Exchange of N-CoR Corepressor and Tip60 Coactivator Complexes Links Gene Expression by NF-κB and β-Amyloid Precursor Protein

  title={Exchange of N-CoR Corepressor and Tip60 Coactivator Complexes Links Gene Expression by NF-$\kappa$B and $\beta$-Amyloid Precursor Protein},
  author={Sung Hee Baek and Kenneth a. Ohgi and David W. Rose and Edward H. Koo and Christopher K. Glass and Michael G. Rosenfeld},

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