Humanized PD-1 Knock-In Mouse Model
Strain: hPD-1KI, Gene: PDCD1, Background: C57BL/6
The Programmed Cell Death 1 receptor (PD1) is expressed on various immune cells, including T-cells, NKT-cells and B-cells. The level of PD-1 expression and the extent to which it is engaged by its two natural ligands is thought to regulate T-cell activation, providing a basis for therapeutic intervention via agents either stimulating or blocking the receptor. However, to date, there has been a lack of tools to enable in vivo validation of such therapies.
Homozygous transgenic “knock-in” mice expressing human/mouse chimeric PD-1 on a C57BL/6 background. The exon encoding the ligand binding V-set IgSF domain of the endogenous murine pdcd1 gene has been swapped for the equivalent exon from the human PDCD1 gene. Expression has been confirmed.
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