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K Horiguchi, S Yagi, K Ono, Y Nishiura, M Tanaka, M Ishida, and T Harigaya

identified a 22 kDa protein with PRL immunoreactivity in culture supernatants from mouse thymocytes and splenocytes, and demonstrated that these cells synthesize this protein. Lymphoid cells ectopically produce PRL-like proteins ( Gellersen et al. 1991

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Daniel Nyqvist, Göran Mattsson, Martin Köhler, Varda Lev-Ram, Arne Andersson, Per-Ola Carlsson, Astrid Nordin, Per-Olof Berggren, and Leif Jansson

transplanted islets, we have investigated glucose homeostasis and function of the pancreatic islets in the transgenic YC-3.0 mouse. The YC-3.0 mouse is characterized by expression of the yellow chameleon 3.0 (YC-3.0) protein under regulation of both the β

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Yun Wang, Yue Zheng, Patsy M Nishina, and Jürgen K Naggert

the future ( Ford et al . 2002 ). Despite its high prevalence, the pathogenesis of MS is not completely understood ( Olufadi & Byrne 2008 ). Although existing mouse models have been fundamental to advancing our knowledge of the basis of obesity, type

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Ana Tiganescu, Melanie Hupe, Yoshikazu Uchida, Theodora Mauro, Peter M Elias, and Walter M Holleran

GC synthesis during wound repair ( Vukelic et al . 2011 ), the regulation of 11β-HSDs during wound healing remains unexplored. In this report, we examined 11β-HSD and steroidogenic enzyme expression and activity during mouse skin wound healing

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F E Utama, M J LeBaron, L M Neilson, A S Sultan, A F Parlow, K-U Wagner, and H Rui

). Before new drugs against breast cancer are allowed into clinical trials, promising effects on human breast cancer xenografted into immunodeficient mice are required. The hormonal environment of the mouse host is generally considered to be appropriate for

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Hong-Tao Zheng, Tao Fu, Hai-Yi Zhang, Zhen-Shan Yang, Zhan-Hong Zheng, and Zeng-Ming Yang

uteri. Ovariectomized mice were used to examine the effects of P4 following 2 weeks of recovery. The ovariectomized mice received a single s.c. injection of P4 (1 mg/mouse, Sigma-Aldrich). The control mice received vehicle (sesame oil, 0.1 mL/mouse

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W S Zawalich, H Yamazaki, K C Zawalich, and G Cline

islets, the responses from mouse islets to glucose are notably different. Most dramatic is the smaller flat but sustained secretory response to glucose stimulation observed in studies using the perfused pancreas or isolated perifused mouse islets ( Lenzen

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Cristina Aresté, M Jesús Melià, Joan Isern, José Luis Tovar, and Anna Meseguer

-steroid regulation of the mouse S A gene and compared them with the protein profile obtained using specific antibodies raised against S A -derived synthetic peptides. Moreover, we determined the genomic organization of the mouse S A gene and identified its

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Iris Boraschi-Diaz, Josephine T Tauer, Omar El-Rifai, Delphine Guillemette, Geneviève Lefebvre, Frank Rauch, Mathieu Ferron, and Svetlana V Komarova

oxidation in muscle cells ( Mera et al . 2016 ). Bone histomorphometric studies have shown that children and adolescents with OI have increased rates of bone formation and resorption ( Rauch et al . 2000 , 2010 ). Similarly, several mouse models of OI

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Joyce Wang, Qing Qiu, Maliha Haider, Michael Bell, Andrée Gruslin, and Julian K Christians

in the mouse ( Qin et al . 2002 , Soe et al . 2002 ). Nevertheless, Pappa plays an important role in fetal development as Pappa -deficient mice show delayed and impaired growth ( Conover et al . 2004 ). Recently, another protease similar to