The murine Ten-m/Odz genes show distinct but overlapping expression patterns during development and in adult brain.

@article{Zhou2003TheMT,
  title={The murine Ten-m/Odz genes show distinct but overlapping expression patterns during development and in adult brain.},
  author={Xuechan Zhou and Oliver Brandau and Kang Feng and Toshitaka Oohashi and Yoshifumi Ninomiya and Uwe Rauch and Reinhard F{\"a}ssler},
  journal={Gene expression patterns : GEP},
  year={2003},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={
          397-405
        }
}
The mouse TEN-M/ODZ proteins belong to a new family of type II transmembrane proteins with unknown function. The family consists of four members, which are expressed highly in brain and less in many other tissues. In the present study we have generated specific RNA probes and antibodies to characterize the expression of the 4 Ten-m/Odz genes in the developing and adult central nervous system (CNS) of mice. Ten-m/Odz3 and Ten-m/Odz4 mRNAs were first detectable at E7.5, Ten-m/Odz2 expression… CONTINUE READING
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