Claudia Baniahmad

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Steroid induction of responsive genes functions through the synergistic activity of steroid receptor binding sequences with adjacent binding sites either for other transcription factors or for further steroid receptors. Analysis of the human glucocorticoid receptor revealed that the DNA-binding domain of the receptor is sufficient to mediate co-operative(More)
The activation of gene transcription in eukaryotic organisms is regulated by sequence-specific DNA-binding proteins as well as by non-DNA-binding proteins. In this report we describe the modulatory functions of a non-DNA-binding protein, SIN3 (also known as SDI1, UME4, RPD1, and GAM2) on the transactivation properties of the human progesterone receptor(More)
Steroid induction of responsive genes functions through the synergistic activity of steroid receptor-binding sequences with adjacent transcription factor-binding sites. To analyze the mechanism of synergy we tested different human glucocorticoid receptor mutants for synergistic function with another transcription factor in comparison with intrinsic(More)
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