The use of inducible engrailed fusion proteins to study the cellular functions of eukaryotic transcription factors.

Abstract

Transcription factors determine cell lineages, control cell fate, and regulate cellular responses to stimuli. Many methods are currently used to study the function of transcription factors in a cellular context and several of these involve overexpressing a constitutively active form of the protein and studying its effects. Here we outline an alternative… (More)

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@article{Vickers2002TheUO, title={The use of inducible engrailed fusion proteins to study the cellular functions of eukaryotic transcription factors.}, author={Elaine R Vickers and Andrew D Sharrocks}, journal={Methods}, year={2002}, volume={26 3}, pages={270-80} }