Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development

Bradley A. Carlson, Xue Ming Xu, Rajeev Kumar Shrimali, Aniruddha Sengupta, Min Hyuk Yoo, Nianxin Zhong, Dolph L. Hatfield, Robert Irons, Cindy D. Davis, Byeong Jae Lee, Sergey V. Novoselov, Vadim N. Gladyshev

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Mouse models have been generated to assess the roles of selenoproteins involved with housekeeping tasks and/or stress-related pheno-mena in development and health. Each mouse model has taken advantage of the fact that the synthesis of all selenoproteins is dependent on the expression of two selenoeysteine (See) tRNA[Ser]Sec isoforms that differ from each other by a single methyl group on the ribosyl moiety at position 34. The endogenous Sec tRNA[SerlSsc population was selectively altered by generating mouse models involving 1) transgenic animals carrying mutant or wild type Sec tRNA[Ser]Sec transgenes, 2) conditional knockout animals carrying a floxed Sec tRNA[Ser]Sec gene that was targeted for removal in specific tissues and organs using loxP-Cre technology and 3) transgenic/standard knockout animals carrying mutant or wild type transgenes and a knockout of the Sec tRNA[Ser]Sec gene wherein the animal's survival is dependent on the transgene. These mouse models perturbed selenoprotein expression, often in a protein- and tissue-specific manner, permitting us to better assess their function in health and development.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSelenium
Subtitle of host publicationIts Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition
PublisherSpringer US
Pages333-341
Number of pages9
ISBN (Electronic)9780387338279
ISBN (Print)0387338268, 9780387338262
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2006

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Selenoproteins
Transgenes
Health
Housekeeping
Genetically Modified Animals
Genes
Protein Isoforms
Technology
Population
selenocysteinyl-tRNA
Proteins
selenocysteine-tRNA

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Carlson, B. A., Xu, X. M., Shrimali, R. K., Sengupta, A., Yoo, M. H., Zhong, N., ... Gladyshev, V. N. (2006). Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development. In Selenium: Its Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition (pp. 333-341). Springer US. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-33827-6_29

Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development. / Carlson, Bradley A.; Xu, Xue Ming; Shrimali, Rajeev Kumar; Sengupta, Aniruddha; Yoo, Min Hyuk; Zhong, Nianxin; Hatfield, Dolph L.; Irons, Robert; Davis, Cindy D.; Lee, Byeong Jae; Novoselov, Sergey V.; Gladyshev, Vadim N.

Selenium: Its Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition. Springer US, 2006. p. 333-341.

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Carlson, BA, Xu, XM, Shrimali, RK, Sengupta, A, Yoo, MH, Zhong, N, Hatfield, DL, Irons, R, Davis, CD, Lee, BJ, Novoselov, SV & Gladyshev, VN 2006, Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development. in Selenium: Its Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition. Springer US, pp. 333-341. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-33827-6_29
Carlson BA, Xu XM, Shrimali RK, Sengupta A, Yoo MH, Zhong N et al. Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development. In Selenium: Its Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition. Springer US. 2006. p. 333-341 https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-33827-6_29
Carlson, Bradley A. ; Xu, Xue Ming ; Shrimali, Rajeev Kumar ; Sengupta, Aniruddha ; Yoo, Min Hyuk ; Zhong, Nianxin ; Hatfield, Dolph L. ; Irons, Robert ; Davis, Cindy D. ; Lee, Byeong Jae ; Novoselov, Sergey V. ; Gladyshev, Vadim N. / Mouse models for assessing the role of selenoproteins in health and development. Selenium: Its Molecular Biology and Role in Human Health, Second Edition. Springer US, 2006. pp. 333-341
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