Myeloblastin is an Myb target gene: mechanisms of regulation in myeloid leukemia cells growth-arrested by retinoic acid.

@article{Lutz2001MyeloblastinIA,
  title={Myeloblastin is an Myb target gene: mechanisms of regulation in myeloid leukemia cells growth-arrested by retinoic acid.},
  author={Pierre G. Lutz and A. Houzel-Charavel and Christel Moog-Lutz and Yvon E. Cayre},
  journal={Blood},
  year={2001},
  volume={97 8},
  pages={2449-56}
}
A pivotal role has been assigned to Myb in the control of myeloid cell growth. Although Myb is a target of retinoic acid, little is known about the mechanisms by which it may contribute to induced growth arrest in leukemia cells. Indeed, few Myb target genes are known to be linked to proliferation. Myeloblastin is involved in the control of proliferation in myeloid leukemia cells. It is expressed early during hematopoiesis and is a granulocyte colony-stimulating factor-responsive gene… CONTINUE READING
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