HOXD4 gene is transcribed

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Homo sapiens
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The HOXD4 gene is transcribed to yield mRNA (Moroni et al. 1993, Morrison et al. 1996, Morrison et al. 1997). In mouse embryos Hoxd4 mRNA is observed in rhombomere 7 and caudally in spinal cord and prevertebrae. The HOXD4 promoter region is a target of the microRNA miR-10a, which causes repression of transcription (Tan et al. 2009).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
9272954 HOXD4 and regulation of the group 4 paralog genes

Krumlauf, R, Featherstone, M, Morrison, A, Gould, A, Ariza-McNaughton, L

Development 1997
7908827 Regulation of the human HOXD4 gene by retinoids

Moroni, MC, Mavilio, F, Viganó, MA

Mech. Dev. 1993
8674428 In vitro and transgenic analysis of a human HOXD4 retinoid-responsive enhancer

Moroni, MC, Krumlauf, R, Morrison, A, Mavilio, F, Ariza-McNaughton, L

Development 1996
19232136 Transcriptional inhibiton of Hoxd4 expression by miRNA-10a in human breast cancer cells

Tan, Y, Wu, T, Skogerb√ł, G, Zhang, B, Zhu, X, Chen, R, He, S, Guo, X

BMC Mol. Biol. 2009
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