Research Tools: Animal Models & Transgenic Mice

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Inventors

Title

Publication

HW. Chu

R. Martin

SPLUNC1 knock out mice

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

Mouse strain expressing a T cell receptor specific for a schistosomal antigen plus IAb 

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R. O'Brien

W. Born

C57BL/10 Targeted Mutation Mouse Strain that Develops Spontaneous Keratitis

Summary

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

C57BL/6 transgenic mice strain expressing GFP ubiquitously

Summary

Abstract  

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

T cell receptor Vb8.1 transgenic mice

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J. Kappler

P. Marrack

Tamoxiphen inducible HIF1a transgenic mice

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J. Kappler

P. Marrack

Bcl-6 transgenic mice

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J. Kappler

P. Marrack

CD3 epsilon mutant S transgenic mice

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J. Kappler

P. Marrack

CD3 epsilon mutant T transgenic mice

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J. Kappler

P. Marrack

Bcl-3 transgenic mice

Abstract

J. Kappler

P. Marrack

Five TCR transgenic mice designated 20.4, 62.8, 3K-35, 56-3K and 508-3K

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