05-P014 Histone deacetylase-mediated control of forebrain neurogenesis: Analyzing the role of specific HDACs through RNA interference

@article{Weissmueller200905P014HD,
  title={05-P014 Histone deacetylase-mediated control of forebrain neurogenesis: Analyzing the role of specific HDACs through RNA interference},
  author={Kathrin Weissmueller and Katherine L. Tucker},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2009},
  volume={126},
  pages={S116-S117}
}
tors, contribute to the specification of neuronal subtype identities, and promote neuronal migration and differentiation. Little is known, however, on the molecular mechanisms underlying the gene regulatory functions of proneural factors. The identity of their target genes, and how do they co-ordinately regulate the neurogenic program is not known. These issues cannot be addressed in the mouse embryo, where the developing nervous system contains a mixture of cells at different developmental… CONTINUE READING
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