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Pathways reviewed by Krauss, Robert (374999)

DB_ID Name
1266738 Developmental Biology
375170 CDO in myogenesis

Details on Person Krauss, Robert

Class:IdPerson:374999
_displayNameKrauss, Robert
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:40:26
affiliation[Affiliation:1247568] Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Developmental and Regenerative Biology, NY.
created[InstanceEdit:375003] Garapati, P V, 2008-08-11 10:27:10
firstnameRobert
initialRS
modified[InstanceEdit:1247579] Garapati, P V, 2011-04-03
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
surnameKrauss
(author)[InstanceEdit:507894] Krauss, RS, 2010-02-09
[InstanceEdit:1500747] Maness, PF, Krauss, RS, Walmod, PS, Jensen, J, 2011-08-22
[LiteratureReference:374997] BOC, an Ig superfamily member, associates with CDO to positively regulate myogenic differentiation
[LiteratureReference:375051] Netrins and neogenin promote myotube formation
[LiteratureReference:375823] Close encounters: regulation of vertebrate skeletal myogenesis by cell-cell contact
[LiteratureReference:375826] A Cdo-Bnip-2-Cdc42 signaling pathway regulates p38alpha/beta MAPK activity and myogenic differentiation
[LiteratureReference:375845] Promyogenic members of the Ig and cadherin families associate to positively regulate differentiation
[LiteratureReference:375890] Activation of p38alpha/beta MAPK in myogenesis via binding of the scaffold protein JLP to the cell surface protein Cdo
[LiteratureReference:448905] Positive regulation of myogenic bHLH factors and skeletal muscle development by the cell surface receptor CDO
[LiteratureReference:448927] CDO, a robo-related cell surface protein that mediates myogenic differentiation
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