; Williams, LC; Love, DA
      Zebrafish: bridging the gap between development and disease

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    15. Kawakami, K; Amsterdam, A; Shimoda, N; Becker, T; Mugg, J; Shima, A; Hopkins, N
      Proviral insertions in the zebrafish hagoromo gene, encoding an F-box/WD40-repeat protein, cause stripe pattern anomalies

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    16. Ledermann, B
      Embryonic stem cells and gene targeting

      EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Burgess, S; Hopkins, N
      Use of pseudotyped retroviruses in zebrafish as genetic tags

      APPLICATIONS OF CHIMERIC GENES AND HYBRID PROTEINS PT B
    18. Iredale, JP
      Gene knockouts

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY-MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY
    19. Sheela, SG; Pandian, TJ; Mathavan, S
      Electroporatic transfer, stable integration, expression and transmission of pZp beta ypGH and pZp beta rtGH in Indian catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch)

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    20. Yuen, PST
      Dominant negative mutants of guanylyl cyclase: Probes for global functionsand intramolecular mechanisms

      METHODS-A COMPANION TO METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY
    21. Caldovic, L; Agalliu, D; Hackett, PB
      Position-independent expression of transgenes in zebrafish

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    22. Amacher, SL
      Transcriptional regulation during zebrafish embryogenesis

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    23. Konig, C; Yan, YL; Postlethwait, J; Wendler, S; Campos-Ortega, JA
      A recessive mutation leading to vertebral ankylosis in zebrafish is associated with amino acid alterations in the homologue of the human membrane-associated guanylate kinase DLG3

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    24. Amsterdam, A; Burgess, S; Golling, G; Chen, WB; Sun, ZX; Townsend, K; Farrington, S; Haldi, M; Hopkins, N
      A large-scale insertional mutagenesis screen in zebrafish

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    25. Mori, T; Devlin, RH
      Transgene and host growth hormone gene expression in pituitary and nonpituitary tissues of normal and growth hormone transgenic salmon

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    26. Kondoh, G; Yamamoto, Y; Yoshida, K; Suzuki, Y; Osuka, S; Nakano, Y; Morita, T; Takeda, J
      Easy assessment of ES cell clone potency for chimeric development and germ-line competency by an optimized aggregation method

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL METHODS
    27. Amsterdam, A; Hopkins, N
      Retrovirus-mediated insertional mutagenesis in zebrafish

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 60
    28. Ivics, Z; Izsvak, Z; Hackett, FB
      Genetic applications of transposons and other repetitive elements in zebrafish

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 60
    29. Meng, A; Jessen, JR; Lin, S
      Transgenesis

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 60
    30. Detrich, HW; Westerfield, M; Zon, LI
      Overview of the zebrafish system

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 59
    31. Peterson, KR
      Use of yeast artificial chromosomes to express genes in transgenic mice

      EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT GENES IN EUKARYOTIC SYSTEMS
    32. Martinez, R; Arenal, A; Estrada, MP; Herrera, F; Huerta, V; Vazquez, J; Sanchez, T; de la Fuente, J
      Mendelian transmission, transgene dosage and growth phenotype in transgenic tilapia (Oreochromis hornorum) showing ectopic expression of homologous growth hormone

      AQUACULTURE
    33. Rahman, MA; Maclean, N
      Growth performance of transgenic tilapia containing an exogenous piscine growth hormone gene

      AQUACULTURE
    34. Nam, YK; Noh, CH; Kim, DS
      Transmission and expression of an integrated reporter construct in three generations of transgenic mud leach (Misgurnus mizolepis)

      AQUACULTURE
    35. Gordon, JW
      Genetic enhancement in humans

      SCIENCE
    36. Roths, JB; Foxworth, WB; McArthur, MJ; Montgomery, CA; Kier, AB
      Spontaneous and engineered mutant mice as models for experimental and comparative pathology: History, comparison, and developmental technology

      LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
    37. Nagafuchi, S; Katsuta, H; Kogawa, K; Akashi, T; Kondo, S; Sakai, Y; Tsukiyama, T; Kitamura, D; Niho, Y; Watanabe, T
      Establishment of an embryonic stem (ES) cell line derived from a non-obesediabetic (NOD) mouse: in vivo differentiation into lymphocytes and potential for germ line transmission

      FEBS LETTERS
    38. Amatruda, JF; Zon, LI
      Dissecting hematopoiesis and disease using the zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Linney, E; Hardison, NL; Lonze, BE; Lyons, S; DiNapoli, L
      Transgene expression in zebrafish: A comparison of retroviral-vector and DNA-injection approaches

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. Cretekos, CJ; Grunwald, DJ
      alyron, an insertional mutation affecting early neural crest development in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    41. Pandian, TJ; Venugopal, T; Koteeswaran, R
      Problems and prospects of hormone, chromosome and gene manipulations in fish

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    42. Reaves, PY; Gelband, CH; Wang, HW; Yang, H; Berecek, KH; Katovich, MJ; Raizada, MK
      Permanent cardiovascular protection from hypertension by the AT(1) receptor antisense gene therapy in hypertensive rat offspring

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    43. Dunham, RA; Devlin, RH
      Comparison of traditional breeding and transgenesis in farmed fish with implications for growth enhancement and fitness

      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN AGRICULTURE
    44. MACLEAN N
      REGULATION AND EXPLOITATION OF TRANSGENES IN FISH

      Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
    45. HUXLEY C
      EXPLORING GENE-FUNCTION - USE OF YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME TRANSGENESIS

      Methods
    46. SUZUKI M; SINGH R; MOORE MAS; SONG WR; CRYSTAL RG
      SIMILARITY OF STRAIN-DEPENDENT AND ROUTE-DEPENDENT MURINE RESPONSES TO AN ADENOVIRUS VECTOR USING THE HOMOLOGOUS THROMBOPOIETIN CDNA AS THEREPORTER GENES

      Human gene therapy
    47. Peterson, KR; Navas, PA; Li, QL; Stamatoyannopoulos, G
      LCR-dependent gene expression in beta-globin YAC transgenics: detailed structural studies validate functional analysis even in the presence of fragmented YACs

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    48. Rahman, MA; Mak, R; Ayad, H; Smith, A; Maclean, N
      Expression of a novel piscine growth hormone gene results in growth enhancement in transgenic tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    49. Becker, TS; Burgess, SM; Amsterdam, AH; Allende, ML; Hopkins, N
      not really finished is crucial for development of the zebrafish outer retina and encodes a transcription factor highly homologous to human Nuclear Respiratory Factor-1 and avian Initiation Binding Repressor

      DEVELOPMENT
    50. ASSELBERGS FAM; GROSSENBACHER R; ORTMANN R; HENGERER B; MCMASTER GK; SUTTER E; WIDMER R; BUXTON F
      POSITION-INDEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF A HUMAN NERVE GROWTH FACTOR-LUCIFERASE REPORTER GENE CLONED ON A YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME VECTOR

      Nucleic acids research
    51. COLLAS P
      MODULATION OF PLASMID DNA METHYLATION AND EXPRESSION IN ZEBRAFISH EMBRYOS

      Nucleic acids research
    52. THOREY IS; MUTH K; RUSS AP; OTTE J; REFFELMANN A; VONMELCHNER H
      SELECTIVE DISRUPTION OF GENES TRANSIENTLY INDUCED IN DIFFERENTIATING MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS BY USING GENE TRAP MUTAGENESIS AND SITE-SPECIFIC RECOMBINATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    53. WEBBER AL; TILGHMAN SM
      THE ABSENCE OF ENHANCER COMPETITION BETWEEN IGF2 AND H19 FOLLOWING TRANSFER INTO DIFFERENTIATED CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    54. Sheela, SG; Chen, JD; Mathavan, S; Pandian, TJ
      Construction, electroporatic transfer and expression of Zp beta ypGH and Zp beta rtGH in zebrafish

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
    55. ARECHAGA J; BRINSTER R
      EMBRYO CULTURE, STEM-CELLS AND EXPERIMENTAL MODIFICATION OF THE EMBRYONIC GENOME - AN INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR BRINSTER,RALPH

      The International journal of developmental biology
    56. BAUCHWITZ R; COSTANTINI F
      YAC TRANSGENESIS - A STUDY OF CONDITIONS TO PROTECT YAC DNA FROM BREAKAGE AND A PROTOCOL FOR TRANSFECTION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    57. FADOOL JM; HARTL DL; DOWLING JE
      TRANSPOSITION OF THE MARINER ELEMENT FROM DROSOPHILA-MAURITIANA IN ZEBRAFISH

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    58. THOMAS JW; LAMANTIA C; MAGNUSON T
      X-RAY-INDUCED MUTATIONS IN MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    59. SIMPSON EM; LINDER CC; SARGENT EE; DAVISSON MT; MOBRAATEN LE; SHARP JJ
      GENETIC-VARIATION AMONG 129 SUBSTRAINS AND ITS IMPORTANCE FOR TARGETED MUTAGENESIS IN MICE

      Nature genetics
    60. LIU X; WU H; LORING J; HORMUZDI S; DISTECHE CM; BORNSTEIN P; JAENISCH R
      TRISOMY-8 IN ES CELLS IS A COMMON POTENTIAL PROBLEM IN GENE TARGETINGAND INTERFERES WITH GERM-LINE TRANSMISSION

      Developmental dynamics
    61. SAKAI N; BURGESS S; HOPKINS N
      DELAYED IN-VITRO FERTILIZATION OF ZEBRAFISH EGGS IN HANKS SALINE CONTAINING BOVINE SERUM-ALBUMIN

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    62. COLLAS P; ALESTROM P
      RAPID TARGETING OF PLASMID DNA TO ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO NUCLEI BY THE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNAL OF SV40 T-ANTIGEN

      Molecular marine biology and biotechnology
    63. MATSUSAKA T; ICHIKAWA I
      GENE TARGETING IN NEPHROLOGY

      Experimental nephrology
    64. SMITH DJ; RUBIN EM
      FUNCTIONAL SCREENING AND COMPLEX TRAITS - HUMAN 21Q22.2 SEQUENCES AFFECTING LEARNING IN MICE

      Human molecular genetics
    65. SKRYABIN BV; SCHMAUSS C
      ENHANCED SELECTION FOR HOMOLOGOUS-RECOMBINANT EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL CLONES WITH A NEOMYCIN PHOSPHOTRANSFERASE GENE IN ANTISENSE ORIENTATION

      Transgenic research
    66. RAZ F; VANLUENEN HGAM; SCHAERRINGER B; PLASTERK RHA; DRIEVER W
      TRANSPOSITION OF THE NEMATODE CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS TC3 ELEMENT IN THE ZEBRAFISH DANIO-RERIO

      Current biology
    67. SIN FYT
      TRANSGENIC FISH

      Reviews in fish biology and fisheries
    68. VASCOTTO SG; BECKHAM Y; KELLY GM
      THE ZEBRAFISHS SWIM TO FAME AS AN EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL IN BIOLOGY

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    69. IZSVAK Z; IVICS Z; HACKETT FB
      REPETITIVE ELEMENTS AND THEIR GENETIC APPLICATIONS IN ZEBRAFISH

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    70. COLLAS P; ALESTROM P
      NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SIGNALS - A DRIVING-FORCE FOR NUCLEAR TRANSPORT OF PLASMID DNA IN ZEBRAFISH

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    71. TUCKER RM; BURKE DT
      2 VECTORS FOR THE INSERTION OF MAMMALIAN SELECTABLE GENES INTO YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME CLONED DNA

      Gene
    72. WEI LN
      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS AS NEW APPROACHES IN PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology
    73. TUCKER KL; WANG YK; DAUSMAN J; JAENISCH R
      A TRANSGENIC MOUSE STRAIN EXPRESSING 4 DRUG-SELECTABLE MARKER GENES

      Nucleic acids research
    74. LIEN LL; LEE YS; ORKIN SH
      REGULATION OF THE MYELOID-CELL-EXPRESSED HUMAN GP91-PHOX GENE AS STUDIED BY TRANSFER OF YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME CLONES INTO EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS - SUPPRESSION OF A VARIEGATED CELLULAR-PATTERN OF EXPRESSIONREQUIRES A FULL COMPLEMENT OF DISTANT CIS-ELEMENTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    75. PETERSON KR; CLEGG CH; LI QL; STAMATOYANNOPOULOS G
      PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC MICE WITH YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES

      Trends in genetics
    76. SIN FYT; MUKHERJEE UK; WALKER L; SIN IL
      THE APPLICATION OF GENE-TRANSFER TECHNIQUES TO MARINE RESOURCE-MANAGEMENT - RECENT ADVANCES, PROBLEMS AND FUTURE-DIRECTIONS

      Hydrobiologia
    77. HIGASHIJIMA S; OKAMOTO H; UENO N; HOTTA Y; EGUCHI G
      HIGH-FREQUENCY GENERATION OF TRANSGENIC ZEBRAFISH WHICH RELIABLY EXPRESS GFP IN WHOLE MUSCLES OR THE WHOLE-BODY BY USING PROMOTERS OF ZEBRAFISH ORIGIN

      Developmental biology
    78. KUBISCH HM; LARSON MA; EICHEN PA; WILSON JM; ROBERTS RM
      ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED GENE-TRANSFER BY PERIVITELLINE MICROINJECTION OF MOUSE, RAT, AND COW EMBRYOS

      Biology of reproduction
    79. ALAM MS; LAVENDER FL; IYENGAR A; RAHMAN MA; AYAD HH; LATHE R; MORLEY SD; MACLEAN N
      COMPARISON OF THE ACTIVITY OF CARP AND RAT BETA-ACTIN GENE REGULATORYSEQUENCES IN TILAPIA AND RAINBOW-TROUT EMBRYOS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    80. BREM G; BESENFELDER U; AIGNER B; MULLER M; LIEBL I; SCHUTZ G; MONTOLIU L
      YAC TRANSGENESIS IN FARM-ANIMALS - RESCUE OF ALBINISM IN RABBITS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    81. COLLAS P; HUSEBYE H; ALESTROM P
      THE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION SEQUENCE OF THE SV40 TANTIGEN PROMOTES TRANSGENE UPTAKE AND EXPRESSION IN ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO NUCLEI

      Transgenic research
    82. IYENGAR A; MULLER F; MACLEAN N
      REGULATION AND EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES IN FISH - A REVIEW

      Transgenic research
    83. GRANATO M; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      FISHING FOR GENES-CONTROLLING DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    84. HAFFTER P; ODENTHAL J; MULLINS MC; LIN S; FARRELL MJ; VOGELSANG E; HAAS F; BRAND M; VANEEDEN FJM; FURUTANISEIKI M; GRANATO M; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; HEISENBERG CP; JIANG YJ; KANE DA; KELSH RN; HOPKINS N; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      MUTATIONS AFFECTING PIGMENTATION AND SHAPE OF THE ADULT ZEBRAFISH

      Development, genes and evolution
    85. GREGOROVA S; MNUKOVAFAJDELOVA M; TRACHTULEC Z; CAPKOVA J; LOUDOVA M; HOGLUND M; HAMVAS R; LEHRACH H; VINCEK V; KLEIN J; FOREJT J
      SUB-MILLIMORGAN MAP OF THE PROXIMAL PART OF MOUSE CHROMOSOME-17 INCLUDING THE HYBRID STERILITY-1 GENE

      Mammalian genome
    86. ALLENDE ML; AMSTERDAM A; BECKER T; KAWAKAMI K; GAIANO N; HOPKINS N
      INSERTIONAL MUTAGENESIS IN ZEBRAFISH IDENTIFIES 2 NOVEL GENES, PESCADILLO AND DEAD EYE, ESSENTIAL FOR EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    87. WAGNER SD; GROSS G; COOK GP; DAVIES SL; NEUBERGER MS
      ANTIBODY EXPRESSION FROM THE CORE REGION OF THE HUMAN IGH LOCUS RECONSTRUCTED IN TRANSGENIC MICE USING BACTERIOPHAGE P1 CLONES

      Genomics
    88. GAIANO N; HOPKINS N
      INTRODUCING GENES INTO ZEBRAFISH

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, CR. Reviews on cancer
    89. GREENBERG BD; SAVAGE MJ; HOWLAND DS; ALI SM; SIEDLAK SL; PERRY G; SIMAN R; SCOTT RW
      APP TRANSGENESIS - APPROACHES TOWARD THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANIMAL-MODELSFOR ALZHEIMER-DISEASE NEUROPATHOLOGY

      Neurobiology of aging
    90. KAWAKAMI K; HOPKINS N
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF TRANSGENIC ZEBRAFISH

      Trends in genetics
    91. JASIN M; MOYNAHAN ME; RICHARDSON C
      TARGETED TRANSGENESIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    92. DRIEVER W; FISHMAN MC
      THE ZEBRAFISH - HERITABLE DISORDERS IN TRANSPARENT EMBRYOS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    93. DZIADEK M
      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS - HOW THEY ARE MADE AND THEIR ROLE IN ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND RESEARCH

      Australian Veterinary Journal
    94. CHEN TT; LU JK; SHAMBLOTT MJ; CHENG CM; LIN CM; BURNS JC; REIMSCHUESSEL R; CHATAKONDI N; DUNHAM RA
      TRANSGENIC FISH - IDEAL MODELS FOR BASIC RESEARCH AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

      Zoological studies
    95. BRANDON EP; IDZERDA RL; MCKNIGHT GS
      TARGETING THE MOUSE GENOME - A COMPENDIUM OF KNOCKOUTS .2.

      Current biology
    96. BUNGERT J; DAVE U; LIM KC; LIEUW KH; SHAVIT JA; LIU QH; ENGEL JD
      SYNERGISTIC REGULATION OF HUMAN BETA-GLOBIN GENE SWITCHING BY LOCUS-CONTROL REGION ELEMENTS HS3 AND HS4

      Genes & development
    97. SMITH DJ; ZHU YW; ZHANG JL; CHENG JF; RUBIN EM
      CONSTRUCTION OF A PANEL OF TRANSGENIC MICE CONTAINING A CONTIGUOUS 2-MB SET OF YAC P1 CLONES FROM HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 21Q22.2/

      Genomics
    98. COLETTA PL; CARTWRIGHT EJ; MARKHAM AF
      TRANSGENIC MODELS AND CANCER-TREATMENT

      Cancer treatment reviews
    99. DEVLIN RH; YESAKI TY; DONALDSON EM; HEW CL
      TRANSMISSION AND PHENOTYPIC EFFECTS OF AN ANTIFREEZE GH GENE CONSTRUCT IN COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS-KISUTCH)

      Aquaculture
    100. MOAV B; HINITS Y; GROLL Y; ROTHBARD S
      INHERITANCE OF RECOMBINANT CARP BETA-ACTIN GH CDNA GENE IN TRANSGENICCARP

      Aquaculture


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