MEF2 transcription factors regulate distinct gene programs in mammalian skeletal muscle differentiation.

Abstract

Skeletal muscle differentiation requires precisely coordinated transcriptional regulation of diverse gene programs that ultimately give rise to the specialized properties of this cell type. In Drosophila, this process is controlled, in part, by MEF2, the sole member of an evolutionarily conserved transcription factor family. By contrast, vertebrate MEF2 is… (More)
DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M114.589838

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@article{Estrella2015MEF2TF, title={MEF2 transcription factors regulate distinct gene programs in mammalian skeletal muscle differentiation.}, author={Nelsa L. Estrella and Cody A. Desjardins and Sarah E. Nocco and Amanda L. Clark and Yevgeniy Mikhaylovich Maksimenko and Francisco J. Naya}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={2015}, volume={290 2}, pages={1256-68} }