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TGA

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TARGA

A bitmapped graphics file format from Pinnacle Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.pinnaclesys.com). Originally developed by Truevision, which was acquired by Pinnacle in 1998, TARGA uses the .TGA file extension and handles 16-, 24- and 32-bit color. TARGA is also the trade name of a line of video graphics boards used in high-resolution digital editing.
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Moreover, the gene expression profile of proximal tibia MAT is correlated with elevated beige adipocyte markers (Ucp1, HoxC9, Prdm16, Tbx1, and Dio2) compared with distal MAT, indicating the space-specific interaction between MAT and bone remodeling [23].
The gene expression of markers specifically indicating induction of brown adipocyte differentiation ("browning") was investigated and was completely negative for the marker genes UCP1, TMEM26, CD136, and TBX1 (Table 1).
Mutations in NKX2-5 (5q35.1), GATA4 (8q23.1), ZFPM2 (8q23.1), GATA6 (18q11.2), GDF1 (19p13.11), JAG1 (20p12.2), and TBX1 (22q11.21) have been reported in sporadic cases with tetralogy of Fallot; however, interaction of these genes and FMR1 gene has never been reported [49].
Detecting 22q11.2 deletion in Chinese children with conotruncal heart defects and single nucleotide polymorphisms in the haploid TBX1 locus.
Deletion of a small chromosome gene TBX1 causes tetralogy of Fallot.
The result showed that five candidate genes, including T-box protein 1 (TBX1), transcription factor 21 (TCF21), adiponectin (APN), tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-[alpha]), and monocyte chemotactic protein 1 (MCP-1), were all expressed in the visceral adipose tissue of normal, obesity, and T2DM individuals in Uygur population.
TBX1 also binds to the DNA sequence as a dimer, whereas TBX2 appears to bind to the same DNA sequence as a monomer [17].
In humans, mutations in 25 different homeobox transcription factors have been found in patients with congenital heart disease (McCulley and Black 2012); expression of 14 of these (Cited2, Ets1, Foxh1, Gata4, Gata6, Handl, Hand2, Hoxal, Irxl, Nkx2-5, Nkx2-6, Pitx2, and Tbx1) was disrupted by TCDD in our mouse ES cell differentiation experiments.