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SLC20A1 Is Involved in Urinary Tract and Urorectal Development

Rieke, Johanna Magdalena ; Zhang, Rong ; Braun, Doreen ; Yilmaz, Öznur ; Japp, Anna S. ; Lopes, Filipa M. ; Pleschka, Michael ; Hilger, Alina C. ; Schneider, Sophia ; Newman, William G. ; Beaman, Glenda M. ; Nordenskjöld, Agneta ; Ebert, Anne-Karoline ; Promm, Martin ; Rösch, Wolfgang H. ; Stein, Raimund ; Hirsch, Karin ; Schäfer, Frank-Mattias ; Schmiedeke, Eberhard ; Boemers, Thomas M. ; Lacher, Martin ; Kluth, Dietrich ; Gosemann, Jan-Hendrik ; Anderberg, Magnus ; Barker, Gillian ; Holmdahl, Gundela ; Läckgren, Göran ; Keene, David ; Cervellione, Raimondo M. ; Giorgio, Elisa ; Di Grazia, Massimo ; Feitz, Wouter F. J. ; Marcelis, Carlo L. M. ; Van Rooij, Iris A. L. M. ; Bökenkamp, Arend ; Beckers, Goedele M. A. ; Keegan, Catherine E. ; Sharma, Amit ; Dakal, Tikam Chand ; Wittler, Lars ; Grote, Phillip ; Zwink, Nadine ; Jenetzky, Ekkehart ; Brusco, Alfredo ; Thiele, Holger ; Ludwig, Michael ; Schweizer, Ulrich ; Woolf, Adrian S. ; Odermatt, Benjamin ; Reutter, Heiko



Abstract

Previous studies in developingXenopusand zebrafish reported that the phosphate transporterslc20a1ais expressed in pronephric kidneys. The recent identification ofSLC20A1as a monoallelic candidate gene for cloacal exstrophy further suggests its involvement in the urinary tract and urorectal development. However, little is known of the functional role ofSLC20A1in urinary tract development. Here, we ...

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