Restricted expression of mouse GCMa/Gcm1 in kidney and thymus

@article{Hashemolhosseini2002RestrictedEO,
  title={Restricted expression of mouse GCMa/Gcm1 in kidney and thymus},
  author={Said Hashemolhosseini and Michel V. Hadjihannas and Claus C. Stolt and Christian S. Haas and Kerstin Amann and Michael Wegner},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2002},
  volume={118},
  pages={175-178}
}
Mouse Glial Cells Missing a (mGCMa) belongs to a small family of transcription factors named after the prototypical GCM from Drosophila. mGCMa was expected to regulate gliogenesis, but instead found to be primarily expressed during development in trophoblasts of chorion and labyrinth. Its deletion causes abnormal placental labyrinth formation and results in embryonic lethality. Here we identify kidney and thymus as sites of mGCMa expression. In thymus, mGCMa is restricted to few small clusters… CONTINUE READING

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