Ceap/BLOS2 interacts with BRD7 and selectively inhibits its transcription-suppressing effect on cellular proliferation-associated genes.

Abstract

The centrosome associated protein Ceap-16 (also termed BLOS2) can accelerate the proliferation of mouse fibroblast NIH3T3 cells, which mechanism remains unclear. Here we identified tumor suppressor candidate BRD7 (bromodomain containing protein 7), which could negatively regulate cell proliferation and growth, as a novel Ceap-16-interacting protein. Ceap-16… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cellsig.2008.02.002

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@article{Sun2008CeapBLOS2IW, title={Ceap/BLOS2 interacts with BRD7 and selectively inhibits its transcription-suppressing effect on cellular proliferation-associated genes.}, author={Jing Sun and Jing Nie and Bingtao Hao and Lu Li and Guichun Xing and Zhaoqing Wang and Ying Zhou and Qihong Sun and Guiyuan Li and Lingqiang Zhang and Fuchu He}, journal={Cellular signalling}, year={2008}, volume={20 6}, pages={1151-8} }