DMRT5, DMRT3, and EMX2 cooperatively repress GSX2 at the pallium–subpallium boundary to maintain cortical identity in dorsal telencephalic progenitors

Elodie Desmaris, Marc Keruzore, Amandine Saulnier, Leslie Ratié, Stavroula Assimacopoulos, Sarah De Clercq, Xinsheng Nan, Kaushik Roychoudhury, Shenyue Qin, Sadia Kricha, Clément Chevalier, Thomas Lingner, Kristine A. Henningfeld, David Zarkower, Antonello Mallamaci, Thomas Theil, Kenneth Campbell, Tomas Pieler, Meng Li, Elizabeth A. GroveEric J. Bellefroid

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