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Wu, J.I.* ; Rajendra, R. ; Barsi, J.C.* ; Durfee, L.* ; Benito, E . * ; Gao, G.* ; Kuruvilla, M.* ; Hrdlicková, R.* ; Liss, A.S.* ; Artzt, K.*

Targeted disruption of Mib2 causes exencephaly with a variable penetrance.

Genesis 45, 722-727 (2007)
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Mib1 and Mib2 ubiquitin ligases are very similar in their domain construction. They partake in the Notch signaling pathway by ubiquitinating the Notch receptors Delta and Jagged prior to endocytosis. We have created a targeted mutation of Mib2 and show that its phenotype is a variable penetrance, failure to close the cranial neural tube. The penetrance depends on the genetic background but it appears that Mib2 is not completely essential in mouse development.
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Publication type Article: Journal article
Document type Scientific Article
Keywords Mib2; exencephaly; neural tube closure; MMU4; ubiquitin ligase
ISSN (print) / ISBN 1526-954X
e-ISSN 1526-968X
Quellenangaben Volume: 45, Issue: 11, Pages: 722-727 Article Number: , Supplement: ,
Publisher Wiley
Reviewing status Peer reviewed