The generation of transgenic mice by DNA microinjection is a powerful tool to investigate the molecular regulation of gene expression, development, and disease
TY - JOUR. T1 - α-Adrenergic receptor agonists, but not antagonists, alter the tail-flick latency when microinjected into the rostral ventromedial medulla of the lightly anesthetized rat. AU - Haws, C. M.. AU - Heinricher, Mary. AU - Fields, H. L.. PY - 1990/11/19. Y1 - 1990/11/19. N2 - The present experiments, part of an ongoing study designed to characterise the role norepinephrine (NE) in regulating the activity of putative nociceptive modulatory neurons in the rostral ventromedial medulla (RVM), assessed the effects of α-adrenergic receptor-selective agents on the nociceptive threshold (as measured by the tail-flick withdrawal response on noxious heat). These microinjection studies were carried out in the barbiturate-anesthetized rat, a preparation which is favourable for acute neurophysiological studies. The data obtained demonstrate that, as observed by others in the awake animal, activation of α2-adrenergic receptors in the RVM produces hypoalgesia. However, unlike in the awake animal, ...
D: The localization of Cy3-DNA fragments injected by yourself. Pink fluorescence: the Cy3-DNA fragments Blue fluorescence: the chromosomal DNAs. Transgene
(Phys.org) -Along with red, green is the color of this holiday season. And bright green is showing up in more than just decorations. In Guangdong Province in Southern China, ten transgenic piglets have been born this ...
Inactivation of Rac and Rho in NA13 cells inhibits EGF-induced actin rearrangements. Confocal micrographs of cells microinjected with an expression construct
Yoon, Sung-Hwan and Lee, Jun S. and Im, Ji-Sun and Xiong, Xugang and Cha, Nam-Goo and Mead, Joey L. and Barry, Carol M. F.. (2008) Effect of Tooling Surface Roughness in Micro-Injection Molding. In: MSEC. ...
Vacuum venting is a method proposed to improve feature replication in microparts that are fabricated using micro-injection molding (MIM). A qualitative and quantitative study has been carried out to investigate the effect of vacuum venting on the nano/microfeature replication in MIM. Anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) containing nanofeatures and a bulk metallic glass (BMG) tool mold containing microfeatures were used as mold inserts. The effect of vacuum pressure at constant vacuum time, and of vacuum time at constant vacuum pressure on the replication of these features is investigated. It is found that vacuum venting qualitatively enhances the nanoscale feature definition as well as increases the area of feature replication. In the quantitative study, higher aspect ratio (AR) features can be replicated more effectively using vacuum venting. Increasing both vacuum pressure and vacuum time are found to improve the depth of replication, with the vacuum pressure having more influence. Feature ...
In order to elucidate gene function and regulation, transgenic mouse models have become indispensable to genetic research. In particular, Gene Targeting, utilizing Homologous Recombination (HR) in cultured pluripotent embryonic stem (ES) cells, has become an integral tool to study specific gene function and regulation. However, highly sophisticated microinjection techniques are also still crucial methods for generating transgenic animal models. To overcome the current technical and biological limitations in gene targeting, two innovative approaches were developed in this work. One approach deals with targeted clone identification in gene targeting experiments by visualizing targeting events utilizing the presence of fluorescence genes. Therefore, we derived a double fluorescent ES cell line from the Cre reporter Gt(ROSA)26Sortm4(ACTB-tdTomato,-EGFP)Luo/J strain which expresses membrane-targeted tdTomato (mT) and upon Cre recombination, membrane-targeted EGFP (mG) on the Rosa26 locus. Animals ...
Transgenic rats have been used as model animals for human diseases and organ transplantation and as animal bioreactors for protein production. In general, transgenic rats are produced by pronuclear microinjection of exogenous DNA. Improvement of post-injection survival has been achieved by micro-vibration of the injection pipette. The promoter region, structural gene, chain length and strand ends of the exogenous DNA are not involved in the production efficiency of transgenic rats. Exogenous DNA prepared at 5 μg/ml seemed to be better integrated than lower and higher concentrations. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) has been successfully achieved in rats using a piezo-driven injection pipette. The ICSI technique has not only been applied to rescue infertile male strains but also to produce transgenic rats. The optimal DNA concentration for the ICSI-tg method (0.1 to 0.5 μg/ml) is lower than that for the conventional pronuclear microinjection. Production efficiency was improved when the ...
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The bed nucleus of stria terminalis (BNST) is a limbic forebrain structure involved in hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis regulation and stress adaptation. Inappropriate adaptation to stress is thought to compromise the organisms coping mechanisms, which have been implicated in the neurobiology of depression. However, the studies aimed at investigating BNST involvement in depression pathophysiology have yielded contradictory results. Therefore, the objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of temporary acute inactivation of synaptic transmission in the BNST by local microinjection of cobalt chloride (CoCl2) in rats subjected to the forced swimming test (FST). Rats implanted with cannulae aimed at the BNST were submitted to 15 min of forced swimming (pretest). Twenty-four hours later immobility time was registered in a new 5 min forced swimming session (test). Independent groups of rats received bilateral microinjections of CoCl2 (1 mM/100 nL) before or immediately after pretest or
Microinjection of DNA. Injection of linear DNA molecules into fertilized eggs (pronuclear stage) using an inverted microscope, micromanipulation equipment and injection / holding devices.. The first successful production of transgenic mice using pronuclear microinjection was reported in 1980 [1]. The pronuclear microinjection method of producing a transgenic animal results in the introduction of linear DNA sequences into the chromosomes of the fertilized eggs. If this transferred genetic material is integrated into one of the embryonic chromosomes, the animal will be born with a copy of this new information in every cell. The foreign DNA must be integrated into the genome prior to the doubling of the genetic material that precedes the first cleavage.. If this does not occur, only a few cells will integrate the gene. For this reason, the DNA is introduced into the fertilized egg at the earliest stage, which is the pronuclear period immediately following fertilization. For several hours following ...
The respiratory responses to bilateral microinjections (30-50nl) of 5mM somatostatin (SOM) or 10mM cyclosomatostatin (c-SOM, a SOM antagonist) into the Bötzinger complex (BötC), the pre-Bötzinger complex (preBötC) and the rostral inspiratory port
Zebrafish paraxial protocadherin (papc) encodes a transmembrane cell adhesion molecule (PAPC) expressed in trunk mesoderm undergoing morphogenesis. Microinjection studies with a dominant-negative secreted construct suggest that papc is required for proper dorsal convergence movement s during gastrulation. Genetic studies show that papc is a close downstream target of spadetail, gene encoding a transcription factor required for mesodermal morphogenetic movements. Further, we show that the floating head homeobox gene is required in axial mesoderm to repress the expression of both spadetail and papc, promoting notochord and blocking differentiation of paraxial mesoderm. The PAPC structural cell-surface transcription factors and the actual cell biological behaviors that execute morphogenesis during gastrulation ...
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Inhibition of cytokinesis by microinjection of anti-ECT2 antibodies. (A) Affinity-purified anti-ECT2 antibodies specific to the NH2-terminal domain (αECT2-N),
A recent report compared the efficiency of microinjection of DNA versus RNA in mouse embryos [1]. While it was shown that DNA is effective, in vitro transcribed RNA was observed to be more efficient.. Typically, microinjections for CRISPR applications are performed using in vitro transcribed Cas9 and sgRNA rather than native dsDNA. gBlocks® Gene Fragments are ideal for use as template for in vitro transcription and will work well in these applications [2,3]. However, long RNAs are known to trigger the innate immune response in many cells, which increases the expression of dozens of genes and can affect cell viability and general health [4-7].. References. ...
The aim of this study was to investigate the expression of prostaglandin EP1 receptor within the ventrolateral periaqueductal grey (VL PAG). The role of VL PAG EP1 receptor in controlling thermonociception and rostral ventromedial medulla (RVM) activity in healthy and neuropathic rats was also examined. EP1 receptor was indeed found to be expressed within the VL PAG and co-localized with vesicular GABA transporter. Intra-VL PAG microinjection of ONO-DI-004, a selective EP1 receptor agonist, dose-dependently reduced tail flick latency as well as respectively increasing and decreasing the spontaneous activity of ON and OFF cells. Furthermore, it increased the ON cell burst and OFF cell pause. Intra-VL PAG prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) behaved similarly to ONO-DI-004. The effects of ONO-DI-004 and PGE2 were antagonized by intra-VL PAG L335677, a selective EP1 receptor antagonist. L335677 dose-dependently increased the tail flick latency and ongoing activity of the OFF cells, while reducing the ongoing ON cell
Bilateral microinjection into the RVLM of an adenovirus, which expresses a constitutively active version of the AT1A receptor in glial cells, increases MAP in conscious, freely moving rats of a normotensive strain. Expression of similar levels of the wild-type AT1A receptor, or the control adenovirus with no receptor transgene, did not affect blood pressure. Although not directly measured in this study, we suggest that the increase in blood pressure following microinjection of AdNHA[N111G]AT1A into the RVLM would be caused by increased sympathetic vasomotor tone.. Virally-derived proteins, including specifically the ectopic expression of the AT1A receptors, were only detectable in glia of the RVLM, indicating that a change in activity of a G protein-coupled receptor in glia has the capacity to alter blood pressure. Glia were initially considered to play only a supporting role within the CNS, but recent work has demonstrated that considerable interactions occur between glia and neurons, resulting ...
Transgenic techniques have rapidly evolved in recent years. However, the efficiency of these techniques to produce viable offspring is still disappointingly low. The purpose of this study was to assess in vitro development, transgene expression, and integration following pronuclear or cytoplasmic microinjection of condensed or linear green fluorescent protein DNA into murine embryos using electroporation. In experiment 1, the effect of embryo orientation (group or linear) within the electroporation chamber on development was evaluated using zygotes which received one pulse duration (10 msec), and one of two voltages (250 or 400 V). Zygotes that received 400 V had the lowest development score (Group, 2.06 ? 0.12; Linear, 1.97 ? 0.13), irrespective of orientation. Embryos that received 250 V had the highest development of the voltage treated groups (Group 3.42 ? 0.12; Linear 3.32 ? 0.12), irrespective of orientation, and development was lower than the control embryos (Control 4.28 ? 0.12; Mannitol ...
In the mouse, the nucleotides three bases downstream of the two response elements are guanine and cytosine, suggesting that dioxin cannot activate Bax. Indeed, mouse oocytes are normally insensitive to dioxin, and oocyte microinjection experiments with a construct containing the wildtype Bax promoter confirm that dioxin is ineffective at induction. Furthermore, mutation of these critical downstream nucleotides to adenine renders the promoter responsive to dioxin. Thus, two nucleotides in the Bax promoter would seem to be the sole protection against damage mediated by dioxin.Matikainen et al.6 further show the effects of the PAH 9,10-dimethylbenz(a)antracene (DMBA) on oocytes and on Bax levels (see figure). Intraperitoneal delivery of DMBA causes a 72% increase in Bax mRNA levels after 24 hours, and a concomitant increase in Bax protein in oocytes. Treatment with DMBA or a DMBA metabolite also leads to a decrease in the number of non-apoptotic oocytes in cultured wildtype mouse ovaries. ...
The present study investigated the neuronal and cardiovascular responses elicited by adenosine microinjected into the pressor (rostral) and depressor (caudal) areas of the NTS of SHR and WKY. In addition to confirming reported cardiovascular7 8 9 10 11 15 and neuronal11 responses observed in normotensive rats, results of the current study demonstrate for the first time the neuronal and cardiovascular responses elicited by adenosine microinjected into the two subareas of the NTS in SHR.. Microinjection of adenosine into the NTS elicited site-dependent cardiovascular responses. Increases and decreases in BP and HR followed microinjection of adenosine into the rostral and caudal NTS, respectively. Nonetheless, adenosine inhibited the firing rate of both neuronal pools. These findings in WKY confirm and extend our previous findings in another strain of normotensive rats, the Sprague-Dawley rat.11 Results from the present study and our previous study11 showed that the neuronal responses preceded the ...
One aspect of research in our laboratory is directed toward a detailed understanding of the molecular mechanisms by which vertebrate organisms develop from single-celled embryos into complex organisms. This research utilizes zebrafish as a model organism. Advantages of the zebrafish include fecundity, an optically clear, rapidly developing embryo, and the opportunity to experimentally manipulate fertilization and development so as to produce parthenogenetic or haploid offspring. In addition, a full genomic sequence is available. A technique of central importance is the production of transgenic zebrafish via the direct microinjection of cloned genes into fish embryos. Transgenic zebrafish possessing recombinant gfp and rfp marker genes are being generated for a variety of purposes, including 1) basic research into recombination mechanisms and transgenesis strategies, 2) the study of transgene inheritance patterns, and 3) the analysis of altered gene expression and its phenotypic ...
macrophage microinjection - posted in Cell Biology: Hi everybody,I want to start a new research project involving the microinjection of human macrophages to get stabletransformants. I have been microinjecting C. elegans for 4 years now but I was wondering what the best equipment(micromanipulator, micropump...) would be for macrophages. Also, is there a good classic protocol or at leasta good reference for it outhere ?ThanksArnaud
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Prior to the development of molecular genetics, the only way of studying the regulation and function of mammalian genes was through the observation of inherited characteristics or spontaneous mutations. Long before Mendel and any molecular genetic knowledge, selective breeding was a common practice among farmers for the enhancement of chosen traits, e.g., increased milk production.. During the 1970s, the first chimeric mice were produced (Brinster, 1974). The cells of two different embryos of different strains were combined together at an early stage of development (eight cells) to form a single embryo that subsequently developed into a chimeric adult, exhibiting characteristics of each strain.. The mutual contributions of developmental biology and genetic engineering permitted rapid development of the techniques for the creation of transgenic animals. DNA microinjection, the first technique to prove successful in mammals, was first applied to mice (Gordon and Ruddle, 1981) and then to various ...
As some of you know, weve just had our second failed ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) cycle. Were not sure whether to go for a third at all, but one of the things Im considering is whether we should change clinics if we do. I like our current clinic. Its very personal (only 2 consultants and near enough always see the same one), everyone is very friendly, and its local and easy to get to. They havent done anything wrong per se, but our last cycle was a bit of a mess with poor response, 100% immature eggs and only one fertilising. We have follow up soon, and Ive no doubt they will change things, but is that enough? I wonder whether a completely fresh approach may be better. My criticisms of our clinic are that they seem to treat everyone in a very similar fashion (almost everyone is on SP, for example) and the monitoring in terms of scans and blood tests seems no where near as tight as Ive read about at other clinics. Has anyone here changed clinics? If so, why? What did you look
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Recently, the Kim Lab has shown that the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (cftr) gene is responsible for mediating resistance to Pseudomonas aeruginosa in a zebrafish infection model. Using the Gene Expression Omnibus, an NCBI functional genomics data repository, it was determined that Smad3, a transcription factor in the TGF-β signaling pathway, is upregulated in the presence of P. aeruginosa. It was found that in our zebrafish model, the Smad3 paralogs Smad3a and Smad3b are upregulated following microinjection of a cftr antisense morpholino oligomer. It was also found that microinjection of Smad3a and Smad3b morpholinos, along with a Smad2 morpholino, and subsequent infection with Pseudomonas aeruginosa resulted in an increase in death, indicating that Smad3 has a protective effect against infection.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) can be used as part of an in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment to help you and your spouse to conceive a child. ICSI
A catechol signal recorded with in vivo voltammetry within the rat rostral ventrolateral medulla (RVLM) was taken as an index of the activity of RVLM adrenergic neurons and related to the level of arterial PCO2, under halothane anesthesia. Reversible
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Endogenous angiotensin within the rostral ventrolateral medulla facilitates the somatosympathetic reflex. AU - Hirooka, Yoshitaka. AU - Dampney, Roger A.L.. PY - 1995/7. Y1 - 1995/7. N2 - Objective: To determine whether endogenous angiotensin modifies the synaptic excitation of sympatho-excitatory neurons in the rostral part of the ventrolateral medulla. Design and methods: Experiments were performed on anaesthetized rabbits with denervated arterial and cardiopulmonary baroreceptors. Arterial pressure, heart rate and renal sympathetic nerve activity were measured. The average sympatho-excitatory reflex response evoked by short-train stimulation of the sciatic nerve was measured before and at various times after micro-injection of the non-specific angiotensin receptor antagonist [Sar1, Thr8]-angiotensin II (80pmol) into the contralateral rostral ventrolateral medulla. Because the central pathway mediating this somatosympathetic reflex includes a synapse within the contralateral ...
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A protein of M(r) 210,000 was identified in 3T3 cells by immunoblotting and by immunoprecipitation with a monoclonal antibody MA-01. The protein was thermolabile and was located on 3T3 microtubules prepared by taxol-driven polymerization in vitro. On fixed cells the MA-01 antigen was located on interphase and mitotic microtubular structures, vinblastine paracrystals, taxol bundles and colcemid-resistant microtubules. Microinjection experiments with purified MA-01 antibody followed by double immunofluorescence have shown that the injection of antibody led to disruption of vimentin filaments, whereas the distribution of cytoplasmic microtubules was unchanged. The collapse of vimentin filaments started 30 minutes after injecting the antibody at immunoglobulin concentrations 2 mg ml-1 or higher and reached its maximum 3-6 hours after the injection. Within 20 hours after the injection vimentin filaments became reconstituted. Microinjection of the antibody into cells pre-treated with vinblastine ...
Signal-mediated nuclear transport is a gated process that occurs through a central transporter element located within the pore complex. The purpose of this investigation was to identify the region of the transporter that functions as the gate; i.e. the region that restricts passive diffusion of macromolecules through the pores. To accomplish this, small gold particles coated with polyethylene glycol (PEG; total particle diameter 40-70 A) or large PEG-particles (total diameter 110-270 A) were microinjected into the cytoplasm or nucleoplasm of Xenopus oocytes. Since PEG does not contain either nuclear import or export signals, it is assumed that the particles distribute by simple diffusion. The cells were fixed after 5 or 30 minutes and subsequently examined using TEM. The distribution of the particles located adjacent to and within the pore complexes was then mapped. The results obtained at both 5 and 30 minutes after cytoplasmic injections of small gold were basically the same. The particles ...
The Vanderbilt Genome Editing Resource (VGER) assists investigators in generating, maintaining and storing germline-altered mice in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The VGER provides services, consultation, and collaborations to enable the generation, storage and regeneration of genetically altered mice at Vanderbilt. This resource, which was previously called the Transgenic Mouse ESC Shared Resource (please see announcement letter), has been in existence for over 25 years and has generated 160 unique gene-targeted mice between 1993-2015 and more than 80 genome edited mice using CRISPR-Cas9 since 2014. We have many years of experience in generating novel transgenic mouse models and are happy to discuss your project with you. We provide the following services on a fee-for-service basis: CRISPR-Cas9 Mouse Editing Pronuclear Microinjection of DNAs Embryo Cryopreservation Sperm Cryopreservation In vitro Fertilization and Rederivation Genome-Editing Design and Analysis Services We are sorry, but we
The Vanderbilt Genome Editing Resource (VGER) assists investigators in generating, maintaining and storing germline-altered mice in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The VGER provides services, consultation, and collaborations to enable the generation, storage and regeneration of genetically altered mice at Vanderbilt. This resource, which was previously called the Transgenic Mouse ESC Shared Resource (please see announcement letter), has been in existence for over 25 years and has generated 160 unique gene-targeted mice between 1993-2015 and more than 80 genome edited mice using CRISPR-Cas9 since 2014. We have many years of experience in generating novel transgenic mouse models and are happy to discuss your project with you. We provide the following services on a fee-for-service basis: CRISPR-Cas9 Mouse Editing Pronuclear Microinjection of DNAs Embryo Cryopreservation Sperm Cryopreservation In vitro Fertilization and Rederivation Genome-Editing Design and Analysis Services We are sorry, but we
ICSI is performed as part of IVF . It is performed when a small number of sperm is available & enables fertilization of an egg with even a single sperm cell. The general process of IVF with ICSI is described below.Please read on for the details.
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Growing miniature materials demand for several applications in end-use industries such as electronics, telecom, automotive and medical is anticipated to drive the global polymer microinjection molding market growth over the next five years. Polymer microinjection molding process is used to manufacture micro sized tools and parts through a machine comprising fine resolution, injection pressure, and high speed specific molds as per requirements. Some primary polymers used for the process include polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), polyether ether ketone (PEEK), polyoxymethylene, polyethylene, polylactic acid and liquid crystal polymer. Thermoplastics dominated the global polymer microinjection molding market accounting for over 64% in 2013. Increasing demand for micro materials in electronic and medical industry is expected to bolster the global market over the forecast period. Shifting focus towards substituting polymers comprising phthalate with thermoplastics is anticipated surge the demand for ...
We have studied transport and localization of MBP mRNA in oligodendrocytes in culture by microinjecting labeled mRNA into living cells and analyzing the intracellular distribution of the injected RNA by confocal microscopy. Injected mRNA initially appears dispersed in the perikaryon. Within minutes, the RNA forms granules which, in the case of MBP mRNA, are transported down the processes to the periphery of the cell where the distribution again becomes dispersed. In situ hybridization shows that endogenous MBP mRNA in oligodendrocytes also appears as granules in the perikaryon and processes and dispersed in the peripheral membranes. The granules are not released by extraction with non-ionic detergent, indicating that they are associated with the cytoskeletal matrix. Three dimensional visualization indicates that MBP mRNA granules are often aligned in tracks along microtubules traversing the cytoplasm and processes. Several distinct patterns of granule movement are observed. Granules in the ...