GLI transcriptional repression is inert prior to Hedgehog pathway activation.PubMed »
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GLI transcriptional repression regulates tissue-specific enhancer activity in response to Hedgehog signaling.
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PRMT5 is necessary to form distinct cartilage identities in the knee and long bone.
Ramachandran J, Liu Z, Gray RS, Vokes SA.
PRMT5 is essential for the maintenance of chondrogenic progenitor cells in the limb bud
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