Constitutively active mutant GS alpha (G225T) and null-mutant G alpha i-2 (G203T) induce primitive endoderm from stem cells.

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In F9 teratocarcinoma stem cells, retinoic acid induces a primitive endoderm-like phenotype and a sharp decline in G alpha i-2, a response mimicked by expression of RNA antisense to G alpha i-2 in the absence of this morphogen (D. C. Watkins, G. L. Johnson, and C. C. Malbon. Science Wash. DC 258: 1373-1375, 1992). The role of the GS alpha/G alpha i-2 axis… (More)

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