Yeast two-hybrid screening identified WDR77 as a novel interacting partner of TSC22D2

@article{Li2016YeastTS,
  title={Yeast two-hybrid screening identified WDR77 as a novel interacting partner of TSC22D2},
  author={Qiao Li and Pan Chen and Z. Zeng and F. Liang and Y. Song and Fang Xiong and Xiayu Li and Zhaojian Gong and M. Zhou and B. Xiang and C. Peng and Xiaoling Li and X. Chen and Guiyuan Li and W. Xiong},
  journal={Tumor Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={12503-12512}
}
Transforming growth factor β-stimulated clone 22 domain family, member 2 (TSC22D2), a member of the TSC22D family, has been implicated as a tumor-associated gene, but its function remains unknown. To further explore its biological role, yeast two-hybrid screening combined with multiple bioinformatics tools was used to identify 44 potential interacting partners of the TSC22D2 protein that were mainly involved in gene transcription, cellular metabolism, and cell cycle regulation. The protein WD… Expand
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