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The objective of this research was to study the expression of cell membrane molecules CD9 and CD41/61 of transgenic rabbit with integrated human factor VIII (rhFVIII) gene construct. The expressions of these molecules have been monitored during two lactations of transgenic rabbits and simultaneously compared with the expression of the same molecules of non-transgenic rabbits. The immunochemical analysis by indirect immunofluorescence, ELISA and indirect immunoperoxidase staining of blood cells and udder tissues show that the insertion of the WAP-hFVIII gene construct into the rabbit genome, do not influence the expression of cell membrane antigens CD9 and CD41/61 on the blood platelets, polymorphonuclear blood cells, milk somatic cells and mammary gland tissues.


Michal Simon, Jana Antalikova, Peter Chrenek, Lubica Horovska, Svatoslav Hluchy, Katarina Michalkova, Jana Jankovicova, Vladimir Tancin. Analysis of the expression of platelet antigens CD9 and CD41/61 in transgenic rabbits with the integrated human blood clotting factor VIII gene construct. General physiology and biophysics. 2011;30 Spec No:S83-7

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PMID: 21869456

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