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Glossary Term In situ Reporter (Knock in)
Definition In situ Reporter (Knock in): An assay type that uses mice containing a targeted mutation in which a reporter gene has replaced an endogenous gene. The two most common reporter genes are lacZ and green fluorescent protein.
See also Knock in.

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