Nuclear factor I revealed as family of promoter binding transcription activators

  title={Nuclear factor I revealed as family of promoter binding transcription activators},
  author={M. Pjanic and Petar Pjanic and Christoph D. Schmid and G. Ambrosini and A. Gaussin and Genta Plasari and Christian Mazza and P. Bucher and N. Mermod},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  pages={181 - 181}
  • M. Pjanic, Petar Pjanic, +6 authors N. Mermod
  • Published 2009
  • Biology, Medicine
  • BMC Genomics
  • BackgroundMultiplex experimental assays coupled to computational predictions are being increasingly employed for the simultaneous analysis of many specimens at the genome scale, which quickly generates very large amounts of data. However, inferring valuable biological information from the comparisons of very large genomic datasets still represents an enormous challenge.ResultsAs a study model, we chose the NFI/CTF family of mammalian transcription factors and we compared the results obtained… CONTINUE READING
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