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XB-ART-47147
J Cell Biol. May 27, 2013; 201 (5): 759-76.

The hypoxia factor Hif-1α controls neural crest chemotaxis and epithelial to mesenchymal transition.

Barriga EH , Maxwell PH , Reyes AE , Mayor R .


Abstract


PubMed ID: 23712262
PMC ID: PMC3664719
Article link: J Cell Biol.
Grant support: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research CouncilMedical Research CouncilWellcome Trust , MR/J000655/1 Medical Research CouncilBiotechnology and Biological Sciences Research CouncilMedical Research CouncilWellcome Trust , MRC_MR/J000655/1 Medical Research CouncilBiotechnology and Biological Sciences Research CouncilMedical Research CouncilWellcome Trust , MR/J000655/1 Medical Research CouncilBiotechnology and Biological Sciences Research CouncilMedical Research CouncilWellcome Trust

Genes referenced: cad cald1 cdh1 ctrl cxcl12 cxcr4 itk snai1 snai2 sst twist1

Antibodies referenced: Cdh1 Ab1
Morpholinos referenced: hif1a MO1

References:
Akimenko, 1994, Pubmed[+]


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