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Analysis of the role of 5′ regulatory mutations in the activation of quiescent metallothionein genes after carcinogen treatment

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S49 are mouse thymic lymphoma cells which do not express the two closely linked mouse metallothionein (MT) genes; however, previous studies demonstrated that treatment of S49 cells with chemical carcinogens or ultraviolet irradiation can activate these quiescent genes. To determine if activation of MT-I or MT-II in these variants is a result of cis-acting mutations, we amplified and sequenced the immediate 5′ regions of 19 cadmium resistant S49 variants: MT-I+/MT-II, MT-I/MT-II+, MT-I+/MT-II+, and MT-I/MT-II. None of the variants contained mutations in the analyzed regions. Thus, the observed changes in MT expression must result from mutations at other sites or from non-mutational mechanisms.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1991

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