The AML1 is the most commonly involved transcription factor gene in human leukemias and forms chimeric transcription factor genes, namely, AML1/MTG8 by the t(8;21), AML1/EVI-1 by the t(3;21), and TEL/AML1 by the t(12;21). The AML1a and AML1b, two isoforms of the AML1 protein, are translated from the AML1 gene by the alternative splicing. The shorter form… (More)
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