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Rapid amplification of complementary DNA ends for generation of full-length complementary DNAs : thermal RACEFROHMAN, M. A.Methods in enzymology. 1993, Vol 218, Num 1, pp 340-356, issn 0076-6879Article

Mammalian phospholipase D physiological and pathological rolesPENG, X; FROHMAN, M. A.Acta physiologica (Print). 2012, Vol 204, Num 2, pp 219-226, issn 1748-1708, 8 p.Conference Paper

Isolation of the mouse Hox-2.9 gene ; analysis of embryonic expression suggests that positional information along the anterior-posterior axis is specified by mesodermFROHMAN, M. A; BOYLE, M; MARTIN, G. R et al.Development. 1990, Vol 110, Num 2, pp 589-607, 19 p.Article

Tissue-specific transcription initiation and effects of growth hormone (GH) deficiency on the regulation of mouse and rat GH-releasing hormone gene in hypothalamus and placentaMIZOBUCHI, M; FROHMAN, M. A; DOWNS, T. R et al.Molecular endocrinology (Baltimore, Md.). 1991, Vol 5, Num 4, pp 476-484, issn 0888-8809, 9 p.Article

Growth hormone-releasing hormone : structure, gene expression and molecular heterogeneityFROHMAN, L. A; DOWNS, T. R; CHOMCZYNSKI, P et al.Acta paediatrica Scandinavica. Supplement. 1990, Num 367, pp 81-86, issn 0300-8843Conference Paper

Cloning and characterization of mouse growth hormone-releasing hormone (GRH) complementary DNA: increased GRH messenger RNA levels in the growth hormone-deficient lit/lit mouseFROHMAN, M. A; DOWNS, T. R; CHOMCZYNSKI, P et al.Molecular endocrinology (Baltimore, Md.). 1989, Vol 3, Num 10, pp 1529-1536, issn 0888-8809Article

Altered rhombomere-specific gene expression and hyoid bone differentiation in the mouse segmentation mutant, kreisler (kr)FROHMAN, M. A; MARTIN, G. R; CORDES, S. P et al.Development (Cambridge). 1993, Vol 117, Num 3, pp 925-936, issn 0950-1991Article

Spatially restricted expression of Dlx-1, Dlx-2 (Tes-1), Gbx-2, and Wnt-3 in the embryonic day 12.5 mouse forebrain defines potential transverse and longitudinal segmental boundariesBULFONE, A; PUELLES, L; PORTEUS, M. H et al.The Journal of neuroscience. 1993, Vol 13, Num 7, pp 3155-3172, issn 0270-6474Article

Cut, paste, and save: new approaches to altering specific genes in miceFROHMAN, M. A; MARTIN, G. R.Cell (Cambridge). 1989, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 145-147, issn 0092-8674Article

Isolation and analysis of embryonic expression of Hox-4.9, a member of the murine labial-like gene familyFROHMAN, M. A; MARTIN, G. R.Mechanisms of development. 1992, Vol 38, Num 1, pp 55-67, issn 0925-4773Article

Rapid production of full-length cDNAs from rare transcripts: amplification using a single gene-specific oligonucleotide primerFROHMAN, M. A; DUSH, M. K; MARTIN, G. R et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1988, Vol 85, Num 23, pp 8998-9002, issn 0027-8424Article

Differential expression of the mouse homeobox-containing gene Hox-1.4 during male germ cell differentiation and embryonic developmentWOLGEMUTH, D. J; VIVIANO, C. M; GIZANG-GINSBERG, E et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1987, Vol 84, Num 16, pp 5813-5817, issn 0027-8424Article

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