FAD104, a regulatory factor of adipogenesis, acts as a novel regulator of calvarial bone formation.

@article{Kishimoto2013FAD104AR,
  title={FAD104, a regulatory factor of adipogenesis, acts as a novel regulator of calvarial bone formation.},
  author={Keishi Kishimoto and Makoto Nishizuka and Daiki Katoh and Ayumi Kato and S. Osada and Masayoshi Imagawa},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={288 44},
  pages={31772-83}
}
Osteogenesis is a complex process that is orchestrated by several growth factors, extracellular cues, signaling molecules, and transcriptional factors. Understanding the mechanisms of bone formation is pivotal for clarifying the pathogenesis of bone diseases. Previously, we reported that fad104 (factor for adipocyte differentiation 104), a novel positive regulator of adipocyte differentiation, negatively regulated the differentiation of mouse embryonic fibroblasts into osteocytes. However, the… CONTINUE READING
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