Structural and biophysical analysis of the DNA binding properties of myelin transcription factor 1.

Abstract

Zinc binding domains, or zinc fingers (ZnFs), form one of the most numerous and most diverse superclasses of protein structural motifs in eukaryotes. Although our understanding of the functions of several classes of these domains is relatively well developed, we know much less about the molecular mechanisms of action of many others. Myelin transcription… (More)

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@article{Gamsjaeger2008StructuralAB, title={Structural and biophysical analysis of the DNA binding properties of myelin transcription factor 1.}, author={Roland Gamsjaeger and Michael K Swanton and Felix J Kobus and Eija Lehtomaki and Jason A. Lowry and Ann H-Y Kwan and Jacqueline Mary Matthews and Joel P. Mackay}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={2008}, volume={283 8}, pages={5158-67} }