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  • In this case, one of the repeated motifs in that tune is a gene, Nodal, which is active in gastrulation and shows a similar pattern in animal after animal.

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  • Asymmetry is crucial for the heart proper functioning, and now, scientists from the Institute Gulbenkian of Science in Portugal and Harvard University, have discovered that a family of genes, called Nodal, is crucial determining this asymmetry by controlling the speed and direction of the heart muscle cells during embryonic development.

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  • A second protein, known as Nodal, is present only on the left and teams up with Fgf8 to attract the group of nerve cells, triggering a cascade of events that lead to asymmetric development of the brain, with neurons on the left making different connections to those on the right.

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  • The transcription effectors Smad2 / 3 regulate several hundreds of genes downstream of TGFβ ligands, including morphogens such as Nodal and Activin with essential roles in vertebrate embryonic development.

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  • 2 Mammalian Genetics Unit, MRC, Harwell, United Kingdom The Transforming Growth Factor (TGF) β signalling family includes morphogens, such as Nodal and Activin, with important functions in vertebrate development.

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  • Commodity exchanges NYSE Liffe, the London Metal Exchange and the Nodal Exchange are among the markets LCH.Clearnet currently acts as a central counterparty for.

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  • One Nodal Officer of the Forest Department will coordinate all such activities.

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  • Nodal enterprises bring unique capabilities and enlightened leadership to the design of these platforms.

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  • Nodal then activates other genes like Pitx2 farther downstream, that leads to a bias in how development proceeds on the left vs. the right.

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  • ‹ Jyri Engestrom on “Nodal Points” • Words we use for what we make ›

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  • Nodal point is the point in a system around which other elements cluster. In a bi-nodal system, they cluster around two points, and the force of attraction of each node determines the strength of the cluster around it.

    August 5, 2009