The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transcription factor, Molecular biology, Cell biology, Transcription and Zinc finger. Mona Nemer combines subjects such as Promoter, Gene expression, GATA transcription factor and Endocrinology with her study of Transcription factor. The concepts of her Molecular biology study are interwoven with issues in Homeobox, Cardiac muscle, Enhancer, Serum response factor and Response element.
Her studies deal with areas such as Receptor, Internal medicine and Immunology as well as Cell biology. Her Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Penetrance and Cardiology. Her work deals with themes such as Glucocorticoid receptor, Glucocorticoid and DNA-binding protein, which intersect with Transcription.
Her primary areas of investigation include Internal medicine, Transcription factor, Endocrinology, Molecular biology and Cell biology. As a part of the same scientific family, Mona Nemer mostly works in the field of Internal medicine, focusing on Gene expression and, on occasion, Myocyte. Mona Nemer has included themes like Promoter, GATA transcription factor and Transcription in her Transcription factor study.
Her research integrates issues of GATA2 and DNA-binding protein in her study of GATA transcription factor. The concepts of her Molecular biology study are interwoven with issues in Cardiac muscle, Cellular differentiation, Zinc finger, Serum response factor and Response element. In her study, Anatomy and GATA6 is inextricably linked to Heart development, which falls within the broad field of Cell biology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Internal medicine, Transcription factor, Endocrinology, GATA4 and Genetics. Her research in Internal medicine intersects with topics in Heart development, GATA6 and Cardiology. Her Transcription factor study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Blood pressure.
Her study in the field of Angiotensin II, Muscle hypertrophy and Renin–angiotensin system also crosses realms of Pressure overload. Her work on Cell biology expands to the thematically related GATA4. Her Cell biology research includes elements of Cellular differentiation, Molecular biology, Caspase, Regulator and Regulation of gene expression.
Her primary scientific interests are in Internal medicine, Bicuspid aortic valve, Endocrinology, Cardiology and Pathology. Her research in the fields of Tyrosine kinase, Cardiotoxicity, Heart metabolism and Adenosine triphosphate overlaps with other disciplines such as Glutaredoxin. Her studies deal with areas such as Young adult, Genetics and Disease as well as Bicuspid aortic valve.
Her work on Cardiac muscle as part of general Endocrinology research is often related to Glucose uptake, thus linking different fields of science. The GATA4 study which covers MAPK/ERK pathway that intersects with Transcription factor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Regulator and Cancer research in addition to Transcription factor.
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A Murine Model of Holt-Oram Syndrome Defines Roles of the T-Box Transcription Factor Tbx5 in Cardiogenesis and Disease
Benoit G. Bruneau;Georges Nemer;Joachim P. Schmitt;Frédéric Charron.
The cardiac transcription factors Nkx2-5 and GATA-4 are mutual cofactors
Daniel Durocher;Frédéric Charron;René Warren;Robert J. Schwartz.
The EMBO Journal (1997)
Modulation of gene expression by calreticulin binding to the glucocorticoid receptor
K Burns;B Duggan;E A Atkinson;K S Famulski.
Overexpression of angiotensin II type I receptor in cardiomyocytes induces cardiac hypertrophy and remodeling
Pierre Paradis;Nassim Dali-Youcef;François W. Paradis;Gaétan Thibault.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
GATA‐dependent recruitment of MEF2 proteins to target promoters
Steves Morin;Frédéric Charron;Lynda Robitaille;Mona Nemer.
The EMBO Journal (2000)
Novel glucocorticoid receptor complex with DNA element of the hormone-repressed POMC gene.
J. Drouin;Yu Lin Sun;M. Chamberland;Y. Gauthier.
The EMBO Journal (1993)
Transcription factor GATA-4 is expressed in a sexually dimorphic pattern during mouse gonadal development and is a potent activator of the Müllerian inhibiting substance promoter
Robert S. Viger;Carmen Mertineit;Jacquetta M. Trasler;Mona Nemer.
Enhanced cardiogenesis in embryonic stem cells overexpressing the GATA-4 transcription factor
Claudine Grépin;Georges Nemer;Mona Nemer.
GATA-4 and Nkx-2.5 Coactivate Nkx-2 DNA Binding Targets: Role for Regulating Early Cardiac Gene Expression
Jorge L. Sepulveda;Narashimaswamy Belaguli;Vishal Nigam;Ching-Yi Chen.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1998)
A hormone-encoding gene identifies a pathway for cardiac but not skeletal muscle gene transcription.
C Grépin;L Dagnino;L Robitaille;L Haberstroh.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1994)
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