One Nucleotide in a κB Site Can Determine Cofactor Specificity for NF-κB Dimers

@article{Leung2004OneNI,
  title={One Nucleotide in a κB Site Can Determine Cofactor Specificity for NF-κB Dimers},
  author={Thomas Ho-Yin Leung and Alexander Hoffmann and David Baltimore},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2004},
  volume={118},
  pages={453-464}
}
the NFB family are involved in gene activation: p50, p52, p65, and cRel. They are the mature gene products from four genes: nfkB1, nfkB2, relA, and rel, respectively, Thomas H. Leung,1 Alexander Hoffmann,1,2 and David Baltimore1,* Division of Biology and they homoor heterodimerize with one another to California Institute of Technology bind DNA. It is noteworthy that mice deficient in a single Pasadena, California 91125 NFB/Rel family member exhibit unique, largely nonoverlapping phenotypes. For… CONTINUE READING
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