ING3 protein expression profiling in normal human tissues suggest its role in cellular growth and self-renewal.

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Members of the INhibitor of Growth (ING) family of proteins act as readers of the epigenetic code through specific recognition of the trimethylated form of lysine 4 of histone H3 (H3K4Me3) by their plant homeodomains. The founding member of the family, ING1, was initially identified as a tumor suppressor with altered regulation in a variety of cancer types… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejcb.2015.03.002

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@article{Nabbi2015ING3PE, title={ING3 protein expression profiling in normal human tissues suggest its role in cellular growth and self-renewal.}, author={Arash Nabbi and Amal Almami and Satbir S. Thakur and Keiko Suzuki and Donna Boland and Tarek A. Bismar and Karl T. Riabowol}, journal={European journal of cell biology}, year={2015}, volume={94 5}, pages={214-22} }