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1987). Several transgenic mouse studies have shown that when exogenous c-myc is expressed from tissue-specific enhancers and promoters, malignancies appear in the appropriate tissues, albeit after sufficient time to acquire secondary genetic lesions. Transgenic mice containing the c-my gene driven by the mouse mammary tumor virus promoter-enhancer express c-myc constitutively and inducibly in several tissues (breast, lung, salivary gland, testes, pancreas, spleen). , 1986). These data support the idea that constitutive c-myc expression may provide only the first step in oncogenesis.

1987). However, it has also been reported that human deadenylated PI transcripts are more stable (t112 = 27 min) than deadenylated P2 transcripts ( t 1 / 2 = 17 min), at least after prolonged actinomycin D treatment of HL60 cells (Swartwout and Kinniburgh, 1989). Both deadnylated species are more stable than either PI or P2polyadenylated RNAs ( t 1 / 2 = 12 min) in these studies. As normal untreated fibroblasts or HL60 cells contain only a small amount of c-myc A-RNA (approximately 12% of total c-myc RNA), the potential contribution of these differing stabilities to maintaining ratios of PI : P2 transcripts o r to causing aberrations of these ratios in BL cells is not yet clear.

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