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Appearance of functional EGF receptor kinase during rodent embryogenesis.
Year:
1983
Source of publication :
eLife
Authors :
גוטויין, אלישע
;
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Volume :
2
Co-Authors:
Hortsch, M.
Schlessinger, J.
Gootwine, E.
Webb, C.G.
Facilitators :
From page:
1937
To page:
1941
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Total pages:
5
)
Abstract:
Mouse and rat embryonic tissues at various stages of development were examined for epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor kinase activity. The phosphorylated EGF receptor from embryonic tissues appeared as a band of mol. wt. 170 000 daltons on SDS gels. It was clearly demonstrable in the developing mouse fetus from 10 days of gestation onwards. The distribution of the EGF receptor kinase was studied in various tissues of 13 day mouse fetuses. The activity was apparent in the skin, developing skeletal muscles and various internal organs but was notably absent in the liver and brain. The amnion was found to be one of the richest sources of activity while the yolk sac was negative, and the placenta was weakly positive. In 16 day rat fetuses the distribution was quite similar to that of the 13 day mouse fetus. The liver acquired EGF receptor kinase activity by 18 days of gestation and had high activity in neonates. Phosphoamino acid analysis revealed that phosphotyrosine was the major labelled amino acid residue in the embryonic tissues. Thus, the EGF receptor of fetal tissues as studied by immune precipitation and phosphorylation appears to be a similar entity to that found in adult mammalian tissues. This functional EGF receptor kinase activity could first be detected at the time of onset of organogenesis.
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epidermal growth factor receptor
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Language:
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Appearance of functional EGF receptor kinase during rodent embryogenesis.
Mouse and rat embryonic tissues at various stages of development were examined for epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor kinase activity. The phosphorylated EGF receptor from embryonic tissues appeared as a band of mol. wt. 170 000 daltons on SDS gels. It was clearly demonstrable in the developing mouse fetus from 10 days of gestation onwards. The distribution of the EGF receptor kinase was studied in various tissues of 13 day mouse fetuses. The activity was apparent in the skin, developing skeletal muscles and various internal organs but was notably absent in the liver and brain. The amnion was found to be one of the richest sources of activity while the yolk sac was negative, and the placenta was weakly positive. In 16 day rat fetuses the distribution was quite similar to that of the 13 day mouse fetus. The liver acquired EGF receptor kinase activity by 18 days of gestation and had high activity in neonates. Phosphoamino acid analysis revealed that phosphotyrosine was the major labelled amino acid residue in the embryonic tissues. Thus, the EGF receptor of fetal tissues as studied by immune precipitation and phosphorylation appears to be a similar entity to that found in adult mammalian tissues. This functional EGF receptor kinase activity could first be detected at the time of onset of organogenesis.
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