A Functional Genomics Approach for Characterizing the Role of Six Transcription Factors in Muscle Development

Alphonse Chu
Proper development of skeletal muscle occurs through a highly complex process where activation and repression of genes are essential. Control of this process is regulated by timely and spatial expression of specific transcription factors (TFs). Six1 and Six4 are homeodomain TFs known to be essential for skeletal muscle development in mice. Using the C2C12 cell line, a model for skeletal muscle differentiation, I used a functional genomics approach, employing siRNA specific to both these TFs,...
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