The aim of this study was to investigate PERV insertional
variations in different pig breeds using 11 selected PERV loci from Korean native pig (KNP) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) miniature pig bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) libraries.
This potential risk may stem from several reasons, including the oncogenic factor c-Myc, and the random integration into the cell's DNA of the virus that is used to carry the transcription factors -- a process known as insertional
1 cm using specialised non-stretchable measuring tapes (Zerfuss insertional
tapes, Ross Ltd, USA) .
Frequent provirus insertional
mutagenesis of Notch1 in thymomas of MMTVD/myc transgenic mice suggests a collaboration of c-myc and Notch1 for oncogenesis.
Partial thickness, articular-sided RC tears involving the insertional
fibers of the anterior-most aspect of the supraspinatus (Figure 5), sometimes referred to as rim-rents, are very common tears, but they are easily overlooked.
Large-scale, saturating insertional
mutagenesis of the mouse genome.
25) In a linker scanning mutagenesis study, insertional
substitutions of amino acid positions 373-379 severely impaired cholesterol ester transfer activity without dramatic impairment of secretion.
Initial electromyography (EMG) of the bilateral lower limbs and left upper limb revealed insertional
abnormalities in the form of positive sharp waves, resting fasciculation potentials, and some fibrillation potentials.
Subsequently, WGS of DNA isolated from her initial leukemic bone marrow aspirate and from her skin biopsy obtained when the patient was in remission led to the identification of a novel insertional
translocation on chromosome 17 that produced a pathogenic fusion of the PML (promyelocytic leukemia) and RARA (retinoic acid receptor, alpha) genes (i.
tendonosis without spurring shows improvement as well.
mutagenesis of Arabidopsis thaliana.
High-energy extracorporeal shock wave therapy as a treatment for insertional