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DRGX gene

Known as: paired-like homeodomain trancription factor DRG11, DRG11, PRRXL1, MOUSE, HOMOLOG OF 
 
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2011
2011
The paired-type homeodomain transcription factor Prrxl1 (also known as Drg11) is a key regulator of the differentiation and… Expand
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2010
2010
Perception of noxious events relies on activation of complex central neuronal circuits. The spinal cord dorsal horn plays a… Expand
2009
2009
BACKGROUND Gene expression can be differentially regulated by alternatively spliced transcription factors, providing a mechanism… Expand
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2008
2008
A previous study (Ding et al., 2003) showed that the homeodomain transcription factor DRG11 is necessary for pattern formation in… Expand
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2007
2007
DRG11 is a paired domain transcription factor that is necessary for the assembly of the nociceptive circuitry in the spinal cord… Expand
2006
2006
During development, dorsal root ganglia (DRG) neurons differentiate in various subpopulations, nociceptive neurons belonging in… Expand
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2004
Highly Cited
2004
DRG11, a transcription factor expressed in embryonic dorsal root ganglion (DRG) and dorsal horn neurons, has a role in the… Expand
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2004
2004
The adult peripheral nervous system is able to regenerate after injury. Regeneration is associated with the expression of new… Expand
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2001
Highly Cited
2001
Cutaneous sensory neurons that detect noxious stimuli project to the dorsal horn of the spinal cord, while those innervating… Expand
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1995
Highly Cited
1995
Sensory neurons are a major derivative of the neural crest for which there have been no definitive molecular markers in mammals… Expand