Hepatoma-derived growth factor stimulates cell growth after translocation to the nucleus by nuclear localization signals.

Abstract

Hepatoma-derived growth factor (HDGF) is the original member of the HDGF family of proteins, which contains a well-conserved N-terminal amino acid sequence (homologous to the amino terminus of HDGF; hath) and nuclear localization signals (NLSs) in gene-specific regions other than the hath region. In addition to a bipartite NLS in a gene-specific region, an… (More)

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@article{Kishima2002HepatomaderivedGF, title={Hepatoma-derived growth factor stimulates cell growth after translocation to the nucleus by nuclear localization signals.}, author={Yoshihiko Kishima and Hiroyasu Yamamoto and Yoshitaka Izumoto and Kenya Yoshida and Hirayuki Enomoto and Mitsunari Yamamoto and Toshifumi Kuroda and Hiroaki Ito and Kazuyuki Yoshizaki and Hideji Nakamura}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={2002}, volume={277 12}, pages={10315-22} }