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Neuregulin induces the expression of transcription factors and myosin heavy chains typical of muscle spindles in cultured human muscle

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Aug 11, 2004

Christian JacobsonG D Fischbach

Abstract

Neuregulin (NRG) (also known as ARIA, GGF, and other names) is a heparin sulfate proteoglycan secreted into the neuromuscular junction by innervating motor and sensory neurons. An integral part of synapse formation, we have analyzed NRG-induced changes in gene expression over 48 h in pr...read more

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EGR1 gene
EGR3 gene
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EGR1 protein, human
GGF2 protein, human
Immediate-Early Proteins
EGR2 protein, human
Developmental Process
Specimen Type - Skeletal Muscle
Early Growth Response Protein 1
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Neuregulin induces the expression of transcription factors and myosin heavy chains typical of muscle spindles in cultured human muscle

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Aug 11, 2004

Christian JacobsonG D Fischbach

PMID: 15302938

DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0404240101

Abstract

Neuregulin (NRG) (also known as ARIA, GGF, and other names) is a heparin sulfate proteoglycan secreted into the neuromuscular junction by innervating motor and sensory neurons. An integral part of synapse formation, we have analyzed NRG-induced changes in gene expression over 48 h in pr...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

EGR1 gene
EGR3 gene
EGR3 protein, human
EGR1 protein, human
GGF2 protein, human
Immediate-Early Proteins
EGR2 protein, human
Developmental Process
Specimen Type - Skeletal Muscle
Early Growth Response Protein 1

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