Liver-enriched transcription factors in liver function and development. Part II: the C/EBPs and D site-binding protein in cell cycle control, carcinogenesis, circadian gene regulation, liver regeneration, apoptosis, and liver-specific gene regulation.

@article{Schrem2004LiverenrichedTF,
  title={Liver-enriched transcription factors in liver function and development. Part II: the C/EBPs and D site-binding protein in cell cycle control, carcinogenesis, circadian gene regulation, liver regeneration, apoptosis, and liver-specific gene regulation.},
  author={Harald Schrem and J{\"u}rgen Klempnauer and J{\"u}rgen Borlak},
  journal={Pharmacological reviews},
  year={2004},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={291-330}
}
In the first part of our review (see Pharmacol Rev 2002;54:129-158), we discussed the basic principles of gene transcription and the complex interactions within the network of hepatocyte nuclear factors, coactivators, ligands, and corepressors in targeted liver-specific gene expression. Now we summarize the role of basic region/leucine zipper protein family members and particularly the albumin D site-binding protein (DBP) and the CAAT/enhancer-binding proteins (C/EBPs) for their importance in… CONTINUE READING

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