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000202350 245__ $$aPax6-dependent, but beta-catenin-independent, function of Bcl9 proteins in mouse lens development
000202350 260__ $$aCold Spring Harbor$$bCold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press$$c2014
000202350 269__ $$a2014
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000202350 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000202350 520__ $$aBcl9 and Bcl9l (Bcl9/9l) encode Wnt signaling components that mediate the interaction between beta-catenin and Pygopus (Pygo) via two evolutionarily conserved domains, HD1 and HD2, respectively. We generated mouse strains lacking these domains to probe the beta-catenin-dependent and beta-catenin-independent roles of Bcl9/9l and Pygo during mouse development. While lens development is critically dependent on the presence of the HD1 domain, it is not affected by the lack of the HD2 domain, indicating that Bcl9/9l act in this context in a beta-catenin-independent manner. Furthermore, we uncover a new regulatory circuit in which Pax6, the master regulator of eye development, directly activates Bcl9/9l transcription.
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000202350 6531_ $$alens induction
000202350 6531_ $$aPax6
000202350 700__ $$aCantù, Claudio
000202350 700__ $$aZimmerli, Dario
000202350 700__ $$aHausmann, George
000202350 700__ $$aValenta, Thomas
000202350 700__ $$aMoor, Andreas
000202350 700__ $$0240585$$aAguet, Michel$$g168669
000202350 700__ $$aBasler, Konrad
000202350 773__ $$j28$$k17$$q1879-1884$$tGenes & Development
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