Pocket protein complexes are recruited to distinct targets in quiescent and proliferating cells.

@article{Balciunaite2005PocketPC,
  title={Pocket protein complexes are recruited to distinct targets in quiescent and proliferating cells.},
  author={Egle Balciunaite and Alexander Spektor and Nathan H Lents and Hugh P Cam and Hein te Riele and Anthony Scim{\`e} and Michael Rudnicki and Richard Young and Brian D. Dynlacht},
  journal={Molecular and cellular biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 18},
  pages={8166-78}
}
Biochemical and genetic studies have determined that retinoblastoma protein (pRB) tumor suppressor family members have overlapping functions. However, these studies have largely failed to distinguish functional differences between the highly related p107 and p130 proteins. Moreover, most studies pertaining to the pRB family and its principal target, the E2F transcription factor, have focused on cells that have reinitiated a cell cycle from quiescence, although recent studies suggest that… CONTINUE READING
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