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Inherited retinal diseases are mainly caused by mutations in genes that are highly expressed in photoreceptors of the retina. The majority of these genes is under the control of the transcription factor Cone rod homeobox (Crx), that acts as a master transcription factor in photoreceptors. Using a genome-wide chromatin immunoprecipitation dataset that(More)
Cell division in rod-shaped bacteria nearly always occurs exactly at mid-cell and is dependent on the formation of the cytokinetic FtsZ ring and its associated division proteins. Many thousands of copies of division, or septum-specific proteins assemble at this site and may lead to the exclusion of other integral membrane proteins that are normally able to(More)
Protein-protein interactions are important in providing compartmentalization and specificity in cellular signal transduction. Many studies have hallmarked the well designed compartmentalization of the cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA) through its anchoring proteins. Much less data are available on the compartmentalization of its closest homolog,(More)
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