Signal Transduction

J.M. Graff, A. Bansal, D.A. Melton, "Xenopus Mad Proteins Transduce Distinct Subsets of Signals for the TGFß Superfamily," Cell,85:479-87, 1996. (Cited in at least 120 publications to date) Comments by Jonathan M. Graff, Center for Developmental Biology, Department of Molecular Biology and Oncology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas FROG FLIPSIDE: Jonathan M. Graff of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center discovered that Xmad1 induced ventral mesoder

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May 10, 1998

J.M. Graff, A. Bansal, D.A. Melton, "Xenopus Mad Proteins Transduce Distinct Subsets of Signals for the TGFß Superfamily," Cell,85:479-87, 1996. (Cited in at least 120 publications to date)

Comments by Jonathan M. Graff, Center for Developmental Biology, Department of Molecular Biology and Oncology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas


FROG FLIPSIDE: Jonathan M. Graff of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center discovered that Xmad1 induced ventral mesoderm while Xmad2 induced dorsal mesoderm in frog embryos.
To the untrained eye, frogs and flies have little in common. But to cellular and molecular biologists, these creatures offer scientists significant insight on intracellular signaling cascades that mediate a diverse array of biological processes in animals from insect to human. Jonathan M. Graff, an investigator at the Center for Developmental Biology in the department of molecular biology and oncology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in...

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