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Increased actin polymerization reduces the inhibition of serum response factor activity by Yin Yang 1.
Recent evidence has implicated CC(A/T(richG))GG (CArG) boxes, binding sites for serum response factor (SRF), in the regulation of expression of a number of genes in response to changes in the actinExpand
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Mouse BTEB3, a new member of the basic transcription element binding protein (BTEB) family, activates expression from GC-rich minimal promoter regions.
Members of the three-zinc-finger family of transcription factors play an important role in determining basal transcription. We have cloned mouse BTEB3 (mBTEB3), a new member of the basicExpand
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Expression of Klf9 and Klf13 in mouse development
Klf9 and Klf13 are members of the C(2)H(2) zinc finger family of transcription factors that are thought to be involved in regulating basal transcription. The mRNA localization of Klf9 and Klf13Expand
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Mouse BTEB3, a new member of the basic transcription element binding protein (BTEB) family, activates expression from GC-rich minimal promoter regions.
: Members of the three-zinc-finger family of transcription factors play an important role in determining basal transcription. We have cloned mouse BTEB3 (mBTEB3), a new member of the basicExpand
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Selective modulation of the SM22alpha promoter by the binding of BTEB3 (basal transcription element-binding protein 3) to TGGG repeats.
We have previously identified a C2H2 zinc-finger transcription factor [BTEB3 (basal transcription element-binding protein 3)/KLF13 (Krüppel-like factor 13)] that activates the minimal promoter forExpand
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Drosophila regulatory factor X is an embryonic type I sensory neuron marker also expressed in spermatids and in the brain of Drosophila 159 Preferential expression of Mdm2 oncogene during theExpand