Michael J.W. VanGompel

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Genomic studies demonstrate that, although the majority of the mammalian genome is transcribed, only about 2% of these transcripts are code for proteins. We investigated how the long, polyadenylated Evf2 noncoding RNA regulates transcription of the homeodomain transcription factors DLX5 and DLX6 in the developing mouse forebrain. We found that, in(More)
Genomic studies demonstrate that while the majority of the mammalian genome is transcribed, only about 2% of these transcripts are protein coding. We have been investigating how the long, polyadenylated Evf2 non-coding RNA regulates transcription of homeodomain transcription factors DLX5 and DLX6 in the developing mouse forebrain. Here we show that in(More)
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