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Atonal homolog 1b

atoh1.2, atoh1b
Top mentioned proteins: Math1, HAIR, Ptf1a, Olig2, TUBE
Papers on atoh1.2
GLUT2-mediated glucose uptake and availability are required for embryonic brain development in zebrafish.
Planas et al., Barcelona, Spain. In J Cereb Blood Flow Metab, 2015
Coinciding with the observed localization of glut2 expression in the zebrafish hindbrain, glut2 deficiency affected the development of neural progenitor cells expressing the proneural genes atoh1b and ptf1a but not those expressing neurod.
The role of her4 in inner ear development and its relationship with proneural genes and Notch signalling.
Alsina et al., Barcelona, Spain. In Plos One, 2013
In contrast, during sensorigenesis her4 is initially Notch-independent and induced by atoh1b in a broad prosensory domain.
The role of hair cells, cilia and ciliary motility in otolith formation in the zebrafish otic vesicle.
Whitfield et al., Sheffield, United Kingdom. In Development, 2012
However, if the first hair cells are missing (atoh1b morphant), otolith formation is severely disrupted and delayed.
Proneural gene-linked neurogenesis in zebrafish cerebellum.
Hibi et al., Kōbe, Japan. In Dev Biol, 2010
In zebrafish, three atoh1 genes, atoh1a, atoh1b, and atoh1c, are expressed in overlapping but distinct expression domains in the upper rhombic lip (URL): ptf1a is expressed exclusively in the ventricular zone (VZ).
Zebrafish atoh1 genes: classic proneural activity in the inner ear and regulation by Fgf and Notch.
Riley et al., College Station, United States. In Development, 2007
atoh1a and atoh1b are together necessary for hair cell development. These genes crossregulate each other but are differentially required during distinct developmental periods
atoh1.2 and beta3.1 are two new bHLH-encoding genes expressed in selective precursor cells of the zebrafish anterior hindbrain.
Bally-Cuif et al., München, Germany. In Gene Expr Patterns, 2004
atoh1.2 and beta3.1 are transcribed in distinct precursors.
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