The DNA binding of insect Fork head factors is strongly influenced by the negative cooperation of neighbouring bases.

@article{Takiya2003TheDB,
  title={The DNA binding of insect Fork head factors is strongly influenced by the negative cooperation of neighbouring bases.},
  author={S. Takiya and M. Gazi and V. Mach},
  journal={Insect biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={
          1145-54
        }
}
The Drosophila melanogaster Fork head and Bombyx mori SGF1/Fork head proteins are key regulators of tissue specific gene expression in the modified larval labial glands. Here we use the competitive electrophoretic mobility shift assay to create a detailed Fork head binding matrix and we investigate some unusual features of the Fork head interaction with DNA. We found that the Fork head-DNA interaction is context dependent--the binding specificity of the protein is partly determined by specific… Expand
The binding of fork head proteins to DNA is partly determined by cooperation of bases
  • V. Mach
  • Biology
  • Central European Journal of Biology
  • 2006
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