Rhombotin 2

Known as: Rhombotin-Like 1 Protein, LMO2, Cysteine-Rich Protein TTG-2 
Rhombotin-2 (158 aa, ~18 kDa) is encoded by the human LMO2 gene. This protein is involved in erythrocyte development.
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2009
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2009
GATA-1 controls hematopoietic development by activating and repressing gene transcription, yet the in vivo mechanisms that… (More)
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2009
2009
BACKGROUND MicroRNAs are small non-coding RNAs that regulate gene expression through mRNA degradation or translational inhibition… (More)
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2007
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2007
Gene transfer into HSCs is an effective treatment for SCID, although potentially limited by the risk of insertional mutagenesis… (More)
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2006
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2006
To identify new cytogenetic abnormalities associated with leukemogenesis or disease outcome, T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia… (More)
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2003
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2003
The LMO2 gene encodes a LIM-only protein and is a target of chromosomal translocations in human T-cell leukemia. Recently, two X… (More)
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2002
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2002
Most lymphoid malignancies are initiated by specific chromosomal translocations between immunoglobulin (Ig)/T cell receptor (TCR… (More)
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2001
2001
Hematopoietic stem cells are derived from ventral mesoderm during vertebrate development. Gene targeting experiments in the mouse… (More)
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1998
1998
LMO4 is a novel member of the LIM-only (LMO) subfamily of LIM domain-containing transcription factors. LMO1, LMO2, and LMO4 have… (More)
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1997
1997
The nuclear LIM domain protein LMO2, a T cell oncoprotein, is essential for embryonic erythropoiesis. LIM-only proteins are… (More)
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1997
1997
Mutations in the DNA mismatch repair (MMR) gene hMSH2 underlie a novel pathway of tumorigenesis for some cancers of epithelial… (More)
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