Julia Friedrich

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The molecular mechanisms that govern bone and joint formation are complex, involving an integrated network of signaling pathways and gene regulators. We investigated the role of Hox genes, which are known to specify individual segments of the skeleton, in the formation of autopod limb bones (i.e., the hands and feet) using the mouse mutant synpolydactyly(More)
The signal-transcriptional factor signal transducer and activator of transcription (STAT3) is overexpressed in various tumor entities and promotes tumor progression and metastasis. The tyrosine-kinase receptor Her-2 was shown to activate STAT3-expression and is overexpressed in a subtype of esophageal cancer (EC). STAT3 also regulates carbonic anhydrase IX(More)
Controlled behavior is susceptible to conflicts that can emerge from subliminal or consciously processed information. While research suggests that both sources of conflicting information may interact in their modulation of controlled behavior, it has remained unclear which cognitive sub-processes involved in controlled behavior are affected by this(More)
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