E2F-1 blocks terminal differentiation and causes proliferation in transgenic megakaryocytes.

Abstract

The transcription factor E2F-1 plays a central role in the cell cycle through its ability to activate genes involved in cell division. E2F-1 activity is regulated by a number of proteins, including the retinoblastoma susceptibility gene product, cyclin-dependent kinases, and their inhibitors, proteins that have been implicated in the control of certain… (More)

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