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  • c-Jun is a negative regulator of myelination. 

    Parkinson, DB; Bhaskaran, A; Arthur-Farraj, P; Noon, LA; Woodhoo, A; Lloyd, AC; Feltri, ML; Wrabetz, L; Behrens, A; Mirsky, R; Jessen, KR (United States, 2008-05-19)
    Schwann cell myelination depends on Krox-20/Egr2 and other promyelin transcription factors that are activated by axonal signals and control the generation of myelin-forming cells. Myelin-forming cells remain remarkably ...
  • Loss of SOX10 function contributes to the phenotype of human Merlin-null schwannoma cells. 

    Doddrell, RDS; Dun, X-P; Shivane, A; Feltri, ML; Wrabetz, L; Wegner, M; Sock, E; Hanemann, CO; Parkinson, DB (England, 2013-02)
    Loss of the Merlin tumour suppressor causes abnormal de-differentiation and proliferation of Schwann cells and formation of schwannoma tumours in patients with neurofibromatosis type 2. Within the mature peripheral nerve ...

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