Boonnum Punyammalee

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Hep27 monoclonal antibody (Hep27 Mab) was raised by immunizing BALB/c mice with cells of the Thai human hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cell line HCC-S102 using hybridoma technology. The Hep27 Mab recognizes oncofetal development antigens by reacting with many HCC, other cancers, fetal and newborn liver but not adult liver. The Hep27 Mab alone markedly(More)
The c-ets1 gene product (Ets1) is the prototype of a family of sequence-specific transcriptional activators which have been implicated in various developmental processes and in the response of cells to a variety of extracellular stimuli. We report here a structure-function analysis of the DNA binding and transcriptional activation properties of Ets1. The(More)
Ets1, the translation product of the c-ets1 proto-oncogene and the related Ets2 protein, act as sequence-specific transcriptional factors in transient transfection experiments in animal cells. We report here that in S. cerevisiae, expression of a lacZ test gene placed under the control of the GAL1 promoter is stimulated efficiently by a fusion protein in(More)
We have shown previously that c-myb expressed in the yeast S. cerevisiae mediated efficient transcriptional activation of reporter genes designed with specific Myb Recognition Elements (MRE's), confirming that this proto-oncogene is able to function as a regulator of transcription in that heterologous context. Here we show that in yeast, as in higher(More)
We have determined the sequences and positions of the cis elements required for proper functioning of the ARG3 promoter and proper arginine-specific control. A TATA box located 100 nucleotides upstream of the transcription start was shown to be essential for ARG3 transcription. Two sequences involved in normal arginine-mediated repression lie immediately(More)
We assayed in the yeast S. cerevisiae the transcriptional transactivation activity of the c-myb products encoded by a normal thymus cDNA and of an aminoterminally truncated version of it (minus 58 amino acids) corresponding to the cDNAs isolated from lymphoma and leukemia cells from different origins. Both proto-oncogene products were expressed under the(More)
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