Inhibition of Zac1, a new gene differentially expressed in the anterior pituitary, increases cell proliferation.

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Zac1 is a new zinc finger protein that concomitantly controls apoptosis and cell cycle arrest through separate pathways. The mouse Zac1 gene is mainly expressed in the pituitary gland and in different brain areas. In this study regional and cellular expression of Zac1 in the pituitary gland was determined by in situ hybridization. Zac1 messenger RNA was… (More)
DOI: 10.1210/endo.140.2.6532

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@article{Pagotto1999InhibitionOZ, title={Inhibition of Zac1, a new gene differentially expressed in the anterior pituitary, increases cell proliferation.}, author={Umberto Pagotto and Thomas Arzberger and Elisabetta Ciani and Frank Lezoualc'h and Catia Pilon and Laurent Journot and Dietmar Spengler and Gu Nther K Stalla}, journal={Endocrinology}, year={1999}, volume={140 2}, pages={987-996} }