Tissue specific expression of Pax3/7 and MyoD in adult duck tissues

@article{Chen2012TissueSE,
  title={Tissue specific expression of Pax3/7 and MyoD in adult duck tissues},
  author={X. Chen and H. Liu and L. Sun and Hai-yue Yu and Rongping Zhang and Liang Li and J. Wang},
  journal={Journal of Applied Animal Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={40},
  pages={284 - 288}
}
  • X. Chen, H. Liu, +4 authors J. Wang
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • Journal of Applied Animal Research
  • Paired box (Pax) proteins 3 and 7, which are two members of the PAX gene family, are important to animal skeletal muscle development acting their roles by mediating the expression of MyoD. These three genes expressed in several of tissues and organs in vertebrates. In order to investigate whether or not the relationships between Pax3, Pax7 and MyoD in other tissues are still similar with that in skeletal muscle, we detected the expression of Pax3, Pax7 and MyoD in duck different tissues and… CONTINUE READING
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