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Characterization and developmental expression of Pax9, a paired-box-containing gene related to Pax1

Developmental Biology

Aug 1, 1995

A NeubüserR Balling

Abstract

Pax9, a recently identified mouse paired-box-containing gene, is highly homologous to Pax1 and belongs to the same subfamily as Pax1, Hup48, PAX9, and pox meso. Two overlapping cDNA clones spanning the entire coding region of Pax9 were isolated and sequenced. A comparison of the Pax1 an...read more

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Characterization and developmental expression of Pax9, a paired-box-containing gene related to Pax1

Developmental Biology

Aug 1, 1995

A NeubüserR Balling

PMID: 7649395

DOI: 10.1006/dbio.1995.1248

Abstract

Pax9, a recently identified mouse paired-box-containing gene, is highly homologous to Pax1 and belongs to the same subfamily as Pax1, Hup48, PAX9, and pox meso. Two overlapping cDNA clones spanning the entire coding region of Pax9 were isolated and sequenced. A comparison of the Pax1 an...read more

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