Expression and chromosomal localization of the Requiem gene

@article{Gabig1998ExpressionAC,
  title={Expression and chromosomal localization of the Requiem gene},
  author={Theodore G. Gabig and Colin Daniel Crean and Alison Klenk and Haiyan Long and Neal G. Copeland and Debra J. Gilbert and Nancy A. Jenkins and Danielle Quincey and Fabienne Parente and Françoise Lespinasse and G. F. Carle and Patrick Gaudray and Chang Xian Zhang and Alain Calender and Jo W.M. H{\"o}ppener and Koen Kas and Rajesh V. Thakker and Filip A Farnebo and Bin Tean Teh and Catharina Larsson and Fredrik Piehl and Jacob Lagercrantz and Shideh Khodaei and Emma Carson and Gretchen Weber},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={660-665}
}
Abstract. Apoptosis in murine myeloid cell lines requires the expression of the Requiem gene, which encodes a putative zinc finger protein. We detected the protein in both cytoplasmic and nuclear subcellular fractions of murine myeloid cells and human K562 leukemia cells, which suggests that the protein might have a function distinct from a transcription factor. This distribution did not alter upon apoptosis induction by IL-3 deprivation. As an approach to investigate its role in development… CONTINUE READING
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