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A common cis-acting sequence in the DiGeorge critical region regulates bi-directional transcription of UFD1L and CDC45L

Mechanisms of Development

Oct 2, 2001

A KunteD Srivastava

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Two to three megabase deletions on chromosome 22q11 are the cytogenetic findings most commonly associated with cardiac and craniofacial defects in humans. The constellation of clinical findings associated with these deletions is termed the 22q11 deletion syndrome. We had earlier describ...read more

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Conserved Sequence
UFD1L protein, human
Cell Cycle Proteins
CDC45L protein, human
Cdc45 protein, mouse
Transcription, Genetic
Cdc45
Gene Products, Protein
Shprintzen Syndrome
UFD1L
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A common cis-acting sequence in the DiGeorge critical region regulates bi-directional transcription of UFD1L and CDC45L

Mechanisms of Development

Oct 2, 2001

A KunteD Srivastava

PMID: 11578863

DOI: 10.1016/s0925-4773(01)00489-0

Abstract

Two to three megabase deletions on chromosome 22q11 are the cytogenetic findings most commonly associated with cardiac and craniofacial defects in humans. The constellation of clinical findings associated with these deletions is termed the 22q11 deletion syndrome. We had earlier describ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Conserved Sequence
UFD1L protein, human
Cell Cycle Proteins
CDC45L protein, human
Cdc45 protein, mouse
Transcription, Genetic
Cdc45
Gene Products, Protein
Shprintzen Syndrome
UFD1L

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