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Summary Expression Gene Literature (7) GO Terms (1) Nucleotides (7) Proteins (5) Interactants (12) Wiki

Papers associated with pm27 (and LOC100887844)

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A minimal molecular toolkit for mineral deposition? Biochemistry and proteomics of the test matrix of adult specimens of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus., Karakostis K, Zanella-ClĂ©on I, Immel F, Guichard N, Dru P, Lepage T, Plasseraud L, Matranga V, Marin F., J Proteomics. March 16, 2016; 136 133-44.

SpHnf6, a transcription factor that executes multiple functions in sea urchin embryogenesis., Otim O, Amore G, Minokawa T, McClay DR, Davidson EH., Dev Biol. September 15, 2004; 273 (2): 226-43.

Identification of a "glycine-loop"-like coiled structure in the 34 AA Pro,Gly,Met repeat domain of the biomineral-associated protein, PM27., Wustman BA, Santos R, Zhang B, Evans JS., Biopolymers. December 5, 2002; 65 (5): 362-72.

Expression of spicule matrix proteins in the sea urchin embryo during normal and experimentally altered spiculogenesis., Urry LA, Hamilton PC, Killian CE, Wilt FH., Dev Biol. September 1, 2000; 225 (1): 201-13.

Matrix and mineral in the sea urchin larval skeleton., Wilt FH., J Struct Biol. June 30, 1999; 126 (3): 216-26.

Structure, expression, and extracellular targeting of PM27, a skeletal protein associated specifically with growth of the sea urchin larval spicule., Harkey MA, Klueg K, Sheppard P, Raff RA., Dev Biol. April 1, 1995; 168 (2): 549-66.

Protein-DNA interactions at putative regulatory regions of two coordinately expressed genes, msp130 and PM27, during skeletogenesis in sea urchin embryos., Raman V, Andrews ME, Harkey MA, Raff RA., Int J Dev Biol. December 1, 1993; 37 (4): 499-507.

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