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Mov1  -  Moloney leukemia virus 1

Mus musculus

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Disease relevance of Mov1

 

High impact information on Mov1

  • From parents heterozygous at the loci Mov1 to Mov12, respectively, homozygous offspring were obtained with the expected Mendelian frequency [6].
  • Mov-13 mice activate infectious virus during embryogenesis, leading to a distinct pattern of virus expression in all tissues of the adult, but the viral genome in Mov-1 mice is activated only during the first two weeks after birth, leading to virus expression predominantly in lymphatic organs [7].
  • Four substrains, Mov-1 to Mov-4, were derived previously [7].
  • The exogenous Moloney leukemia virus (M-MuLV) was inserted into the germ line of mice by exposing embryos to virus at different stages of embryogenesis [7].
  • A detailed comparison between Mov-1 and Mov-13 mice demonstrated that the time of virus activation is different [7].
 

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