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    1. Del Bo, R; Torrente, Y; Corti, S; D'Angelo, MG; Comi, GP; Fagiolari, G; Salani, S; Cova, A; Pisati, F; Moggio, M; Ausenda, C; Scarlato, G; Bresolin, N
      In vitro and in vivo tetracycline-controlled myogenic conversion of NIH-3T3 cells: Evidence of programmed cell death after muscle cell transplantation

      CELL TRANSPLANTATION
    2. Halevy, O; Krispin, A; Leshem, Y; McMurtry, JP; Yahav, S
      Early-age heat exposure affects skeletal muscle satellite cell proliferation and differentiation in chicks

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Imabayashi, T; Iehara, N; Takeoka, H; Uematsu-Yanagita, M; Kataoka, H; Nishikawa, S; Sano, H; Yokode, M; Fukatsu, A; Kita, T; Doi, T
      Expression of basic helix-loop-helix proteins in the glomeruli

      CLINICAL NEPHROLOGY
    4. Bergstrom, DA; Tapscott, SJ
      Molecular distinction between specification and differentiation in the myogenic basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor family

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Tsuji, K; Kraut, N; Groudine, M; Noda, M
      Vitamin D-3 enhances the expression of I-mfa, an inhibitor of the MyoD family, in osteoblasts

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    6. Hirst, M; Ho, C; Sabourin, L; Rudnicki, M; Penn, L; Sadowski, I
      A two-hybrid system for transactivator bait proteins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Shah, SB; Peters, D; Jordan, KA; Milner, DJ; Friden, J; Capetanaki, Y; Lieber, RL
      Sarcomere number regulation maintained after immobilization in desmin-nullmouse skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    8. Katzman, S; Cech, JJ
      Juvenile coho salmon locomotion and mosaic muscle are modified by 3',3',5'-tri-iodo-L-thyronine (T-3)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Friday, BB; Pavlath, GK
      A calcineurin- and NFAT-dependent pathway regulates Myf5 gene expression in skeletal muscle reserve cells

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    10. Dressel, U; Bailey, PJ; Wang, SCM; Downes, M; Evans, RM; Muscat, GEO
      A dynamic role for HDAC7 in MEF2-mediated muscle differentiation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Balagopalan, L; Keller, CA; Abmayr, SM
      Loss-of-function mutations reveal that the Drosophila nautilus gene is notessential for embryonic myogenesis or viability

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Chung, MC; Kim, HK; Kawamoto, S
      TFEC can function as a transcriptional activator of the nonmuscle myosin II heavy chain-A gene in transfected cells

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Anderson, JE
      A role for nitric oxide in muscle repair: Nitric oxide-mediated activationof muscle satellite cells

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    14. Zhao, WF; Dhoot, GK
      Skeletal muscle precursors in mouse esophagus are determined during early fetal development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    15. Weis, J; Kaussen, M; Calvo, S; Buonanno, A
      Denervation induces a rapid nuclear accumulation of MRF4 in mature myofibers

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    16. Ikeda, S; Hachisu, R; Yamaguchi, A; Gao, YH; Okano, T
      Radiation retards muscle differentiation but does not affect osteoblastic differentiation induced by bone morphogenetic protein-2 in C2C12 myoblasts

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION BIOLOGY
    17. Seghatoleslami, MR; Myers, L; Knudsen, KA
      Upregulation of myogenin by N-cadherin adhesion in three-dimensional cultures of skeletal myogenic BHK cells

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Kablar, B; Rudnicki, MA
      Skeletal muscle development in the mouse embryo

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    19. Carlsen, H; Gundersen, K
      Helix-loop-helix transcription factors in electrically active and inactiveskeletal muscles

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    20. Martelly, I; Soulet, L; Bonnavaud, S; Cebrian, J; Gautron, J; Barritault, D
      Differential expression of FGF receptors and of myogenic regulatory factors in primary cultures of satellite cells originating from fast (EDL) and slow (Soleus) twitch rat muscles

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Walters, EH; Stickland, NC; Loughna, PT
      The expression of the myogenic regulatory factors in denervated and normalmuscles of different phenotypes

      JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY
    22. Arnold, HH; Braun, T
      Genetics of muscle determination and development

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 48
    23. Uchiyama, K; Ishikawa, A; Hanaoka, K
      Expression of Lbx1 involved in the hypaxial musculature formation of the mouse embryo

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    24. Yamane, A; Ohnuki, Y; Saeki, Y
      Delayed embryonic development of mouse masseter muscle correlates with delayed myoD family expression

      JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH
    25. Friday, BB; Horsley, V; Pavlath, GK
      Calcineurin activity is required for the initiation of skeletal muscle differentiation

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    26. Wei, Q; Marchler, G; Edington, K; Karsch-Mizrachi, I; Paterson, BM
      RNA interference demonstrates a role for nautilus in the myogenic conversion of Schneider cells by daughterless

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. Sabourin, LA; Rudnicki, MA
      The molecular regulation of myogenesis

      CLINICAL GENETICS
    28. Yam, JWP; Chan, KW; Li, N; Hsiao, WLW
      Molecular cloning and functional analysis of the promoter region of rat nonmuscle myosin heavy chain-B gene

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    29. Yamane, A; Mayo, M; Shuler, C; Crowe, D; Oknuki, Y; Dalrymple, K; Saeki, Y
      Expression of myogenic regulatory factors during the development of mouse tongue striated muscle

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    30. Pas, MFWT; Harders, FL; Soumillion, A; Born, L; Buist, W; Meuwissen, THE
      Genetic variation at the porcine MYF-5 gene locus. Lack of association with meat production traits

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    31. Wang, W; Watanabe, M; Nakamura, T; Kudo, Y; Ochi, R
      Properties and expression of Ca2+-activated K+ channels in H9c2 cells derived from rat ventricle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    32. Dalrymple, KR; Prigozy, TI; Mayo, M; Kedes, L; Shuler, CF
      Murine tongue muscle displays a distinct developmental profile of MRF and contractile gene expression

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. Misquitta, L; Paterson, BM
      Targeted disruption of gene function in Drosophila by RNA interference (RNA-i): A role for nautilus in embryonic somatic muscle formation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    34. Yablonka-Reuveni, Z; Seger, R; Rivera, AJ
      Fibroblast growth factor promotes recruitment of skeletal muscle satellitecells in young and old rats

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    35. Kablar, B; Krastel, K; Ying, CY; Tapscott, SJ; Goldhamer, DJ; Rudnicki, MA
      Myogenic determination occurs independently in somites and limb buds

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    36. Johanson, M; Meents, H; Ragge, K; Buchberger, A; Arnold, HH; Sandmoller, A
      Transcriptional activation of the myogenin gene by MEF2-mediated recruitment of Myf5 is inhibited by adenovirus E1A protein

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    37. SIEBER M; ALLEMANN RK
      ARGININE (348) IS A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF THE DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR E12

      Biological chemistry
    38. DIGREGORIO A; LEVINE M
      ASCIDIAN EMBRYOGENESIS AND THE ORIGINS OF THE CHORDATE BODY PLAN

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    39. HARFE BD; FIRE A
      MUSCLE AND NERVE-SPECIFIC REGULATION OF A NOVEL NK-2 CLASS HOMEODOMAIN FACTOR IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Development
    40. TZENG SF; DEVELLIS J
      ID1, ID2, AND ID3 GENE-EXPRESSION IN NEURAL CELLS DURING DEVELOPMENT

      Glia (New York, N.Y. : Print)
    41. ISOBE A; HIRAYAMA E; KIM J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MYOGENIN EXPRESSION IN MYOTUBES DERIVED FROM QUAIL MYOBLASTS TRANSFORMED WITH A TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANT OF ROUS-SARCOMA VIRUS

      Cell structure and function
    42. TAKAHASHI S; ESUMI E; NABESHIMA Y; ASASHIMA M
      REGULATION OF THE XMYF-5 AND XMYOD EXPRESSION PATTERN DURING EARLY XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      Zoological science
    43. KRAUT N; SNIDER L; CHEN CMA; TAPSCOTT SJ; GROUDINE M
      REQUIREMENT OF THE MOUSE I-MFA GENE FOR PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT AND SKELETAL PATTERNING

      EMBO journal (Print)
    44. GALLEVI R; LESHEM Y; AOKI S; NAKAMURA T; HALEVY O
      HEPATOCYTE GROWTH-FACTOR PLAYS A DUAL ROLE IN REGULATING SKELETAL-MUSCLE SATELLITE CELL-PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    45. HERMANN S; SAARIKETTU J; ONIONS J; HUGHES K; GRUNDSTROM T
      CALCIUM REGULATION OF BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Cell calcium
    46. BEOHAR N; KAWAMOTO S
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF THE HUMAN NONMUSCLE MYOSIN-II HEAVY CHAIN-A GENE - IDENTIFICATION OF 3 CLUSTERED CIS-ELEMENTS IN INTRON-1 WHICH MODULATE TRANSCRIPTION IN A CELL TYPE-DEPENDENT AND DIFFERENTIATIONSTATE-DEPENDENT MANNER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. BROWNING CL; CULBERSON DE; ARAGON IV; FILLMORE RA; CROISSANT JD; SCHWARTZ RJ; ZIMMER WE
      THE DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED EXPRESSION OF SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN THE CONTROL OF SMOOTH MUSCLE-SPECIFIC GENES

      Developmental biology
    48. BUONANNO A; CHENG J; VENEPALLY P; WEIS J; CALVO S
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF MUSCLE GENES - REPRESSIVE AND STIMULATORY EFFECTS OF INNERVATION

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    49. MATSUE M; KAGEYAMA R; DENHARDT DT; NODA M
      HELIX-LOOP-HELIX-TYPE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR (HES-1) IS EXPRESSED IN OSTEOBLASTIC CELLS, SUPPRESSED BY 1,25(OH)(2) VITAMIN-D-3, AND MODULATES1,25(OH)(2) VITAMIN-D-3 ENHANCEMENT OF OSTEOPONTIN GENE-EXPRESSION

      Bone
    50. WINTER B; KAUTZNER I; ISSINGER OG; ARNOLD HH
      2 PUTATIVE PROTEIN-KINASE CK2 PHOSPHORYLATION SITES ARE IMPORTANT FORMYF-5 ACTIVITY

      Biological chemistry
    51. HSU HH; ZDANOWICZ MM; AGARWAL VR; SPEISER PW
      EXPRESSION OF MYOGENIC REGULATORY FACTORS IN NORMAL AND DYSTROPHIC MICE - EFFECTS OF IGF-1 TREATMENT

      Biochemical and molecular medicine
    52. YAMANE A; MAYO ML; BRINGAS P; CHEN L; HUYNH M; THAL K; SHUM L; SLAVKIN HC
      TGF-ALPHA, EGF, AND THEIR COGNATE EGF RECEPTOR ARE COEXPRESSED WITH DESMIN DURING EMBRYONIC, FETAL, AND NEONATAL MYOGENESIS IN MOUSE TONGUEDEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    53. ZHU ZM; MILLER JB
      MRF4 CAN SUBSTITUTE FOR MYOGENIN DURING EARLY STAGES OF MYOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    54. TIDYMAN WE; MOORE LA; BANDMAN E
      EXPRESSION OF FAST MYOSIN HEAVY-CHAIN TRANSCRIPTS IN DEVELOPING AND DYSTROPHIC CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Developmental dynamics
    55. MEIERHANS D; ALLEMANN RK
      HIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION IN SOLUBLE FORM, ONE-STEP PURIFICATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF MEF-2C

      Protein expression and purification
    56. BAILEY PJ; DOWHAN DH; FRANKE K; BURKE LJ; DOWNES M; MUSCAT GEO
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY COUP-TF-II IS DEPENDENT ON THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN AND INVOLVES THE N-COR VARIANT, RIP13-DELTA-1

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    57. MEEDEL TH; FARMER SC; LEE JJ
      THE SINGLE MYOD FAMILY GENE OF CIONA-INTESTINALIS ENCODES 2 DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED PROTEINS - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF CHORDATE MUSCLE GENE-REGULATION

      Development
    58. WANG YK; JAENISCH R
      MYOGENIN CAN SUBSTITUTE FOR MYF5 IN PROMOTING MYOGENESIS BUT LESS EFFICIENTLY

      Development
    59. BONNELYE E; VANACKER JM; SPRUYT N; ALRIC S; FOURNIER B; DESBIENS X; LAUDET V
      EXPRESSION OF THE ESTROGEN-RELATED RECEPTOR-1 (ERR-1) ORPHAN RECEPTORDURING MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    60. LIU Y; NIFUJI A; TAMURA M; WOZNEY JM; OLSON EN; NODA M
      SCLERAXIS MESSENGER-RIBONUCLEIC-ACID IS EXPRESSED IN C2C12 MYOBLASTS AND ITS LEVEL IS DOWN-REGULATED BY BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-2 (BMP2)

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    61. MEIERHANS D; SIEBER M; ALLEMANN RK
      HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING OF MEF-2C CORRELATES WITH DNA BENDING

      Nucleic acids research
    62. TAYLOR A; WEBSTER KA; GUSTAFSON TA; KEDES L
      THE ANTI CANCER AGENT DISTAMYCIN-A DISPLACES ESSENTIAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND SELECTIVELY INHIBITS MYOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    63. GUPTA MP; AMIN CS; GUPTA M; HAY N; ZAK R
      TRANSCRIPTION ENHANCER FACTOR-1 INTERACTS WITH A BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX ZIPPER PROTEIN, MAX, FOR POSITIVE REGULATION OF CARDIAC ALPHA-MYOSIN HEAVY-CHAIN GENE-EXPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    64. DEED RW; HARA E; ATHERTON GT; PETERS G; NORTON JD
      REGULATION OF ID3 CELL-CYCLE FUNCTION BY CDK-2-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    65. HIRAYAMA E; ISOBE A; OKAMOTO H; NISHIOKA M; KIM J
      MYOGENIN EXPRESSION IS NECESSARY FOR COMMITMENT TO DIFFERENTIATION AND IS CLOSELY-RELATED TO SRC TYROSINE KINASE-ACTIVITY IN QUAIL MYOBLASTS TRANSFORMED WITH ROUS-SARCOMA VIRUS

      European journal of cell biology
    66. BENNETT AM; TONKS NK
      REGULATION OF DISTINCT STAGES OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION BY MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASES

      Science
    67. MUTOH H; FUNG BP; NAYA FJ; TSAI MJ; NISHITANI J; LEITER AB
      THE BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR BETA2 NEUROD IS EXPRESSED IN MAMMALIAN ENTEROENDOCRINE CELLS AND ACTIVATES SECRETIN GENE-EXPRESSION/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. MAYER DCG; LEINWAND LA
      SARCOMERIC GENE-EXPRESSION AND CONTRACTILITY IN MYOFIBROBLASTS

      The Journal of cell biology
    69. LIU Y; WATANABE H; NIFUJI A; YAMADA Y; OLSON EN; NODA M
      OVEREXPRESSION OF A SINGLE HELIX-LOOP-HELIX-TYPE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR, SCLERAXIS, ENHANCES AGGRECAN GENE-EXPRESSION IN OSTEOBLASTIC OSTEOSARCOMA ROS17 2.8 CELLS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. ONIONS J; HERMANN S; GRUNDSTROM T
      BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEIN SEQUENCES DETERMINING DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITION BY CALMODULIN AND S-100 PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. HEBROK M; FUCHTBAUER A; FUCHTBAUER EM
      REPRESSION OF MUSCLE-SPECIFIC GENE ACTIVATION BY THE MURINE TWIST PROTEIN

      Experimental cell research
    72. DRAKE CJ; BRANDT SJ; TRUSK TC; LITTLE CD
      TAL1 SCL IS EXPRESSED IN ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELLS ANGIOBLASTS ANDDEFINES A DORSAL-TO-VENTRAL GRADIENT OF VASCULOGENESIS/

      Developmental biology
    73. ZWEIGERDT R; BRAUN T; ARNOLD HH
      FAITHFUL EXPRESSION OF THE MYF-5 GENE DURING MOUSE MYOGENESIS REQUIRES DISTANT CONTROL REGIONS - A TRANSGENE APPROACH USING YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES

      Developmental biology
    74. GITELMAN I
      TWIST PROTEIN IN MOUSE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    75. LI L; LIU ZC; MERCER B; OVERBEEK P; OLSON EN
      EVIDENCE FOR SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR-MEDIATED REGULATORY NETWORKS GOVERNING SM22-ALPHA TRANSCRIPTION IN SMOOTH, SKELETAL, AND CARDIAC-MUSCLE-CELLS

      Developmental biology
    76. HASHIMOTO N; OGASHIWA M
      ISOLATION OF A DIFFERENTIATION-DEFECTIVE MYOBLASTIC CELL-LINE, INC2, EXPRESSING MUSCLE LIM PROTEIN UNDER DIFFERENTIATION-INDUCING CONDITIONS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    77. KERKVLIET CM; HINTERBERGER TJ
      DISTAL REGULATORY REGIONS OF THE RAT MRF4 GENE

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    78. SCARPA S; LUCARELLI M; PALITTI F; CAROTTI D; STROM R
      SIMULTANEOUS MYOGENIN EXPRESSION AND OVERALL DNA HYPOMETHYLATION PROMOTE IN-VITRO MYOBLAST DIFFERENTIATION

      Cell growth & differentiation
    79. ZACKSENHAUS E; JIANG Z; CHUNG D; MARTH JD; PHILLIPS RA; GALLIE BL
      PRB CONTROLS PROLIFERATION DIFFERENTIATION, AND DEATH OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS AND OTHER LINEAGES DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    80. MARCHAL S; CASSARMALEK I; RODIER A; WRUTNIAK C; CABELLO G
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF TRIIODOTHYRONINE MYOGE NIC INFLUENCE

      MS. Medecine sciences
    81. LAGORD C; LEIBOVITCH MP; CARPENTIER G; LEIBOVITCH SA; MARTELLY I
      THE KINASE INHIBITOR ISO-H7 STIMULATES RAT SATELLITE CELL-DIFFERENTIATION THROUGH A NONPROTEIN KINASE-C PATHWAY BY INCREASING MYOGENIN EXPRESSION LEVEL

      Cell biology and toxicology
    82. WANG J; HUANG Q; TANG W; NADALGINARD B
      E2F1 INHIBITION OF TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATION BY MYOGENIC BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX REGULATORS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    83. MELO F; CAREY DJ; BRANDAN E
      EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX IS REQUIRED FOR SKELETAL-MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION RUT NOT MYOGENIN EXPRESSION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    84. FICKETT JW
      COORDINATE POSITIONING OF MEF2 AND MYOGENIN BINDING-SITES (REPRINTED FROM GENE-COMBIS, VOL 172, PG GC19-GC32, 1996)

      Gene
    85. FICKETT JW
      COORDINATE POSITIONING OF MEF2 AND MYOGENIN BINDING-SITES

      Gene
    86. KREMPLER A; BRENIG B
      MUSCLE-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION DURING EM BRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift
    87. BURKE L; DOWNES M; CAROZZI A; GIGUERE V; MUSCAT GEO
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY THE ORPHAN STEROID-RECEPTOR RVR REV-ERB-BETA IS DEPENDENT ON THE SIGNATURE MOTIF AND HELIX-5 IN THE E-REGION - FUNCTIONAL EVIDENCE FOR A BIOLOGICAL ROLE OF RVR IN MYOGENESIS/

      Nucleic acids research
    88. NAKAYAMA M; STAUFFER J; CHENG J; BANERJEEBASU S; WAWROUSEK E; BUONANNO A
      COMMON CORE SEQUENCES ARE FOUND IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE SLOW-FIBER-TYPE-SPECIFIC AND FAST-FIBER-TYPE-SPECIFIC REGULATORY ELEMENTS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    89. SANDMOLLER A; MEENTS H; ARNOLD HH
      A NOVEL E1A DOMAIN MEDIATES SKELETAL-MUSCLE-SPECIFIC ENHANCER REPRESSION INDEPENDENTLY OF PRB AND P300 BINDING

      Molecular and cellular biology
    90. ARNOLD HH; BRAUN T
      TARGETED INACTIVATION OF MYOGENIC FACTOR GENES REVEALS THEIR ROLE DURING MOUSE MYOGENESIS - A REVIEW

      The International journal of developmental biology
    91. BUONANNO A; ROSENTHAL N
      MOLECULAR CONTROL OF MUSCLE DIVERSITY AND PLASTICITY

      Developmental genetics
    92. CHEN CY; CROISSANT J; MAJESKY M; TOPOUZIS S; MCQUINN T; FRANKOVSKY MJ; SCHWARTZ RJ
      ACTIVATION OF THE CARDIAC ALPHA-ACTIN PROMOTER DEPENDS UPON SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR, TINMAN HOMOLOG, NKX-2.5, AND INTACT SERUM RESPONSE ELEMENTS

      Developmental genetics
    93. CALVO S; STAUFFER J; NAKAYAMA M; BUONANNO A
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF MUSCLE PLASTICITY - DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF TROPONIN-I GENES BY ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY

      Developmental genetics
    94. BAYLIES MK; BATE M
      TWIST - A MYOGENIC SWITCH IN DROSOPHILA

      Science
    95. MOLKENTIN JD; OLSON EN
      COMBINATORIAL CONTROL OF MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT BY BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIXAND MADS-BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. LIU Y; CSERJESI P; NIFUJI A; OLSON EN; NODA M
      SCLEROTOME-RELATED HELIX-LOOP-HELIX TYPE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR (SCLERAXIS) MESSENGER-RNA IS EXPRESSED IN OSTEOBLASTS AND ITS LEVEL IS ENHANCED BY TYPE-BETA TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR

      Journal of Endocrinology
    97. LI L; MIANO JM; MERCER B; OLSON EN
      EXPRESSION OF THE SM22-ALPHA PROMOTER IN TRANSGENIC MICE PROVIDES EVIDENCE FOR DISTINCT TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORY PROGRAMS IN VASCULAR ANDVISCERAL SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    98. HSIEH CM; YOSHIZUMI M; ENDEGE WO; KHO CJ; JAIN MK; KASHIKI S; DELOSSANTOS R; LEE WS; PERRELLA MA; LEE ME
      APEG-1, A NOVEL GENE PREFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN AORTIC SMOOTH-MUSCLECELLS, IS DOWN-REGULATED BY VASCULAR INJURY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. AZAKIE A; LARKIN SB; FARRANCE IK; GRENNINGLOH G; ORDAHL CP
      DTEF-1, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE TRANSCRIPTION ENHANCER FACTOR-I (TEF-1)MULTIGENE FAMILY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. PAULULAT A; BURCHARD S; RENKAWITZPOHL R
      FUSION FROM MYOBLASTS TO MYOTUBES IS DEPENDENT ON THE ROLLING STONE GENE (ROST) OF DROSOPHILA

      Development


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