Retinoic acid-regulated expression of fibroblast growth factor 3 requires the interaction between a novel transcription factor and GATA-4.


fgf-3 shows a complex spatial-temporal pattern of transcription during mouse development, and the gene product appears to be an important intercellular signaling molecule. Here we show that the major enhancer, which is obligatory for transcription, is composed of three elements with different properties. Both functional analyses in undifferentiated and… (More)


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