Kana Hirose

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PMX1 is a member of a non-clustered homeobox gene family, not normally expressed in hematopoietic cells, and first identified for its role in enhancing the binding of the serum response factor (SRF) to the serum responsive element (SRE). PMX1 has never been linked to leukemia on its own, raising the possibility of unique mechanisms underlying the(More)
Archaea produce membrane lipids that typically possess fully saturated isoprenoid hydrocarbon chains attached to the glycerol moiety via ether bonds. They are functionally similar to, but structurally and biosynthetically distinct from, the fatty acid-based membrane lipids of bacteria and eukaryotes. It is believed that the characteristic lipid structure(More)
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