Repression of hepatocyte nuclear factor 4alpha tumor suppressor p53: involvement of the ligand-binding domain and histone deacetylase activity.


Tumor suppressor p53 is known to inhibit transactivation by certain nuclear receptors, and overexpressed p53 is known to correlate with poor differentiation in liver cancer. Therefore, we investigated whether wild-type p53 might also affect the function of hepatocyte nuclear factor 4alpha1 (HNF4alpha1), an orphan receptor required for liver differentiation… (More)


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