Caspace-3 deficiency rescues peripheral nervous system defect in pRb nullizygous mice.

Matthew Thomas W. Simpson
The retinoblastoma tumour suppressor protein, pRb, is a key regulator of cell cycle and has been implicated in the terminal differentiation of neuronal cells. Mice nullizygous for pRb die by E14.5 from haematopoietic and neurological defects attributed to failed differentiation (Jacks et al., 1992; Lee et al., 1992; Clarke et al., 1992). Previous studies by Macleod et al., (1996) have demonstrated that the loss of p53 protects pRb-deficient central nervous system (CNS) neurons but not...
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