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2008
Kunath T.  2008.  Transgenic RNA interference to investigate gene function in the mouse.Methods Mol Biol. 461:165-86.
2003
Meunier D, Peters T, Lüttges A, Curfs J, Fundele R.  2003.  Preferential expression of the G90 gene in post-mitotic cells during mouse embryonic development.Anat Embryol (Berl). 207(2):109-17.
1998
Henderson CJ, Smith AG, Ure J, Brown K, Bacon EJ, Wolf CR.  1998.  Increased skin tumorigenesis in mice lacking pi class glutathione S-transferases.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 95(9):5275-80.
1994
Mountford P, Zevnik B, Düwel A, Nichols J, Li M, Dani C, Robertson M, Chambers I, Smith A.  1994.  Dicistronic targeting constructs: reporters and modifiers of mammalian gene expression.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 91(10):4303-7.
1993
Skarnes WC.  1993.  The identification of new genes: gene trapping in transgenic mice.Curr Opin Biotechnol. 4(6):684-9.
1992
Beddington RS, Rashbass P, Wilson V.  1992.  Brachyury--a gene affecting mouse gastrulation and early organogenesis.Dev Suppl. :157-65.
1991
Ganten D, Lindpaintner K, Ganten U, Peters J, Zimmermann F, Bader M, Mullins JJ.  1991.  Transgenic rats: new animal models in hypertension research. Invited lecture.Hypertension. 17(6 Pt 2):843-55.
1990
Mehtali M, LeMeur M, Lathe R.  1990.  The methylation-free status of a housekeeping transgene is lost at high copy number.Gene. 91(2):179-84.
1988
Harrison PR, Plumb M, Frampton J, Chambers I, Llewellyn D, Chester J, Macleod K, Fleming J, O'Prey J, Walker M.  1988.  cis and trans control of erythroid cell-specific gene expression during erythropoiesis.J Cell Sci Suppl. 10:145-55.
Harrison PR, Plumb M, Frampton J, Llewellyn D, Chester J, Chambers I, Macleod K, Fleming J, O'Prey J, Walker M.  1988.  Regulation of erythroid cell-specific gene expression during erythropoiesis.Br J Cancer Suppl. 9:46-51.
1986
Chambers I, Frampton J, Goldfarb P, Affara N, McBain W, Harrison PR.  1986.  The structure of the mouse glutathione peroxidase gene: the selenocysteine in the active site is encoded by the 'termination' codon, TGA.EMBO J. 5(6):1221-7.