Purification of a Membrane Protein Distributed in a Topographic Gradient in Chicken Retina
This article is part of a series involving chick embryo retina. Findings here suggest that protein molecules known as TOP
are involved in the dividing of cells that gives rise to retinal cells. The working hypothesis of the article is that the
TOP gene or genes influence the location of the accumulation of TOP. Furthermore, results suggest that after division the
cell progeny inherit the parental ability to express the TOP gene--significant because it implies cellular memory.
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1986-07 (July 1986)
Moskal, Joseph R.
Trisler, G. David
Schneider, Michael D.
Nirenberg, Marshall W.
Periodical: Moskal, Joseph R., G. David Trisler, Michael D. Schneider, and Marshall W. Nirenberg. "Purification of a Membrane Protein
Distributed in a Topographic Gradient in Chicken Retina." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United
States of America 83, 13 (July 1986): 4730-4733. Article. 4 Images.
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
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