TATA element-binding protein is important to epidermal growth factor-dependent induction of H2B histone gene expression in primary hepatocytes from rat.

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Epidermal growth factor (EGF) is a potent mitogen for rat hepatocytes and mammalian histone synthesis is functionally and temporally coupled to DNA replication. To gain an insight on the role of EGF in the regulation of H2B histone gene expression in primary hepatocyte cultures, the binding patterns of nuclear proteins to various elements in the H2B histone… (More)

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@article{Lim1998TATAEP, title={TATA element-binding protein is important to epidermal growth factor-dependent induction of H2B histone gene expression in primary hepatocytes from rat.}, author={K. Lim and H. J. Song and S. H. Byun and Kristine Yun and M Y Son and J. I. Park and Gi Ryang Kweon and W H Yoon and B D Hwang}, journal={Biochemistry and molecular biology international}, year={1998}, volume={45 3}, pages={575-82} }