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    1. Inuzuka, H; Yamanouchi, K; Tachi, C; Tojo, H
      A transgenic mouse model for investigating the response of the upstream region of whey acidic protein (WAP) gene to various steroid hormones

      EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
    2. Nicholas, KR; Fisher, JA; Muths, E; Trott, J; Janssens, PA; Reich, C; Shaw, DC
      Secretion of whey acidic protein and cystatin is down regulated at mid-lactation in the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Van Cott, KE; Lubon, H; Gwazdauskas, FC; Knight, J; Drohan, WN; Velander, WH
      Recombinant human protein C expression in the milk of transgenic pigs and the effect on endogenous milk immunoglobulin and transferrin levels

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    4. Kumura, H; Tanaka, A; Abo, Y; Yui, S; Shimazaki, K; Kobayashi, E; Sayama, K
      Primary culture of porcine mammary epithelial cells as a model system for evaluation of milk protein expression

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Rival, S; Attal, J; Delville-Giraud, C; Yerle, M; Laffont, P; Rogel-Gaillard, C; Houdebine, LM
      Cloning, transcription and chromosomal localization of the porcine whey acidic protein gene and its expression in HC11 cell line

      GENE
    6. Van Reenen, CG; Meuwissen, THE; Hopster, H; Oldenbroek, K; Kruip, TAM; Blokhuis, HJ
      Transgenesis may affect farm animal welfare: A case for systematic risk assessment

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    7. Wall, RJ; Paleyanda, RK; Foster, JA; Powell, A; Rexroad, C; Lubon, H
      DNA preparation method can influence outcome of transgenic animal experiments

      ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    8. Houdebine, LM
      Transgenic animal bioreactors

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    9. Boisgard, R; Chanat, E
      Phospholipase D-dependent and -independent mechanisms are involved in milkprotein secretion in rabbit mammary epithelial cells

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    10. Christa, L; Pauloin, A; Simon, MT; Stinnakre, MG; Fontaine, ML; Delpal, S; Ollivier-Bousquet, M; Brechot, C; Devinoy, E
      High expression of the human hepatocarcinoma-intestine-pancreas/pancreatic-associated protein (HIP/PAP) gene in the mammary gland of lactating transgenic mice - Secretion into the milk and purification of the HIP/PAP lectin

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Utomo, ARH; Nikitin, AY; Lee, WH
      Temporal, spatial, and cell type-specific control of Cre-mediated DNA recombination in transgenic mice

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    12. Castro, FO; Limonta, J; Rodriguez, A; Aguirre, A; de la Fuente, J; Aguilar, A; Ramos, B; Hayes, O
      Transgenic rabbits for the production of biologically-active recombinant proteins in the milk

      GENETIC ANALYSIS-BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
    13. Barash, I; Faerman, A; Richenstein, M; Kari, R; Damary, GM; Shani, M; Bissell, MJ
      In vivo and in vitro expression of human serum albumin genomic sequences in mammary epithelial cells with beta-lactoglobulin and whey acidic protein promoters

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    14. Prieto, PA; Kopchick, JJ; Kelder, B
      Transgenic animals and nutrition research

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Wall, RJ
      Biotechnology for the production of modified and innovative animal products: transgenic livestock bioreactors

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    16. Ben Mepham, T; Combes, RD; Balls, M; Barbieri, O; Blokhuis, HJ; Costa, P; Crilly, RE; Buning, TD; Delpire, VC; O'Hare, MJ; Houdebine, LM; van Kreijl, CF; van der Meer, M; Reinhardt, CA; Wolf, E; van Zeller, AM
      The use of transgenic animals in the European Union - The report and recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 28 (Reprinted from ATLA, vol 26, 1998)

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    17. Rosen, JM; Wyszomierski, SL; Hadsell, D
      Regulation of milk protein gene expression

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    18. Murray, JD
      Genetic modification of animals in the next century

      THERIOGENOLOGY
    19. Pollock, DP; Kutzko, JP; Birck-Wilson, E; Williams, JL; Echelard, Y; Meade, HM
      Transgenic milk as a method for the production of recombinant antibodies

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS
    20. Delmas, V; Pla, P; Feracci, H; Thiery, JP; Kemler, R; Larue, L
      Expression of the cytoplasmic domain of E-cadherin induces precocious mammary epithelial alveolar formation and affects cell polarity and cell-matrixintegrity

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Zhang, M; Magit, D; Botteri, F; Shi, HY; He, KW; Li, ML; Furth, P; Sager, R
      Maspin plays an important role in mammary gland development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Murray, JD; Maga, EA
      Changing the composition and properties of milk

      TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN AGRICULTURE
    23. CASTILLA J; PINTADO B; SOLA I; SANCHEZMORGADO JM; ENJUANES L
      ENGINEERING PASSIVE-IMMUNITY IN TRANSGENIC MICE SECRETING VIRUS-NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES IN MILK

      Nature biotechnology
    24. VILOTTE JL; LHUILLIER P; MERCIER JC
      MODIFICATION AND REPRESSION OF GENES EXPRESSED IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND USING GENE TARGETING AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES

      Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia
    25. LEE TH; KIM SJ; HAN YM; YU DY; LEE CS; CHOI YJ; MOON HB; BAIK MG; LEE KK
      MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGION SEQUENCES ENHANCED THE EXPRESSION FREQUENCY OF A WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN HUMAN LACTOFERRIN FUSION GENE IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND OF TRANSGENIC MICE

      Molecules and Cells
    26. Husler, MR; Kotopoulis, KA; Sundberg, JP; Tennent, BJ; Kunig, SV; Knowles, BB
      Lactation-induced WAP-SV40 Tag transgene expression in C57BL/6J mice leadsto mammary carcinoma

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    27. Aguirre, A; Castro-Palomino, N; de la Fuente, J; Castro, FO
      Expression of human erythropoietin transgenes and of the endogenous wap gene in the mammary gland of transgenic rabbits during gestation and lactation

      TRANSGENIC RESEARCH
    28. SEAGROVES TN; KRNACIK S; RAUGHT B; GAY J; BURGESSBEUSSE B; DARLINGTON GJ; ROSEN JM
      C EBP-BETA, BUT NOT C/EBP-ALPHA, IS ESSENTIAL FOR DUCTAL MORPHOGENESIS, LOBULOALVEOLAR PROLIFERATION, AND FUNCTIONAL-DIFFERENTIATION IN THEMOUSE MAMMARY-GLAND/

      Genes & development
    29. Kannius-Janson, M; Lidberg, U; Hulten, K; Gritli-Linde, A; Bjursell, G; Nilsson, J
      Studies of the regulation of the mouse carboxyl ester lipase gene in mammary gland

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    30. BENMEPHAM T; COMBES RD; BALLS M; BARBIERI O; BUNING TD; BLOKHUIS HJ; COSTA P; BUNING TDC; DELPIRE VC; OHARE MJ; HOUDEBINE LM; VANKREIJL CF; VANDERMEER M; REINHARDT CA; WOLF E; VANZELLER AM
      THE USE OF TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN THE EUROPEAN-UNION

      ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals
    31. STROMQVIST M; HOUDEBINE LM; ANDERSSON JO; EDLUND A; JOHANSSON T; VIGLIETTA C; PUISSANT C; HANSSON L
      RECOMBINANT HUMAN EXTRACELLULAR-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE PRODUCED IN MILKOF TRANSGENIC RABBITS

      Transgenic research
    32. VANCOTT KE; LUBON H; RUSSELL CG; BUTLER SP; GWAZDAUSKAS FC; KNIGHT J; DROHAN WN; VELANDER WH
      PHENOTYPIC AND GENOTYPIC STABILITY OF MULTIPLE LINES OF TRANSGENIC PIGS EXPRESSING RECOMBINANT HUMAN PROTEIN-C

      Transgenic research
    33. LIU XW; ROBINSON GW; WAGNER KU; GARRETT L; WYNSHAWBORIS A; HENNIGHAUSEN L
      STAT5A IS MANDATORY FOR ADULT MAMMARY-GLAND DEVELOPMENT AND LACTOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    34. WALL RJ; KERR DE; BONDIOLI KR
      TRANSGENIC DAIRY-CATTLE - GENETIC-ENGINEERING ON A LARGE-SCALE

      Journal of dairy science
    35. LI ML; HU JD; HEERMEIER K; HENNIGHAUSEN L; FURTH PA
      EXPRESSION OF A VIRAL ONCOPROTEIN DURING MAMMARY-GLAND DEVELOPMENT ALTERS CELL FATE AND FUNCTION - INDUCTION OF P53-INDEPENDENT APOPTOSIS IS FOLLOWED BY IMPAIRED MILK PROTEIN-PRODUCTION IN SURVIVING CELLS

      Cell growth & differentiation
    36. LI ML; HU JD; HEERMEIER K; HENNIGHAUSEN L; FURTH PA
      APOPTOSIS AND REMODELING OF MAMMARY-GLAND TISSUE DURING INVOLUTION PROCEEDS THROUGH P53-INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS

      Cell growth & differentiation
    37. MCKNIGHT RA; SPENCER M; WALL RJ; HENNIGHAUSEN L
      SEVERE POSITION EFFECTS IMPOSED ON A 1 KB MOUSE WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN GENE PROMOTER ARE OVERCOME BY HETEROLOGOUS MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    38. WALL RJ; REXROAD CE; POWELL A; SHAMAY A; MCKNIGHT R; HENNIGHAUSEN L
      SYNTHESIS AND SECRETION OF THE MOUSE WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN IN TRANSGENIC SHEEP

      Transgenic research
    39. NIEMANN H; HALTER R; ESPANION G; WRENZYCKI C; HERRMANN D; LEMME E; CARNWATH JW; PAUL D
      EXPRESSION OF HUMAN BLOOD-CLOTTING FACTOR-VIII (FVIII) CONSTRUCTS IN THE MAMMARY-GLAND OF TRANSGENIC MICE AND SHEEP

      Journal of animal breeding and genetics
    40. ESPANION G; NIEMANN H
      METHODOLOGY OF PRODUCTION AND APPLICATION PERSPECTIVES FOR TRANSGENICLIVESTOCK

      DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift
    41. WALL RJ
      TRANSGENIC LIVESTOCK - PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE

      Theriogenology
    42. YARUS S; ROSEN JM; COLE AM; DIAMOND G
      PRODUCTION OF ACTIVE BOVINE TRACHEAL ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDE IN MILK OFTRANSGENIC MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. NEUENSCHWANDER S; SCHWARTZ A; WOOD TL; ROBERTS CT; HENNINGHAUSEN L; LEROITH D
      INVOLUTION OF THE LACTATING MAMMARY-GLAND IS INHIBITED BY THE IGF SYSTEM IN A TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODEL

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    44. ILAN N; BARASH I; RAIKHINSTEIN M; FAERMAN A; SHANI M
      BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN HUMAN SERUM-ALBUMIN FUSION GENES DO NOT RESPOND ACCURATELY TO SIGNALS FROM THE EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX IN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS FROM TRANSGENIC MICE/

      Experimental cell research
    45. ROSEN JM; LI S; RAUGHT B; HADSELL D
      THE MAMMARY-GLAND AS A BIOREACTOR - FACTORS REGULATING THE EFFICIENT EXPRESSION OF MILK PROTEIN-BASED TRANSGENES

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    46. WEN JY; KAWAMATA Y; TOJO H; TANAKA S; TACHI C
      EXPRESSION OF WHEY ACIDIC PROTEIN (WAP) GENES IN TISSUES OTHER THAN THE MAMMARY-GLAND IN NORMAL AND TRANSGENIC MICE EXPRESSING MWAP HGH FUSION GENE/

      Molecular reproduction and development
    47. ROBINSON GW; MCKNIGHT RA; SMITH GH; HENNIGHAUSEN H
      MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS UNDERGO SECRETORY DIFFERENTIATION IN CYCLINGVIRGINS BUT REQUIRE PREGNANCY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      Development
    48. BARANYI M; BRIGNON G; ANGLADE P; RIBADEAUDUMAS B
      NEW DATA ON THE PROTEINS OF RABBIT (ORYCTOLAGUS-CUNICULUS) MILK

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    49. WILMUT I; WHITELAW CBA
      STRATEGIES FOR PRODUCTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL PROTEINS IN MILK

      Reproduction, fertility and development
    50. PALEYANDA RK; ZHANG DW; HENNIGHAUSEN L; MCKNIGHT RA; LUBON H
      REGULATION OF HUMAN PROTEIN-C GENE-EXPRESSION BY THE MOUSE WAP PROMOTER

      Transgenic research
    51. HOUDEBINE LM
      PRODUCTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL PROTEINS FROM TRANSGENIC ANIMALS

      Journal of biotechnology
    52. HENNINGHAUSEN L
      THE MAMMARY-GLAND AS A BIOREACTOR

      Zuchtungskunde
    53. MERCIER JC; VILOTTE JL
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MILK PROTEIN GENES

      Journal of dairy science


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