Regulation of Hoxa2 in cranial neural crest cells involves members of the AP-2 family.

@article{Maconochie1999RegulationOH,
  title={Regulation of Hoxa2 in cranial neural crest cells involves members of the AP-2 family.},
  author={Mark K. Maconochie and Ramanarayan Krishnamurthy and Stefan Nonchev and Pascal C. H. Meier and Miguel Manzanares and Paul J Mitchell and Robb K Krumlauf},
  journal={Development},
  year={1999},
  volume={126 7},
  pages={1483-94}
}
Hoxa2 is expressed in cranial neural crest cells that migrate into the second branchial arch and is essential for proper patterning of neural-crest-derived structures in this region. We have used transgenic analysis to begin to address the regulatory mechanisms which underlie neural-crest-specific expression of Hoxa2. By performing a deletion analysis on an enhancer from the Hoxa2 gene that is capable of mediating expression in neural crest cells in a manner similar to the endogenous gene, we… CONTINUE READING

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