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  1. BMPER regulates cardiomyocyte size and vessel density in vivo BioProject

    ID: PRJNA175486

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

  2. BMPER regulates cardiomyocyte size and vessel density in vivo OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-40983

    Date Released: 05-03-2014

    Description: Background: BMPER, an orthologue of Drosophila melanogaster crossveinless-2, is a secreted factor that re...

  3. BMPER regulates cardiomyocyte size and vessel density in vivo ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-40983

    Description: Background: BMPER, an orthologue of Drosophila melanogaster crossveinless-2, is a secreted factor that re...

  4. The Clip-segment of the von Willebrand domain 1 of the BMP modulator protein Crossveinless 2 is preformed PDB

    ID: PDB:2MBK

    Description: Crossveinless 2

  5. Crystal structure of the complex of BMP-2 and the first Von Willebrand domain type C of Crossveinless-2 PDB

    ID: PDB:3BK3

    Description: Bone morphogenetic protein 2, Crossveinless 2

  6. Corymbia citriodora strain:CV2-025 | cultivar:variegata CV2-025 : Corymbia citriodora variegata CV2-025 Resequencing genome sequencing BioProject

    ID: PRJNA333375

    Keywords: genome sequencing

    Access Type: download

  7. Corymbia citriodora strain:CV2-046 | cultivar:variegata CV2-046 : Corymbia citriodora strain:CV2-046 | cultivar:variegata CV2-046 Genome sequencing BioProject

    ID: PRJNA333377

    Keywords: genome sequencing

    Access Type: download

  8. Corymbia citriodora strain:CV2-019 | cultivar:variegata CV2-019 : Corymbia citriodora strain:CV2-019 | cultivar:variegata CV2-019 Genome sequencing BioProject

    ID: PRJNA333374

    Keywords: genome sequencing

    Access Type: download

  9. Identification of downstream transcriptional targets of Dlx5 during early mouse inner ear (otocyst/otic vesicle) development ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-22381

    Description: he differentially expressed genes for homeodomain binding sites followed by chromatin immunoprecipitation in an otic vesicle-derived cell line over-expressing Dlx5. Normal vestibular morphogenesis is compromised in mice lacking Dlx5, a member of the Distal-less family of homeobox transcription factors. We identified its direct downstream targets in the developing mouse inner ear by gene expression profiling wild-type and Dlx5 null otic vesicles from embryonic stages E10 and E10.5. Four hundred genes were differentially expressed in mutants when compared to wild-type in at least one of the two stages. To further constrain the list of likely direct targets of Dlx5, we examined the genomic DNA sequences in the 3kb promoter regions immediately proximal to the transcriptional start sites of these genes. We searched for (i) one or more previously described binding site for Dlx5, (ii) one or more novel 12bp-long mo...

  10. The Pitx2:miR-200c/141:noggin pathway regulates BMP signaling and ameloblast differentiation ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-48583

    Description: tion. miR-200c repressed noggin, an antagonist of Bmp signaling. Pitx2 expression caused an up-regulation of miR-200c and chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assays revealed endogenous Pitx2 binding to the miR-200c/141 promoter. A positive feedback loop was discovered between miR-200c and Bmp signaling. miR-200c/141 induced expression of E-cadherin and the dental epithelial cell differentiation marker, amelogenin. In addition, miR-203 expression was activated by endogenous Pitx2 and targeted the Bmp antagonist <...

  11. Identification of downstream transcriptional targets of Dlx5 during early mouse inner ear (otocyst/otic vesicle) development BioProject

    ID: PRJNA127635

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: he differentially expressed genes for homeodomain binding sites followed by chromatin immunoprecipitation in an otic vesicle-derived cell line over-expressing Dlx5. Normal vestibular morphogenesis is compromised in mice lacking Dlx5, a member of the Distal-less family of homeobox transcription factors. We identified its direct downstream targets in the developing mouse inner ear by gene expression profiling wild-type and Dlx5 null otic vesicles from embryonic stages E10 and E10.5. Four hundred genes were differentially expressed in mutants when compared to wild-type in at least one of the two stages. To further constrain the list of likely direct targets of Dlx5, we examined the genomic DNA sequences in the 3kb promoter regions immediately proximal to the transcriptional start sites of these genes. We searched for (i) one or more previously described binding site for Dlx5, (ii) one or more novel 12bp-long mo...
  12. Identification of downstream transcriptional targets of Dlx5 during early mouse inner ear (otocyst/otic vesicle) development OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-22381

    Date Released: 07-12-2011

    Description: he differentially expressed genes for homeodomain binding sites followed by chromatin immunoprecipitation in an otic vesicle-derived cell line over-expressing Dlx5. Normal vestibular morphogenesis is compromised in mice lacking Dlx5, a member of the Distal-less family of homeobox transcription factors. We identified its direct downstream targets in the developing mouse inner ear by gene expression profiling wild-type and Dlx5 null otic vesicles from embryonic stages E10 and E10.5. Four hundred genes were differentially expressed in mutants when compared to wild-type in at least one of the two stages. To further constrain the list of likely direct targets of Dlx5, we examined the genomic DNA sequences in the 3kb promoter regions immediately proximal to the transcriptional start sites of these genes. We searched for (i) one or more previously described binding site for Dlx5, (ii) one or more novel 12bp-long mo...

  13. The Pitx2:miR-200c/141:noggin pathway regulates BMP signaling and ameloblast differentiation BioProject

    ID: PRJNA210751

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

  14. Data from: Phylogeny of genus Cupuladria (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) in the Neogene of tropical America Dryad

    DateIssued: 09-12-2014

    Description: s except that there are no molecular data for the CV2 clade. Diversification of species was higher in the CV1 and CV2 clades than CNV clade, and involved mostly Caribbean species. Cupuladria with vicarious clade 1 (CV1) includes: C. monotrema, C. pacificiensis, C. exfragminis, C. cheethami, C. biporosa, and four new species: C. pervagata, C. floridensis, C. colonensis and C. dominicana. Cupuladria with vicarious clade 2 (CV2) includes: C. multesima, C. incognita, and three new species C. collyrida, C. veracruxiensis and C. planissima. Cupuladria clade without vicarious (CNV) includes: C. surinamensis, C. panamensis, and one new species C. gigas. The stratigraphic occurrence of species is consistent with cladogram topology within clades. However hypothesized cladistic relations among clades are the reverse of their stratigraphic occurrence with younger clade CNV appearing as the hypothetical ancestor of the two older clades CV1 and CV2. More extensive collections of early to middle Miocene speci...

  15. Expression data from human SEMDJL1 skin fibroblasts with recessive B3GALT6 mutations (GalT-II deficiency) BioProject

    ID: PRJNA251978

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: P4, signaling transduction molecules of the TGFβ/BMP pathway, i.e., GDF6, GDF15, and BMPER, and transcription factors of the HOX and LIM families implicated in skeletal and limb development. Immunofluorescence analyses confirmed the down-regulated expression of some of these genes, in particular of the cartilage oligomeric matrix protein and osteopontin, encoded by COMP and SPP1, respectively, and showed the predominant reduction and disassembly of the heparan sulfate specific GAGs, as well as of the PG perlecan and type III and V collagens. The key role of GalT-II in GAG synthesis and the crucial biological functions of PGs are consistent with the perturbation of many physiological functions that are critical for the correct architecture and homeostasis of various connective tissues, including skin, bone, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments, and generates the wide phenotypic spectrum of GalT-II-deficient patients. Overall design: Comparison between two SEMDJL1 human fibroblasts and three healthy individuals....
  16. The Pitx2:miR-200c/141:noggin pathway regulates BMP signaling and ameloblast differentiation OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-48583

    Date Released: 06-03-2014

    Description: tion. miR-200c repressed noggin, an antagonist of Bmp signaling. Pitx2 expression caused an up-regulation of miR-200c and chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assays revealed endogenous Pitx2 binding to the miR-200c/141 promoter. A positive feedback loop was discovered between miR-200c and Bmp signaling. miR-200c/141 induced expression of E-cadherin and the dental epithelial cell differentiation marker, amelogenin. In addition, miR-203 expression was activated by endogenous Pitx2 and targeted the Bmp antagonist <...

  17. Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos Dryad

    DateIssued: 10-29-2014

    Description: radular tooth along the middle point of its axis. CV2 represents the shortening of the anterior portion and the increase of the width of the shaft of the radular tooth. The numbers in the shell and radular tooth represent landmarks and semilandmarks used in geometric morphometric analyses (see further details in Supplementary material_S2)....

  18. Data from: Evolution at a different pace: Distinctive phylogenetic patterns of cone snails from two ancient oceanic archipelagos Dryad

    DateIssued: 10-29-2014

    Description: e point markings the maximum width of the shells. CV2 represents the lowering of the spire height and the enlargement of the aperture of the shell;...

  19. Neuroprotective effect of Ascorbic acid and Ginkgo biloba against Fluoride caused Neurotoxicity Figshare

    ID: doi:10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1236835

    Release Date: 11-12-2014

    Description:

    dataset.creators: Raghu Jetti1, Raghuveer CV2

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