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Noggin, also known as NOG, is a protein that is involved in the development of many body tissues, including nerve tissue, muscles, and bones. In humans is encoded by the NOG gene. The amino acid sequence of human noggin is highly homologous to that of rat, mouse, and Xenopus (an aquatic-frog genus). The protein's name, which is a slang English-language word for "head," was coined in reference to its ability to produce embryos with large heads when exposed at high concentrations.

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  • La nogina (NOG, del modismo del idioma inglés noggin, cabeza) es una proteína celular que funciona como antagonista de la proteína morfogénica ósea. Está asociada con el desarrollo de varios órganos corporales incluyendo el tejido nervioso, óseo y muscular. En humanos, la nogina es codificada por el gen NOG. Se nota una gran homología entre la secuencia de aminoácidos de la nogina humana con la de ratas, ratones y de las ranas acuáticas del género Xenopus. Sus funciones están asociadas al desarrollo de la cabeza embrionaria, de tal manera que cuando está presente en concentraciones elevadas produce en el embrión una cabeza de grandes proporciones.
  • Noggin, also known as NOG, is a protein that is involved in the development of many body tissues, including nerve tissue, muscles, and bones. In humans is encoded by the NOG gene. The amino acid sequence of human noggin is highly homologous to that of rat, mouse, and Xenopus (an aquatic-frog genus). The protein's name, which is a slang English-language word for "head," was coined in reference to its ability to produce embryos with large heads when exposed at high concentrations.
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  • La nogina (NOG, del modismo del idioma inglés noggin, cabeza) es una proteína celular que funciona como antagonista de la proteína morfogénica ósea. Está asociada con el desarrollo de varios órganos corporales incluyendo el tejido nervioso, óseo y muscular. En humanos, la nogina es codificada por el gen NOG. Se nota una gran homología entre la secuencia de aminoácidos de la nogina humana con la de ratas, ratones y de las ranas acuáticas del género Xenopus. Sus funciones están asociadas al desarrollo de la cabeza embrionaria, de tal manera que cuando está presente en concentraciones elevadas produce en el embrión una cabeza de grandes proporciones.
  • Noggin, also known as NOG, is a protein that is involved in the development of many body tissues, including nerve tissue, muscles, and bones. In humans is encoded by the NOG gene. The amino acid sequence of human noggin is highly homologous to that of rat, mouse, and Xenopus (an aquatic-frog genus). The protein's name, which is a slang English-language word for "head," was coined in reference to its ability to produce embryos with large heads when exposed at high concentrations.
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