Akiko Owaki

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Mice with disrupted mammalian PcG (Polycomb group) genes commonly show skeletal transformation of anterior-posterior identities. Disruption of the murine M33 gene, a PcG member, displayed posterior transformation of the vertebral columns and sternal ribs. In addition, failure of T-cell expansion and hypoplasia and sex-reversal of the gonads, have been(More)
expression Ad4BP/SF-1 gland formation through regulating is required for splenic vascular and adrenal Polycombm M33 Mouse (2497 articles) Hemostasis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (1086 articles) Gene Expression Articles on similar topics can be found in the following Blood collections Information about subscriptions and ASH membership may be found(More)
Although cytochrome P45017alpha catalyzes the formation of androgen from both pregnenolone and progesterone, the production of androstenedione from progesterone is a major pathway in the guinea pig, rat, mouse, and hamster. In contrast, human, bovine and sheep P45017alpha produce dehydroepiandrosterone from pregnenolone. Cytochrome P45017alphas from all of(More)
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