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Journal: Development
Development (2019) 146 (14): dev175042.
Published: 24 July 2019
... and severity. Epigenetic or chromatin-mediated mechanisms are commonly invoked to explain variable penetrance. However, specific examples of these are rare. Two functional copies of the MOZ ( KAT6A , MYST3 ) gene, encoding a MYST family lysine acetyltransferase chromatin regulator, are essential for human...
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Journal: Development
Development (2008) 135 (11): 1935–1946.
Published: 01 June 2008
... mutants display anterior transformations of pharyngeal arches due to progressive loss of anterior Hox gene expression. Brpf1 functions in association with the histone acetyltransferase Moz (Myst3), an interaction mediated by the N-terminal domain of Brpf1, and promotes histone acetylation in vivo. Brpf1...
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Journal: Development
Development (2006) 133 (14): 2661–2669.
Published: 15 July 2006
... in skeletogenic cranial neural crest cells (CNC) for skeletal pattern. However,Hox genes are also expressed in other facial tissues, such as the ectoderm and endoderm, suggesting that Hox genes could also regulate extrinsic signalling from non-CNC tissues. Here we study moz mutant zebrafish in which hoxa2b...
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Journal: Development
Development (2004) 131 (10): 2443–2461.
Published: 15 May 2004
... acetyltransferase MOZ (monocytic leukemia zinc finger) is required for specifying segmental identity in the second through fourth pharyngeal arches. In moz mutant zebrafish, the second pharyngeal arch is dramatically transformed into a mirror-image duplicated jaw. This phenotype resembles a similar but stronger...