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Short communication: Mouse mammary tumor virus driven α-lactalbumin expression effects on lactation and fertility of transgenic mice.

Le Guillou S, Tilly G, Passet B, Lefèvre L, Vilotte M, Costa J, Le Provost F, Vilotte JL.

J Dairy Sci. 2011 May;94(5):2418-24. doi: 10.3168/jds.2010-4034.

PMID:
21524533
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Transgenic mice carrying the guinea-pig alpha-lactalbumin gene transcribe milk protein genes in their sebaceous glands during lactation.

Maschio A, Brickell PM, Kioussis D, Mellor AL, Katz D, Craig RK.

Biochem J. 1991 Apr 15;275 ( Pt 2):459-67.

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Short communication: effects of increased expression of alpha-lactalbumin in transgenic mice on milk yield and pup growth.

Boston WS, Bleck GT, Conroy JC, Wheeler MB, Miller DJ.

J Dairy Sci. 2001 Mar;84(3):620-2.

PMID:
11286415
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Increased milk yield in transgenic mice expressing insulin-like growth factor 1.

Su HY, Cheng WT.

Anim Biotechnol. 2004 May;15(1):9-19.

PMID:
15248597
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Cause of failure of lactation in mouse mammary tumor virus/human transforming growth factor alpha transgenic mice.

Sakai S, Mizuno M, Harigaya T, Yamamoto K, Mori T, Coffey RJ, Nagasawa H.

Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1994 Mar;205(3):236-42.

PMID:
8171044
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Altered mammary epithelial development, pattern formation and involution in transgenic mice expressing the EphB4 receptor tyrosine kinase.

Munarini N, Jäger R, Abderhalden S, Zuercher G, Rohrbach V, Loercher S, Pfanner-Meyer B, Andres AC, Ziemiecki A.

J Cell Sci. 2002 Jan 1;115(Pt 1):25-37.

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Lactation is disrupted by alpha-lactalbumin deficiency and can be restored by human alpha-lactalbumin gene replacement in mice.

Stacey A, Schnieke A, Kerr M, Scott A, McKee C, Cottingham I, Binas B, Wilde C, Colman A.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995 Mar 28;92(7):2835-9.

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Local over-expression of prolactin in differentiating mouse mammary gland induces functional defects and benign lesions, but no carcinoma.

Manhès C, Kayser C, Bertheau P, Kelder B, Kopchick JJ, Kelly PA, Touraine P, Goffin V.

J Endocrinol. 2006 Aug;190(2):271-85.

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A milk protein gene promoter directs the expression of human tissue plasminogen activator cDNA to the mammary gland in transgenic mice.

Pittius CW, Hennighausen L, Lee E, Westphal H, Nicols E, Vitale J, Gordon K.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1988 Aug;85(16):5874-8.

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Apoptosis and remodeling of mammary gland tissue during involution proceeds through p53-independent pathways.

Li M, Hu J, Heermeier K, Hennighausen L, Furth PA.

Cell Growth Differ. 1996 Jan;7(1):13-20.

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Transgenic alteration of sow milk to improve piglet growth and health.

Wheeler MB, Bleck GT, Donovan SM.

Reprod Suppl. 2001;58:313-24. Review.

PMID:
11980200
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Accurate spatial and temporal transgene expression driven by a 3.8-kilobase promoter of the bovine beta-casein gene in the lactating mouse mammary gland.

Cerdán MG, Young JI, Zino E, Falzone TL, Otero V, Torres HN, Rubinstein M.

Mol Reprod Dev. 1998 Mar;49(3):236-45.

PMID:
9491375
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Expression of constitutively activated Akt in the mammary gland leads to excess lipid synthesis during pregnancy and lactation.

Schwertfeger KL, McManaman JL, Palmer CA, Neville MC, Anderson SM.

J Lipid Res. 2003 Jun;44(6):1100-12. Epub 2003 Apr 16.

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Lactational performance of first-parity transgenic gilts expressing bovine alpha-lactalbumin in their milk.

Noble MS, Rodriguez-Zas S, Cook JB, Bleck GT, Hurley WL, Wheeler MB.

J Anim Sci. 2002 Apr;80(4):1090-6.

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Expression of a truncated Int3 gene in developing secretory mammary epithelium specifically retards lobular differentiation resulting in tumorigenesis.

Gallahan D, Jhappan C, Robinson G, Hennighausen L, Sharp R, Kordon E, Callahan R, Merlino G, Smith GH.

Cancer Res. 1996 Apr 15;56(8):1775-85.

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Inappropriate P-cadherin expression in the mouse mammary epithelium is compatible with normal mammary gland function.

Radice GL, Sauer CL, Kostetskii I, Peralta Soler A, Knudsen KA.

Differentiation. 2003 Aug;71(6):361-73.

PMID:
12919105

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