K. A. Johansson
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Temporal control of neurogenin3 activity in pancreas progenitors reveals competence windows for the generation of different endocrine cell types.
- K. A. Johansson, Umut Dursun, +4 authors A. Grapin-Botton
- Biology, Medicine
- Developmental cell
- 1 March 2007
All pancreatic endocrine cells, producing glucagon, insulin, somatostatin, or PP, differentiate from Pdx1+ progenitors that transiently express Neurogenin3. To understand whether the competence of… Expand
Development and diseases of the pancreas
The pancreas is a vital gland of exocrine and endocrine function. It is the target of two main affections: diabetes and pancreatic cancer. We describe the tissue interactions, signaling pathways and… Expand
Supplemental Data Temporal Control of Neurogenin 3 Activity in Pancreas Progenitors Reveals Competence Windows for the Generation of Different Endocrine Cell Types
Differential functions of mammalian Cdk 7 and CCRK kinases in regulating transcription and ciliogenesis
BLOCKIN 52 1. Cdk7-‐cyclin H-‐Mat1 kinase subcomplex of TFIIH is required for global transcription and mRNA turnover (I, II) BLOCKIN