EEG1, a putative transporter expressed during epithelial organogenesis: comparison with embryonic transporter expression during nephrogenesis.

@article{Stuart2001EEG1AP,
  title={EEG1, a putative transporter expressed during epithelial organogenesis: comparison with embryonic transporter expression during nephrogenesis.},
  author={Robert O. Stuart and Anna Pavlova and D Beier and Zhenhua Li and Yelena Krijanovski and Sanjay K. Nigam},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Renal physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={281 6},
  pages={
          F1148-56
        }
}
A screen for genes differentially regulated in a model of kidney development identified the novel gene embryonic epithelia gene 1 (EEG1). EEG1 exists as two transcripts of 2.4 and 3.5 kb that are most highly expressed at embryonic day 7 and later in the fetal liver, lung, placenta, and kidney. The EEG1 gene is composed of 14 exons spanning a 20-kb region at human chromosome 11p12 and the syntenic region of mouse chromosome 2. Six EEG1 exons have previously been assigned to a longer isoform of… CONTINUE READING

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