Figure 8.

Model of foxP2 regulation in the CNS. In the telencephalon, an unknown factor X activates foxP2 expression. In the tectum (and MHB) Lef1 directly binds to enhancer elements of foxP2, leading to foxP2 expression. In the hindbrain expression of foxP2 is Lef1-dependent, but indirectly, since Lef1 is not expressed in the hindbrain.

Bonkowsky et al. BMC Developmental Biology 2008 8:103   doi:10.1186/1471-213X-8-103
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