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The stage-dependent roles of Ldb1 and functional redundancy with Ldb2 in mammalian retinogenesis

Development

Oct 5, 2016

Keren GuetaRuth Ashery-Padan

Abstract

The Lim domain-binding proteins are key co-factor proteins that assemble with LIM domains of the LMO/LIM-HD family to form functional complexes that regulate cell proliferation and differentiation. Using conditional mutagenesis and comparative phenotypic analysis, we analyze the functio...read more

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VSX2 gene
LDB1 gene
LDB2 gene
Ldb1 protein, mouse
Ldb2 protein, mouse
LDB1 protein, human
Founder Mice, Transgenic
VSX2 protein, human
LIM Domain
CoFactor brand of 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate
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The stage-dependent roles of Ldb1 and functional redundancy with Ldb2 in mammalian retinogenesis

Development

Oct 5, 2016

Keren GuetaRuth Ashery-Padan

PMID: 27697904

DOI: 10.1242/dev.129734

Abstract

The Lim domain-binding proteins are key co-factor proteins that assemble with LIM domains of the LMO/LIM-HD family to form functional complexes that regulate cell proliferation and differentiation. Using conditional mutagenesis and comparative phenotypic analysis, we analyze the functio...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

VSX2 gene
LDB1 gene
LDB2 gene
Ldb1 protein, mouse
Ldb2 protein, mouse
LDB1 protein, human
Founder Mice, Transgenic
VSX2 protein, human
LIM Domain
CoFactor brand of 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate
2
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