Generation of mice from wild-type and targeted ES cells by nuclear cloning

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Figure 1: Targeted insertion at the ROSA26 locus in cloned mice.

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Acknowledgements

We thank H. Bujard for the rtTA2 construct. This work was supported by a grant from the NIH.

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Correspondence to Rudolf Jaenisch.

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Rideout, W., Wakayama, T., Wutz, A. et al. Generation of mice from wild-type and targeted ES cells by nuclear cloning. Nat Genet 24, 109–110 (2000) doi:10.1038/72753

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