Critical Early Roles for col27a1a and col27a1b in Zebrafish Notochord Morphogenesis, Vertebral Mineralization and Post-embryonic Axial Growth

@inproceedings{Christiansen2009CriticalER,
  title={Critical Early Roles for col27a1a and col27a1b in Zebrafish Notochord Morphogenesis, Vertebral Mineralization and Post-embryonic Axial Growth},
  author={H. Ernesto Christiansen and Michael Ricardo Lang and James M. Pace and David M Parichy},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Fibrillar collagens are well known for their links to human diseases, with which all have been associated except for the two most recently identified fibrillar collagens, type XXIV collagen and type XXVII collagen. To assess functions and potential disease phenotypes of type XXVII collagen, we examined its roles in zebrafish embryonic and post-embryonic development. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We identified two type XXVII collagen genes in zebrafish, col27a1a and col27a1b. Both… CONTINUE READING

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