The proximal cis‐regulatory region of the RHD/RHCE promoter is 105 bp and contains a 55‐bp core devoid of known binding motifs but necessary for transcription

@article{Denomme2009ThePC,
  title={The proximal cis‐regulatory region of the RHD/RHCE promoter is 105 bp and contains a 55‐bp core devoid of known binding motifs but necessary for transcription},
  author={Gregory Andrew Denomme and Duncheng Wang and Kimberly Matheson and Danny Titolo},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={2009},
  volume={49}
}
BACKGROUND: The RhD and RhCE polypeptides are erythroid‐specific members of the RH gene family. Little is known about the promoter cis‐regulatory proximal region responsible for transcription. 
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