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According to the news editors, the research concluded: "Collectively, these results indicated that a suitable microenvironment is essential for the growth and maintenance of xenotransplanted cells and that PgkEGFP-NOG mice represent a useful animal model for analyzing the mechanisms of microenvironment formation."
For more information on this research see: A Novel Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein-Expressing NOG Mouse for Analyzing the Microenvironment of Xenograft Tissues. Experimental Animals, 2014;63(1):55-62. Experimental Animals can be contacted at:
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