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C.elegans tm840 The ELT-2 GATA-factor and the global regulation of transcription in the C. elegans intestine.
C.elegans tm3036 , tm1931 Anti-fungal innate immunity in C. elegans is enhanced by evolutionary diversification of antimicrobial peptides.
Drosophila tepIV-Gal4 Serpent, suppressor of hairless and U-shaped are crucial regulators of hedgehog niche expression and prohemocyte maintenance during Drosophila larval hematopoiesis.
Drosophila Migration of Drosophila intestinal stem cells across organ boundaries.
Human and Animal Cells Trps1 regulates proliferation and apoptosis of chondrocytes through Stat3 signaling.
Human and Animal Cells Trps1 deficiency enlarges the proliferative zone of growth plate cartilage by upregulation of Pthrp.
Human and Animal Cells Trps1 plays a pivotal role downstream of Gdf5 signaling in promoting chondrogenesis and apoptosis of ATDC5 cells.
C.elegans tm4063 The GATA factor elt-1 regulates C. elegans developmental timing by promoting expression of the let-7 family microRNAs.
C.elegans tm1381 Multiple transcription factors directly regulate Hox gene lin-39 expression in ventral hypodermal cells of the C. elegans embryo and larva, including the hypodermal fate regulators LIN-26 and ELT-6.
C.elegans tm840 Gene transcription is coordinated with, but not dependent on, cell divisions during C. elegans embryonic fate specification.
C.intestinalis / (O.japonicus) Wild C. int A Maternal System Initiating the Zygotic Developmental Program through Combinatorial Repression in the Ascidian Embryo.
C.elegans tm840 Quantitating transcription factor redundancy: The relative roles of the ELT-2 and ELT-7 GATA factors in the C. elegans endoderm.
Drosophila DGRC#109029 Cell-Specific Imd-NF-κB Responses Enable Simultaneous Antibacterial Immunity and Intestinal Epithelial Cell Shedding upon Bacterial Infection.