TBX10, a member of the Tbx1-subfamily of conserved developmental genes, is located at human Chromosome 11q13 and proximal mouse Chromosome 19

@article{Law1998TBX10AM,
  title={TBX10, a member of the Tbx1-subfamily of conserved developmental genes, is located at human Chromosome 11q13 and proximal mouse Chromosome 19},
  author={David W. Law and Nancy Garvey and Sergei I. Agulnik and Victor Perlroth and Olwen Mary Hahn and Rita E. Rhinehart and Thomas C. Gebuhr and Lee M. Silver},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={397-399}
}
The T-box developmental gene family was originally described in the mouse (Bollag et al. 1994), and homologs were subsequently identified in a wide variety of metazoans (Agulnik et al. 1995). T-box genes encode transcription factors that are expressed differentially during embryogenesis and/or in tissue-specific fashion throughout adulthood (reviewed in Smith 1997). The importance of T-box genes recently was underscored by the identification of TBX gene mutations in two human developmental… CONTINUE READING
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