p53 down-regulates human bradykinin B1 receptor gene expression.

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The tumor suppressor, p53, has been shown to transcriptionally activate or silence a number of target genes. As an activator, p53 relies on its specific consensus sequence within the promoter. It is not clear whether p53 requires a specific DNA binding site in its action as a gene repressor. This report demonstrates that the human BKB1R gene is a p53 target… (More)

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