Epigenetic Control of the Bone-master Runx2 Gene during Osteoblast-lineage Commitment by the Histone Demethylase JARID1B/KDM5B.
Transcription factor Runx2 controls bone development and osteoblast differentiation by regulating expression of a significant number of bone-related target genes.
Polycomb PRC2 complex mediates epigenetic silencing of a critical osteogenic master regulator in the hippocampus.
During hippocampal neuron differentiation, the expression of critical inducers of non-neuronal cell lineages must be efficiently silenced.
Mll-COMPASS complexes mediate H3K4me3 enrichment and transcription of the osteoblast master gene Runx2/p57 in osteoblasts.
Expression of Runx2/p57 is a hallmark of the osteoblast-lineage identity. Although several regulators that control the expression of Runx2/p57 during osteoblast-lineage commitment have been identified,…
Regulación epigenética en cáncer de pulmón: implicaciones para el clínico.
En el mundo, el cáncer de pulmón es la principal causa de muerte por neoplasias, yello se debe a que su detección ocurre en los estadios más avanzados de la enfermedad(III o IV).
Manejo transdisciplinario de pacientes con desórdenes del desarrollo sexual en Colombia. Limitantes para un manejo oportuno e integral.
Transdisciplinary management of patients with disorders of sexual development in Colombia. Limiting factors for appropriate management..
Transición epitelio mesénquima: de lo molecular a lo fisiológico.
La transición epitelio mesénquima (EMT) es un proceso compuesto de diferentes fases, donde una célula epitelial adquiere un fenotipo mesenquimal…
Gene dosage of DAX-1, determining in sexual differentiation: duplication of
DAX-1 in two sisters with gonadal dysgenesis.
Primary lung cancer cell culture from transthoracic needle biopsy samples.
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the world. The high mortality rate of this pathology is directly related to its late detection, since its symptoms can be masked by other diseases of lower risk
Role of RUNX2 transcription factor in epithelial mesenchymal
transition in non-small cell lung cancer lung cancer: Epigenetic control of the RUNX2 P1 promoter.
Lung cancer has a high mortality rate in men and women worldwide. Approximately 15% of diagnosed patients with this type of cancer do not exceed the 5-year survival rate
RUNX family: Oncogenes or tumor suppressors (Review).
Runt‑related transcription factor (RUNX) proteins belong to a transcription factors family known as master regulators of important embryonic developmental programs
Novel homozygous mutation in a colombian patient with persistent müllerian duct syndrome: expanded phenotype.
The anti-Müllerian hormone triggers the regression of uterus and fallopian tubes in male embryos; if there are problems in the synthesis or action of this protein, Müllerian structures persist in an otherwise phenotypic male.
Disorders of Sexual Development: Current Status and Progress in the Diagnostic Approach.
Disorders of sexual development (DSD) are conditions with an atypical chromosomal, gonadal or phenotypic sex, which leads to differences in the development of the urogenital tract and different clinical phenotypes.
Disorders of sex development: Genetic characterization of a patient cohort.
Disorders of sex development (DSDs) are congenital conditions in which the external appearance of the individual does not coincide with the chromosomal constitution or the gonadal sex. In other words, there is an ambiguous or intermediate condition between the male and female phenotypes of the anatomical sex
Joint Transcriptomic Analysis of Lung Cancer and Other Lung Diseases.
Epidemiological and clinical evidence points cancer comorbidity with pulmonary chronic disease. The acquisition of some hallmarks of cancer by cells affected with lung pathologies as a cell adaptive mechanism to a shear stress, suggests that could be associated with the establishment of tumoral processes.
Control epigenético en la transición epitelio-mesénquima.
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