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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15633637/-the-transgenic-mice-specifically-express-cre-recombinase-in-central-nerve-system
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Ji-Po Sheng, Ning Hou, Xuan Cheng, Xiao Yang, Ji-Xian Deng
For specific expressing Cre recombinase in central nerve system (CNS), a transgenic construct (pGFAP-Cre-hGH), containing the beta-globin insulators, 1.8 kb of glial fibrillary acidic protein gene (GFAP) 5' end regulation region, Cre gene and polyA of human growth hormone gene (hGH) was generated, in which the 5' end regulation region of GFAP was isolated from a 129sv mouse genomic DNA library with PCR-screening. 7.6 kb of pGFAP-Cre-hGH DNA fragment was introduced into 191 fertilized eggs by microinjection...
December 2004: Yi Chuan Xue Bao, Acta Genetica Sinica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/645904/hyperglycemic-action-of-synthetic-c-terminal-fragments-of-human-growth-hormone
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F M Ng, J Bornstein
The synthetic peptides corresponding to amino acids 172-191, 176-191, 177-191, 178-191, 179-191, and 180-191 of human growth hormone (hGH) have been studied for their in vivo effects in normal rats. Four of the peptides (hGH 172-191, 176-191, 177-191, and 178-191) produced a short-lived rise in blood glucose and a more sustained rise in plasma insulin, whereas the other two (hGH 179-191 and 180-191) were inert in the systems tested. A single dose (5 nmol/kg body wt) of the peptides containing the amino acids sequence 178-191 of the hGH molecule significantly reduced insulin sensitivity of the animals in intravenous insulin tolerance tests...
May 1978: American Journal of Physiology
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