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Mutational Analysis of the Jagged 1 Gene in Alagille Syndrome Families

High Jagged1 Expression Predicts Poor Outcome in Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma

HOXD3 regulates expression of JAGGED1, a ligand for Notch receptors

Cranial neural crest ablation of Jagged1 recapitulates the craniofacial phenotype of Alagille syndrome patients

Cranial neural crest ablation of Jagged1 recapitulates the craniofacial phenotype of Alagille syndrome patients

Embryonic Lethality and Vascular Defects in Mice Lacking the Notch Ligand Jagged1

Familial Tetralogy of Fallot caused by mutation in the jagged1 gene

Notch1 and Jagged1 are expressed after CNS demyelination, but are not a major rate-determining factor during remyelination

MicroRNA-34a suppresses invasion through downregulation of Notch1 and Jagged1 in cervical carcinoma and choriocarcinoma cells

Jagged1 intracellular domain-mediated inhibition of Notch1 signalling regulates cardiac homeostasis in the postnatal heart

The Putative Tumor Suppressor miR-524–5p Directly Targets Jagged-1 and Hes-1 in Glioma

Galectin-1 promotes lung cancer tumor metastasis by potentiating integrin α6β4 and Notch1/Jagged2 signaling pathway

Ageing-exaggerated proliferation of vascular smooth muscle cells is related to attenuation of Jagged1 expression in endothelial cells

Biological function of mutant forms of JAGGED1 proteins in Alagille syndrome: inhibitory effect on Notch signaling

The Expression of Jagged1 in the Developing Mammalian Heart Correlates With Cardiovascular Disease in Alagille Syndrome

The mouse slalom mutant demonstrates a role for Jagged1 in neuroepithelial patterning in the organ of Corti

Jagged-1/Notch3 signaling transduction pathway is involved in apelin-13-induced vascular smooth muscle cells proliferation

 

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A ligand (JAG-1) of the notch receptor, originally identified in rat although the human homologue is known and is associated with the tetralogy of Fallot and with Alagille's syndrome-1.

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