High expression of cloned immunoglobulin k gene in transgenic mice is restricted to B lymphocytes View Full Text


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1984-07

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Ursula Storb, Rebecca L. O'Brien, Michael D. McMullen, Katherine A. Gollahon, Ralph L. Brinster

ABSTRACT

Immunoglobulin genes are normally expressed only in cells of the B lymphocyte lineage after a variable (V) and constant (C) gene rearrangement has occurred1. To study the control of immunoglobulin gene expression in a defined situation, we have produced transgenic mice by microinjecting a rearranged mouse immunoglobulin k gene (designated pB1-14) into fertilized mouse eggs2. We present here the analysis of six different k-transgenic mouse lines. All the transgenic mice express the microinjected k gene in a completely tissue-specific fashion. Transcripts from pB1-14 are found at a high level in the spleen, but are undetectable in nonlymphoid tissues of testis, liver, kidney, heart, muscle, brain and thyroid gland. In lymphoid cell subpopulations, the level of pB1-14 transcripts is correlated with the relative number of B cells; there is no correlation with the proportion of T lymphocytes. We concluded, therefore, that the microinjected k gene contains target sequences for B lymphocyte-specific gene activation signals that override the influence of the integration site. More... »

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238-241

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