Strategies to identify and further characterize novel and known genes involved in regulation of skeletogenesis

Silke Schlaubitz
372 osteochondrodysplasias and genetically determined dysostoses were reported in 2007 [Superti-Furga and Unger, 2007]. For 215 of these conditions, an association with one or more genes can be stated, while the molecular changes for the remaining syndromes remain illusive to date. Thus, the present dissertation aims at the identification of novel genes involved in processes regarding cartilage/ bone formation, growth, differentiation and homeostasis, which may serve as candidate genes for the above mentioned conditions. Two...
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