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HOXA11  -  homeobox A11

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High impact information on HOXA11

  • The earlier expression of HOXA-11 in both the myogenic precursor cells and the mesenchyme was dependent on the apical ectodermal ridge (AER), but later expression was independent of the AER [1].
  • Distinct signaling molecules control Hoxa-11 and Hoxa-13 expression in the muscle precursor and mesenchyme of the chick limb bud [1].
  • We dissected the regulatory mechanisms directing the unique expression patterns of Hoxa-11 and Hoxa-13 during limb muscle development [1].
  • HOXA-11 expression in both myogenic precursor cells and mesenchyme was induced by fibroblast growth factor (FGF) signal, whereas hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor (HGF/SF) maintained HOXA-11 expression in the myogenic precursor cells, but not in the mesenchyme [1].
  • Nine thousand and eighty-eight base pairs of the chicken Hoxa 11 gene, including 8470 bases 5' of the translation start site were sequenced, and the characteristics of the upstream sequence investigated [2].
 

Biological context of HOXA11

 

Anatomical context of HOXA11

  • HOXA-11 protein was detected in both the myogenic cells and the zeugopodal mesenchymal cells of the limb bud [1].

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