Single-stranded DNA-binding proteins and neuron-restrictive silencer factor participate in cell-specific transcriptional control of the NMDAR1 gene.

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Our previous studies revealed that a proximal region of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor 1 (NMDAR1) promoter is important for cell-type-specific expression. We have now explored the contributions of several regulatory elements to this specificity. Deletion of the neuron-restrictive silencer element partially relieved the suppression of promoter activity in… (More)

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@article{Bai1998SinglestrandedDP, title={Single-stranded DNA-binding proteins and neuron-restrictive silencer factor participate in cell-specific transcriptional control of the NMDAR1 gene.}, author={Guoyun Bai and Dean Norton and M S Prenger and Joanna Kusiak}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={1998}, volume={273 2}, pages={1086-91} }