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DNA-binding and regulation mechanisms of the SIX family of retinal determination proteins.
The Six/sine oculis proteins are homeodomain transcription factors that are part of the Pax/Eya/Six/Dach retinal determination cascade involved in embryonic cell fate determination. There are sixExpand
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CRIM1 Complexes with ß-catenin and Cadherins, Stabilizes Cell-Cell Junctions and Is Critical for Neural Morphogenesis
In multicellular organisms, morphogenesis is a highly coordinated process that requires dynamically regulated adhesion between cells. An excellent example of cellular morphogenesis is the formationExpand
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von Hippel-Lindau–Dependent Patterns of RNA Polymerase II Hydroxylation in Human Renal Clear Cell Carcinomas
Purpose: We have previously shown that von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) regulates ubiquitylation and proline 1465 hydroxylation of the large subunit of RNA polymerase II, Rpb1, in human renal clear cellExpand
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A functional hybrid between the cytochrome bc1 complex and its physiological membrane-anchored electron acceptor cytochrome cy in Rhodobacter capsulatus.
The membrane integral ubihydroquinone (QH2): cytochrome (cyt) c oxidoreductase (or the cyt bc1 complex) and its physiological electron acceptor, the membrane-anchored cytochrome cy (cyt cy), areExpand
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Self-organization of packing defects and Anderson localization in A3B6-type layered crystals
Abstract It is shown that the weakness of interlayered bounds in A3B6—type layered crystals leads to layer shift and the self-organization of packing defects, which results in a localization ofExpand
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