Impact of the combined loss of BOK, BAX and BAK on the hematopoietic system is slightly more severe than compound loss of BAX and BAK
F Ke, S Grabow, GL Kelly, A Lin, LA O'Reilly, A Strasser
Cell Death & Disease | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2015
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council
Awarded by Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (SCOR grant)
We thank Drs T Kaufmann, T Putoczki, P Bouillet, A Delbridge, D Huang and D Gray for mice, reagents and advice; G Siciliano, S Allen and J Mansheim for animal care; J Corbin for automated blood analysis; B Helbert and C Young for genotyping; the WEHI histology facility for histological preparations; the WEHI flow cytometry facility for cell sorting; D Quilici and T Nikolaou for irradiation. This work was supported by grants and fellowships from the Leukaemia Research Foundation Australia (to FK, SG), Cancer Council Victoria (to FK, SG, GK), the National Health and Medical Research Council (Program Grant #1016701, Project grant #1046010, Project grant #1086291, Fellowship #1020363), and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (SCOR grant #7001-13). This work was made possible by the Lady Tata Memorial Trust International Research Award (to SG), operational infrastructure grants through the Australian Government IRISS and the Victorian State Government OIS.