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Cre-Lox Facts

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6 Facts You May Not Know About Cre-Lox By Richard Row, PhD The basics of conditional knockout mice are familiar to any researcher who uses mouse models, even if this model type isn’t yet a part of your research. Using the Cre-lox system in an experiment seems simple: two lines are crossed, one with tissue-specific […]

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Gaining Inducible Control

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By Kristen Coughlin Inducible Control of Your Tissue-Specific Animal Model The Cre-lox system is commonly used to provide tissue-specific gene knockout.  In order for this to happen in vivo, two mouse lines are mated together – The tissue-specific Cre line and a second mouse line containing your gene of interest flanked by loxP sites (floxed […]

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