Ethylnitrosourea-induced thymus-defective mutants identify roles of KIAA1440, TRRAP, and SKIV2L2 in teleost organ development.

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The thymus is an organ where T lymphocytes develop. Thymus development requires interactions of cells derived from three germ layers. However, the molecular mechanisms that control thymus development are not fully understood. To identify the genes that regulate thymus development, we previously carried out a large-scale screening for ethylnitrosourea… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/eji.200939362

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@article{Iwanami2009EthylnitrosoureainducedTM, title={Ethylnitrosourea-induced thymus-defective mutants identify roles of KIAA1440, TRRAP, and SKIV2L2 in teleost organ development.}, author={Norimasa Iwanami and Minoru Okada and Vu Quynh Hoa and Yasuhito Seo and Hiroshi Mitani and Takashi Sasaki and Nobuyoshi Shimizu and Hisato Kondoh and Makoto Furutani-Seiki and Yousuke Takahama}, journal={European journal of immunology}, year={2009}, volume={39 9}, pages={2606-16} }