Nandita A Quaderi

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The members of the T-box gene family share a highly conserved DNA binding domain named the T-domain, and important developmental functions. Here we report the cloning of chicken Tbr1 and of murine and chicken Tbr2 (orthologs of the Xenopus eomesodermin gene), the mapping of the murine Tbr2 to chromosome 9, and their pattern of expression during mouse and(More)
The recently discovered second pseudoautosomal region (XqPAR) contains at least two genes, IL9R and SYBL1. Recent findings show that, like XpPAR genes, IL9R escapes X inactivation and its Y allele is also expressed, but SYBL1 seems to act like an X-linked gene, expressed from the active X chromosome but not from the inactive X or Y. Here we show that(More)
Over the last decade the open access (OA) publishing model has secured itself as an integral part of the bio-medical publishing landscape. Furthermore, as a growing number of funding agencies introduce OA mandates, it is becoming increasingly important for researchers and institutions to comply with these policies. This presentation will summarise the(More)
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