In vivo protein-DNA interactions at the kinin B(1) receptor gene promoter: no modification on interleukin-1 beta or lipopolysaccharide induction.

Abstract

The kinin B(1) receptor (B(1)R) gene is strongly upregulated following tissue injury and inflammation. In an attempt to define the regulatory elements that account for the control of B(1)R gene expression, we have conducted in vivo footprinting analysis of the B(1)R gene promoter region in three human cell types: embryonic lung fibroblast cells (IMR-90… (More)

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