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Pitx1 and Pitx2 are required for development of hindlimb buds
Two closely related homeobox transcription factors, Pitx1 and Pitx2, have been implicated in patterning of lateral plate mesoderm derivatives: Pitx1 for specification of hindlimb identity and Pitx2Expand
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The UBL domain of PLIC‐1 regulates aggresome formation
Defects in protein folding and the proteasomal pathway have been linked with many neurodegenerative diseases. PLIC‐1 (protein linking IAP to the cytoskeleton) is a ubiquitin‐like protein that bindsExpand
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Complete Loss of Netrin-1 Results in Embryonic Lethality and Severe Axon Guidance Defects without Increased Neural Cell Death.
Netrin-1 regulates cell migration and adhesion during the development of the nervous system, vasculature, lung, pancreas, muscle, and mammary gland. It is also proposed to function as a dependenceExpand
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A Muscle-specific Promoter Directs Pitx3 Gene Expression in Skeletal Muscle Cells*
The Pitx homeobox transcription factor genes have been implicated in different developmental processes, including determination of hind limb identity for Pitx1, left-right asymmetry for Pitx2, andExpand
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RGMB and neogenin control cell differentiation in the developing olfactory epithelium
ABSTRACT Cellular interactions are key for the differentiation of distinct cell types within developing epithelia, yet the molecular mechanisms engaged in these interactions remain poorly understood.Expand
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Robo-2 Controls the Segregation of a Portion of Basal Vomeronasal Sensory Neuron Axons to the Posterior Region of the Accessory Olfactory Bulb
The ability of sensory systems to detect and process information from the environment relies on the elaboration of precise connections between sensory neurons in the periphery and second orderExpand
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Loss of Kirrel family members alters glomerular structure and synapse numbers in the accessory olfactory bulb
The accessory olfactory system controls social and sexual behaviours in mice, both of which are critical for their survival. Vomeronasal sensory neuron (VSN) axons form synapses with mitral cellExpand
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Kirrel2 is differentially required in populations of olfactory sensory neurons for the targeting of axons in the olfactory bulb
ABSTRACT The formation of olfactory maps in the olfactory bulb (OB) is crucial for the control of innate and learned mouse behaviors. Olfactory sensory neurons (OSNs) expressing a specific odorantExpand
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Aspirine en prévention de la pré-éclampsie ?
Analyse de : "Villa PM, Kajantie E, Raikkonen K, et al. Aspirin in the prevention of pre-eclampsia in high-risk women: a randomised placebo-controlled PREDO Trial and a meta-analysis of randomisedExpand