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overview Skeletal development, mouse genetics, chondrocytes, regulatory mechanisms for gene expression in the skeletal system, microRNAs
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Academic Article Unique roles of microRNA140 and its host gene WWP2 in cartilage biology.
Academic Article Sox9 is upstream of microRNA-140 in cartilage.
Academic Article Chondrocyte-specific microRNA-140 regulates endochondral bone development and targets Dnpep to modulate bone morphogenetic protein signaling.
Academic Article Dicer-dependent pathways regulate chondrocyte proliferation and differentiation.
Concept MicroRNAs
Academic Article let-7 and miR-140 microRNAs coordinately regulate skeletal development.
Academic Article MicroRNAs in cartilage development, homeostasis, and disease.
Academic Article MicroRNAs involved in bone formation.
Academic Article Early postnatal ablation of the microRNA-processing enzyme, Drosha, causes chondrocyte death and impairs the structural integrity of the articular cartilage.
Academic Article MicroRNA-140 Provides Robustness to the Regulation of Hypertrophic Chondrocyte Differentiation by the PTHrP-HDAC4 Pathway.
Grant Small RNAs in skeletogenesis
Grant Role of let-7 microRNAs in skeletal development
Grant Role of miR-17-92 miRNAs in skeletal development and bone homeostasis
Academic Article Distinct molecular pathways mediate Mycn and Myc-regulated miR-17-92 microRNA action in Feingold syndrome mouse models.
Academic Article Deconvolution of seed and RNA-binding protein crosstalk in RNAi-based functional genomics.
Grant Role of miR-17-92 miRNAs in skeletal development and bone homeostasis
Academic Article Curr Mol Bio Rep
Academic Article Polarity Acquisition in Cortical Neurons Is Driven by Synergistic Action of Sox9-Regulated Wwp1 and Wwp2 E3 Ubiquitin Ligases and Intronic miR-140.
Academic Article Gain-of-function mutation of microRNA-140 in human skeletal dysplasia.
Academic Article MicroRNAs in cartilage development and dysplasia.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.