Journal article

Grhl3 and Lmo4 play coordinate roles in epidermal migration

Nikki R Hislop, Jacinta Caddy, Stephen B Ting, Alana Auden, Sumitha Vasudevan, Sarah L King, Geoffrey J Lindeman, Jane E Visvader, John M Cunningham, Stephen M Jane

Developmental Biology | ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE | Published : 2008


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Lan Ta, Erik Dressler and members of the WEHI and BIO21 Animal Set-vices Facilities for assistance with the mouse lilies. We also thank Lin-lin Zhao for excellent technical assistance. S.M.J. is a Principal Research Fellow of the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). S.B.T. was supported by the Cancer Council of Australia. The work was supported by Project Grants from the Australian NHMRC, and a Grant from the March of Dimes Foundation.Note: After the submission of this manuscript, Yu et al., described a role for Grhl3 alone in formation of the epidermal leading edge during eyelid Closure.Yu, Z., et al., 2008. Grainyhead-like factor Get1/Grhl3 regulates formation of the epidermal leading edge during eyelid closure. Dev Biol., in press.