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Pathways reviewed by Kidd, Thomas (375856)

DB_ID Name
376176 Signaling by ROBO receptors
428542 Regulation of commissural axon pathfinding by SLIT and ROBO
428543 Inactivation of CDC42 and RAC1
428540 Activation of RAC1
428890 Role of ABL in ROBO-SLIT signaling

Details on Person Kidd, Thomas

Class:IdPerson:375856
_displayNameKidd, Thomas
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:40:27
affiliation[Affiliation:1247565] University of Nevada, Department of Biology
created[InstanceEdit:375855] Garapati, P V, 2008-09-04 22:54:28
firstnameThomas
initialT
modified[InstanceEdit:1247579] Garapati, P V, 2011-04-03
[InstanceEdit:8932050] D'Eustachio, Peter, 2016-07-20
surnameKidd
(author)[InstanceEdit:434966] Kidd, T, 2009-08-18
[LiteratureReference:375873] Repulsive axon guidance: Abelson and Enabled play opposing roles downstream of the roundabout receptor
[LiteratureReference:375922] Slit proteins bind Robo receptors and have an evolutionarily conserved role in repulsive axon guidance
[LiteratureReference:428397] Biochemical purification of a mammalian slit protein as a positive regulator of sensory axon elongation and branching
[LiteratureReference:451374] Dscam guides embryonic axons by Netrin-dependent and -independent functions
[LiteratureReference:2065514] Groucho is required for Drosophila neurogenesis, segmentation, and sex determination and interacts directly with hairy-related bHLH proteins
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