Timothy J Hinterberger

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Vertebrate embryos express the transcription factor MRF4 during skeletal muscle differentiation. Previous studies of MRF4 expression in embryonic Xenopus laevis and its response to muscle denervation in adults have led to the suggestion that its transcription may be activated in myotomes and in multinucleate myofibers through an interaction with the motor(More)
The muscle regulatory factor MRF4 is expressed in both embryonic and adult vertebrate skeletal muscle cells. In mammals the MRF4 gene has a complex cis-regulatory structure, with many kilobases (kb) of upstream sequence required for embryonic expression in transgenic mice. Here, initial functional comparison between Xenopus and mammalian MRF4 genes revealed(More)
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