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|Antigen/Gene or Protein Targets||Glutathione Transferase P1 and P2 (GSTP1, GSTP2)|
|Disease Keywords||Cancer; lung adenoma; drug metabolism & toxicity|
|Relevance||In vivo study of GSTP1/2 (regulator of protein synthesis/degradation) knockout in tumourigenesis, drug metabolism and toxicity; disease model for drug metabolism and toxicity; tumourigenesis model (skin, lung) (chemically induced)|
|Production Details||A Gstp1/2 targeting vector, replacing all of the Gstp1 gene and exons 6 and 7 of the Gstp2 gene with a resistance cassette, was transfected into E14Tg2a.IV ES cells. Properly targeted ES cells containing a homologous recombination event were selected, cloned, and injected into blastocysts. Chimeric mice were mated with MF1 mice to generate mice heterozygous for GSTP1/2 knockout. Heterozygous mice were interbred to generate mice homozygous for GSTP1/2 knockout.|
|Growth/Phenotype Keywords||Tumourigenesis (lung, skin); drug metabolism; drug toxicity|
|Mouse Genetic Background/Cross History||Available on both 129/C57BL/6 and C57BL6|
|Research Area||Cancer, DNA Damage and Repair, Genetic Studies Tools|
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