Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, June 4th, 2009
"Here we report that the lack of AR in B cells in different strains of mice, namely general AR knockout, B cell-specific AR knockout, and naturally occurring testicular feminization mutation AR-mutant mice, as well as castrated wild-type mice, results in increased B cells in blood and bone marrow. Analysis of the targeted mice, together with bone marrow transplantation using Rag1(-/-) recipients, overexpression of retrovirally encoded AR-cDNA,...
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