FOXF2 | definition of FOXF2 by Medical dictionary
FOXF2 A gene on chromosome 6p25.3 that encodes a member of the forkhead family of transcription factors, which is expressed in lung and placenta and may play a role in regulating lung-specific genes.
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In a very recent paper, our study group published a homozygous mutation in the FOXF2 gene required for cochlear development.
FOXF2 is required for cochlear development in humans and mice.
A recent study identified a novel forkhead factor Foxf2
, located near the Foxc1 locus, as another candidate factor regulating anterior segment morphogenesis .