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Ralph L. Brinster
Ralph L. Brinster
Richard King Mellon Professor of Reproductive Physiology
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The c-myc oncogene driven by immunoglobulin enhancers induces lymphoid malignancy in transgenic mice
JM Adams, AW Harris, CA Pinkert, LM Corcoran, WS Alexander, S Cory, ...
Nature 318 (6046), 533-538, 1985
22131985
Dramatic growth of mice that develop from eggs microinjected with metallothionein–growth hormone fusion genes
RD Palmiter, RL Brinster, RE Hammer, ME Trumbauer, MG Rosenfeld, ...
Nature 300 (5893), 611-615, 1982
20241982
Spermatogenesis following male germ-cell transplantation.
RL Brinster, JW Zimmermann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (24), 11298-11302, 1994
19931994
Germ-line transformation of mice
RD Palmiter, RL Brinster
Annual review of genetics 20, 465, 1986
16591986
Production of transgenic rabbits, sheep and pigs by microinjection
RE Hammer, VG Pursel, CE Rexroad Jr, RJ Wall, DJ Bolt, KM Ebert, ...
Nature 315 (6021), 680-683, 1985
16301985
Factors affecting the efficiency of introducing foreign DNA into mice by microinjecting eggs.
RL Brinster, HY Chen, ME Trumbauer, MK Yagle, RD Palmiter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (13), 4438-4442, 1985
14601985
Germline transmission of donor haplotype following spermatogonial transplantation.
RL Brinster, MR Avarbock
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (24), 11303-11307, 1994
14211994
Growth factors essential for self-renewal and expansion of mouse spermatogonial stem cells
H Kubota, MR Avarbock, RL Brinster
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (47), 16489-16494, 2004
12212004
Introns increase transcriptional efficiency in transgenic mice.
RL Brinster, JM Allen, RR Behringer, RE Gelinas, RD Palmiter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (3), 836-840, 1988
10831988
Somatic expression of herpes thymidine kinase in mice following injection of a fusion gene into eggs
RL Brinster, HY Chen, M Trumbauer, AW Senear, R Warren, RD Palmiter
Cell 27 (1), 223-231, 1981
10061981
Metallothionein-human GH fusion genes stimulate growth of mice
RD Palmiter, G Norstedt, RE Gelinas, RE Hammer, RL Brinster
Science 222 (4625), 809-814, 1983
9581983
Overexpression of TGFα in transgenic mice: induction of epithelial hyperplasia, pancreatic metaplasia, and carcinoma of the breast
EP Sandgren, NC Luetteke, RD Palmiter, RL Brinster, DC Lee
Cell 61 (6), 1121-1135, 1990
9081990
Molecular pathogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma in hepatitis B virus transgenic mice
FV Chisari, K Klopchin, T Moriyama, C Pasquinelli, HA Dunsford, S Sell, ...
Cell 59 (6), 1145-1156, 1989
8941989
β1- and α6-integrin are surface markers on mouse spermatogonial stem cells
T Shinohara, MR Avarbock, RL Brinster
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (10), 5504-5509, 1999
7601999
Targeted disruption of metallothionein I and II genes increases sensitivity to cadmium.
BA Masters, EJ Kelly, CJ Quaife, RL Brinster, RD Palmiter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (2), 584-588, 1994
7541994
The effect of cells transferred into the mouse blastocyst on subsequent development
RL Brinster
The Journal of experimental medicine 140 (4), 1049-1056, 1974
7161974
Heterologous introns can enhance expression of transgenes in mice.
RD Palmiter, EP Sandgren, MR Avarbock, DD Allen, RL Brinster
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (2), 478-482, 1991
6951991
Replacement of diseased mouse liver by hepatic cell transplantation
JA Rhim, EP Sandgren, JL Degen, RD Palmiter, RL Brinster
Science 263 (5150), 1149-1152, 1994
6941994
Transplantation of testis germinal cells into mouse seminiferous tubules.
T Ogawa, JM Arechaga, MR Avarbock, RL Brinster
International Journal of Developmental Biology 41 (1), 111-122, 2003
6712003
Transgenic mice harboring SV40 T-antigen genes develop characteristic brain tumors
RL Brinster, HY Chen, A Messing, T van Dyke, AJ Levine, RD Palmiter
Cell 37 (2), 367-379, 1984
6681984
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