Experts and Doctors on repressor proteins in Houston, Texas, United States


Locale: Houston, Texas, United States
Topic: repressor proteins

Top Publications

  1. Hardin P, Glossop N. Perspectives: neurobiology. The CRYs fo flies and mice. Science. 1999;286:2460-1 pubmed
  2. Nevozhay D, Adams R, Murphy K, Josic K, BALAZSI G. Negative autoregulation linearizes the dose-response and suppresses the heterogeneity of gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009;106:5123-8 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings have important implications for gene expression control in eukaryotic cells, including the design of synthetic expression systems. ..
  3. Singh S, Veo B, Kagalwala M, Shi W, Liang S, Majumder S. Dynamic status of REST in the mouse ESC pluripotency network. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e43659 pubmed publisher
    ..REST regulates ESC pluripotency in culture condition- and ESC line-dependent fashion and ESC pluripotency needs to be evaluated in a context dependent manner. ..
  4. Yoon H, Choi Y, Cole P, Wong J. Reading and function of a histone code involved in targeting corepressor complexes for repression. Mol Cell Biol. 2005;25:324-35 pubmed
    ..Our studies provide an in vivo example that a histone code is not read independently but is recognized in the context of other interactions. ..
  5. Levanon S, San K, Bennett G. Effect of oxygen on the Escherichia coli ArcA and FNR regulation systems and metabolic responses. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2005;89:556-64 pubmed
    ..The activity of FNR-regulated pathways in the arcA mutant strain is correlated with the high redox potential obtained under microaerobic growth. ..
  6. Wang L, Devarajan E, He J, Reddy S, Dai J. Transcription repressor activity of spleen tyrosine kinase mediates breast tumor suppression. Cancer Res. 2005;65:10289-97 pubmed
    ..Thus, breast tumorigenesis and progression resulting from the loss of SYK are underscored by the derepression of Sp1-mediated oncogene transcription. ..
  7. Sharabi A, Aldrich M, Sosic D, Olson E, Friedman A, Lee S, et al. Twist-2 controls myeloid lineage development and function. PLoS Biol. 2008;6:e316 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, this study reveals the critical role of Twist-2 in regulating the development of myeloid lineages, as well as the function and inflammatory responses of mature myeloid cells. ..
  8. Ni L, Tonthat N, Chinnam N, Schumacher M. Structures of the Escherichia coli transcription activator and regulator of diauxie, XylR: an AraC DNA-binding family member with a LacI/GalR ligand-binding domain. Nucleic Acids Res. 2013;41:1998-2008 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the combined data reveal the ligand-induced activation mechanism of a new family of DNA-binding proteins. ..
  9. Yoon H, Chan D, Reynolds A, Qin J, Wong J. N-CoR mediates DNA methylation-dependent repression through a methyl CpG binding protein Kaiso. Mol Cell. 2003;12:723-34 pubmed
    ..Thus, our data demonstrate a critical role for a methyl CpG binding protein in mediating DNA methylation-dependent repression and reveal the mechanism by which it represses transcription. ..

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  1. Geng C, Kaochar S, Li M, Rajapakshe K, Fiskus W, Dong J, et al. SPOP regulates prostate epithelial cell proliferation and promotes ubiquitination and turnover of c-MYC oncoprotein. Oncogene. 2017;36:4767-4777 pubmed publisher
    ..We propose SPOPMT-induced stabilization of c-MYC protein as a novel mechanism that can increase total c-MYC levels in PC cells, in addition to amplification of c-MYC locus. ..
  2. Pflughoeft K, Sumby P, Koehler T. Bacillus anthracis sin locus and regulation of secreted proteases. J Bacteriol. 2011;193:631-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data are consistent with a model in which InhA1 protease levels are controlled at the transcriptional level by SinR and at the posttranslational level by camelysin...
  3. Beckstead R, Ortiz J, Sanchez C, Prokopenko S, Chambon P, Losson R, et al. Bonus, a Drosophila homolog of TIF1 proteins, interacts with nuclear receptors and can inhibit betaFTZ-F1-dependent transcription. Mol Cell. 2001;7:753-65 pubmed
    ..Bon binds via an LxxLL motif to the AF-2 activation domain present in the ligand binding domain of betaFTZ-F1 and behaves as a transcriptional inhibitor in vivo. ..
  4. Zheng J, Zhou Y, Maity T, Liao W, Saunders G. Activation of the human PAX6 gene through the exon 1 enhancer by transcription factors SEF and Sp1. Nucleic Acids Res. 2001;29:4070-8 pubmed
    ..Data from immunoprecipitation and transient transfection assays demonstrated that SEF and Sp1 interacted in vitro and may act together in vivo to regulate PAX6 expression. ..
  5. Shalel Levanon S, San K, Bennett G. Effect of oxygen, and ArcA and FNR regulators on the expression of genes related to the electron transfer chain and the TCA cycle in Escherichia coli. Metab Eng. 2005;7:364-74 pubmed
  6. Huang Z, Li J, Wong J. AR possesses an intrinsic hormone-independent transcriptional activity. Mol Endocrinol. 2002;16:924-37 pubmed
    ..Altogether, our studies reveal that AR has a capacity to activate transcription in a ligand-independent manner. ..
  7. Medrano E. Repression of TGF-beta signaling by the oncogenic protein SKI in human melanomas: consequences for proliferation, survival, and metastasis. Oncogene. 2003;22:3123-9 pubmed
    ..Here, I discuss the basis for repression of intracellular TGF-beta signaling by SKI, some additional activities of this protein, and propose that by disrupting multiple tumor suppressor pathways, SKI functions as a melanoma oncogene. ..
  8. Banko J, Poulin F, Hou L, DeMaria C, Sonenberg N, Klann E. The translation repressor 4E-BP2 is critical for eIF4F complex formation, synaptic plasticity, and memory in the hippocampus. J Neurosci. 2005;25:9581-90 pubmed
    ..These results suggest a crucial role for proper regulation of the eIF4F complex by 4E-BP2 during LTP and learning and memory in the mouse hippocampus. ..
  9. Adams M, Wang B, Xia Z, Morales J, Lu X, Donehower L, et al. 53BP1 oligomerization is independent of its methylation by PRMT1. Cell Cycle. 2005;4:1854-61 pubmed
    ..Lastly, we find that deficiencies in 53BP1 generate a "hyper-rec" phenotype. Collectively, these data provide new insight into 53BP1, an important component in maintaining genomic stability. ..
  10. Su X, Gopalakrishnan V, Stearns D, Aldape K, Lang F, Fuller G, et al. Abnormal expression of REST/NRSF and Myc in neural stem/progenitor cells causes cerebellar tumors by blocking neuronal differentiation. Mol Cell Biol. 2006;26:1666-78 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, these results suggest that such a mechanism plays a role in the formation of human medulloblastoma. ..
  11. Schumacher M, Seidel G, Hillen W, Brennan R. Structural mechanism for the fine-tuning of CcpA function by the small molecule effectors glucose 6-phosphate and fructose 1,6-bisphosphate. J Mol Biol. 2007;368:1042-50 pubmed
  12. Erez A, Li J, Geraghty M, Ben Shachar S, Cooper M, Mensing D, et al. Mosaic deletion 11p13 in a child with dopamine beta-hydroxylase deficiency--case report and review of the literature. Am J Med Genet A. 2010;152A:732-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, it demonstrates the possible phenotypic effects of low-level PAX6 haploinsufficiency in a dosage-sensitive manner. ..
  13. Townson S, Dobrzycka K, Lee A, Air M, Deng W, Kang K, et al. SAFB2, a new scaffold attachment factor homolog and estrogen receptor corepressor. J Biol Chem. 2003;278:20059-68 pubmed
    ..Our findings suggest that evolutionary duplication of the SAFB gene has allowed it to retain crucial functions, but also to gain novel functions in the cytoplasm and/or nucleus. ..
  14. Gajewski K, Kim Y, Lee Y, Olson E, Schulz R. D-mef2 is a target for Tinman activation during Drosophila heart development. EMBO J. 1997;16:515-22 pubmed
    ..These results define the only known in vivo target for transcriptional activation by Tinman and demonstrate that D-mef2 lies directly downstream of tinman in the genetic cascade controlling heart formation in Drosophila. ..
  15. Edwards M, Liegeois N, Horecka J, DePinho R, Sprague G, Tyers M, et al. Human CPR (cell cycle progression restoration) genes impart a Far- phenotype on yeast cells. Genetics. 1997;147:1063-76 pubmed
    ..Moreover, several of the yeast OPY genes have overlapping functions with the human CPR genes, indicating a possible conservation of roles. ..
  16. Schulz R, Gajewski K. Ventral neuroblasts and the heartless FGF receptor are required for muscle founder cell specification in Drosophila. Oncogene. 1999;18:6818-23 pubmed
    ..These results suggest the use of a neuroectoderm-to-mesoderm signaling pathway in the specification of ventral muscle precursors. ..
  17. Heilstedt H, Shahbazian M, Lee B. Infantile hypotonia as a presentation of Rett syndrome. Am J Med Genet. 2002;111:238-42 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, it supports the hypothesis of an underlying secondary defect in energy metabolism contributing to the pathogenesis of RTT. ..
  18. Boonyaratanakornkit V. Scaffolding proteins mediating membrane-initiated extra-nuclear actions of estrogen receptor. Steroids. 2011;76:877-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Future studies defining physiological roles of ER extra-nuclear actions and crosstalk with its nuclear counterparts will be important to our overall understanding of estrogen and ER biological functions. ..
  19. Timchenko N, Welm A, Lu X, Timchenko L. CUG repeat binding protein (CUGBP1) interacts with the 5' region of C/EBPbeta mRNA and regulates translation of C/EBPbeta isoforms. Nucleic Acids Res. 1999;27:4517-25 pubmed
    ..Our data demonstrate that CUGBP1 protein is an important component for the regulation of initiation from different AUG codons of C/EBPbeta mRNA. ..
  20. Oh J, Kaplan S. Redox signaling: globalization of gene expression. EMBO J. 2000;19:4237-47 pubmed
    ..Together, these interacting regulatory circuits are depicted in a model that permits us to understand the regulation by oxygen and light of photosynthesis gene expression in R.SPHAEROIDES: ..
  21. Hong J, Park J, Cho K, Gu D, Ji H, Artandi S, et al. Shared molecular mechanisms regulate multiple catenin proteins: canonical Wnt signals and components modulate p120-catenin isoform-1 and additional p120 subfamily members. J Cell Sci. 2010;123:4351-65 pubmed publisher
  22. Zeng J, Kirk B, Gou Y, Wang Q, Ma J. Genome-wide polycomb target gene prediction in Drosophila melanogaster. Nucleic Acids Res. 2012;40:5848-63 pubmed publisher
    ..From a computational standpoint, our strategy of modelling transcription factor interaction with a non-linear kernel is original, effective and transferable to many other applications. ..
  23. Lin S, Elledge S. Multiple tumor suppressor pathways negatively regulate telomerase. Cell. 2003;113:881-9 pubmed
    ..These studies suggest that multiple tumor suppressor/oncogene pathways coordinately repress hTERT expression and imply that telomerase is reactivated in human tumors through oncogenic mutations. ..
  24. Zhu J, Shalel Levanon S, Bennett G, San K. Effect of the global redox sensing/regulation networks on Escherichia coli and metabolic flux distribution based on C-13 labeling experiments. Metab Eng. 2006;8:619-27 pubmed
    ..7, 364-374]). The significantly higher lactate production in the arcAfnr double mutant strain was shown to be an indirect effect caused by the reduced pyruvate formate-lyase (PFL) and PDH fluxes as well as the intracellular redox state. ..
  25. Visvanathan J, Lee S, Lee B, Lee J, Lee S. The microRNA miR-124 antagonizes the anti-neural REST/SCP1 pathway during embryonic CNS development. Genes Dev. 2007;21:744-9 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that, during CNS development, timely down-regulation of SCP1 is critical for inducing neurogenesis, and miR-124 contributes to this process at least in part by down-regulating SCP1 expression. ..
  26. Lindsay E, Harvey E, Scambler P, Baldini A. ES2, a gene deleted in DiGeorge syndrome, encodes a nuclear protein and is expressed during early mouse development, where it shares an expression domain with a Goosecoid-like gene. Hum Mol Genet. 1998;7:629-35 pubmed
    ..This finding suggests that different genes in the deleted region may be functionally related and might explain the occurrence of the characteristic phenotype in patients with non-overlapping genetic lesions. ..
  27. Chinen J, Badran Y, Geha R, Chou J, Fried A. Advances in basic and clinical immunology in 2016. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2017;140:959-973 pubmed publisher
    ..Development of vaccines for HIV infection continues to provide insight into the immune response against a virus with an extraordinary mutation rate. ..
  28. Jafar Nejad H, Acar M, Nolo R, Lacin H, Pan H, Parkhurst S, et al. Senseless acts as a binary switch during sensory organ precursor selection. Genes Dev. 2003;17:2966-78 pubmed
    ..In the presumptive SOPs that express high levels of Sens, it acts as a transcriptional activator and synergizes with proneural proteins. We therefore propose that Sens acts as a binary switch that is fundamental to SOP selection...
  29. Zhang D, Yoon H, Wong J. JMJD2A is a novel N-CoR-interacting protein and is involved in repression of the human transcription factor achaete scute-like homologue 2 (ASCL2/Hash2). Mol Cell Biol. 2005;25:6404-14 pubmed
    ..Our data indicate that JMJD2A makes use of the N-CoR complex to repress transcription and suggest that JMJD2A together with N-CoR could play a role in repressing ASCL2 expression in various tissues. ..
  30. Fu J, Qin L, He T, Qin J, Hong J, Wong J, et al. The TWIST/Mi2/NuRD protein complex and its essential role in cancer metastasis. Cell Res. 2011;21:275-89 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings not only provide novel mechanistic and functional links between TWIST and the Mi2/NuRD complex but also establish new essential roles for the components of Mi2/NuRD complex in cancer metastasis. ..
  31. Zage P, Nolo R, Fang W, Stewart J, Garcia Manero G, Zweidler McKay P. Notch pathway activation induces neuroblastoma tumor cell growth arrest. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2012;58:682-9 pubmed publisher
    ..HES gene expression appears to be regulated epigenetically and could be induced with decitabine. These findings support a tumor suppressor role for Notch signaling in neuroblastoma. ..
  32. Nguyen T, Cho K, Stratton S, Barton M. Transcription factor interactions and chromatin modifications associated with p53-mediated, developmental repression of the alpha-fetoprotein gene. Mol Cell Biol. 2005;25:2147-57 pubmed
    ..p53-null mice exhibit developmentally delayed AFP repression, concomitant with acetylation of H3K9, methylation of H3K4, and loss of DiMetH3K9, mSin3A/HDAC1, and HP1 interactions. ..
  33. Wilson C, Zhan H, Swint Kruse L, Matthews K. The lactose repressor system: paradigms for regulation, allosteric behavior and protein folding. Cell Mol Life Sci. 2007;64:3-16 pubmed
    ..Thus, the lac system continues to advance our molecular understanding of genetic control and the relationship between sequence, structure and function. ..
  34. Brooks B, Piro K, Brennan R. Multidrug-binding transcription factor QacR binds the bivalent aromatic diamidines DB75 and DB359 in multiple positions. J Am Chem Soc. 2007;129:8389-95 pubmed
    ..Chemical redundancy is likely a hallmark of all multidrug-binding pockets, yet it is utilized by only a subset of drugs, which, for QacR, so far appears to be limited to chemically rigid, bivalent compounds. ..
  35. Horstmann N, Sahasrabhojane P, Suber B, Kumaraswami M, Olsen R, FLORES A, et al. Distinct single amino acid replacements in the control of virulence regulator protein differentially impact streptococcal pathogenesis. PLoS Pathog. 2011;7:e1002311 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these data provide structural and functional insights into the critical and distinct effects of variation in the CovR protein on GAS pathogenesis. ..
  36. Canela A, Maman Y, Jung S, Wong N, Callen E, Day A, et al. Genome Organization Drives Chromosome Fragility. Cell. 2017;170:507-521.e18 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, loop anchors serve as fragile sites that generate DSBs and chromosomal rearrangements. VIDEO ABSTRACT. ..
  37. Morrison A, Sardet C, Herrera R. Retinoblastoma protein transcriptional repression through histone deacetylation of a single nucleosome. Mol Cell Biol. 2002;22:856-65 pubmed
    ..Thus, the repressive role of pRb in cyclin E transcription and therefore cell cycle progression can be mapped to its control of the acetylation status and conformation of a single nucleosome. ..
  38. Zuo X, Morris J, Broaddus R, Shureiqi I. 15-LOX-1 transcription suppression through the NuRD complex in colon cancer cells. Oncogene. 2009;28:1496-505 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, our results show that NuRD contributes to 15-LOX-1 transcription suppression in colon cancer cells and that HDACIs can inhibit NuRD recruitment to a promoter to activate gene transcription, as in the case of 15-LOX-1. ..
  39. Ling P, Tan J, Peng R. Nuclear-cytoplasmic shuttling is not required for the Epstein-Barr virus EBNA-LP transcriptional coactivation function. J Virol. 2009;83:7109-16 pubmed publisher
  40. Li Z, Burzawa J, Troung A, Feng S, Agoulnik I, Tong X, et al. Relaxin signaling in uterine fibroids. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2009;1160:374-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Relaxin or insulin-like peptide 3 treatment suppressed transforming growth factor beta-induced phosphorylation of SMAD2 in rat leiomyoma ELT-3 cells in vitro, suggesting a possible involvement of relaxins in the etiology of leiomyoma. ..
  41. Hong J, Park J, Lee M, Mu oz W, Miller R, Ji H, et al. Down's-syndrome-related kinase Dyrk1A modulates the p120-catenin-Kaiso trajectory of the Wnt signaling pathway. J Cell Sci. 2012;125:561-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Conceivably, this work might also prove relevant to understanding the contribution of Dyrk1A dosage imbalance in Down's syndrome...
  42. Taylor P, Fangusaro J, Rajaram V, Goldman S, Helenowski I, Macdonald T, et al. REST is a novel prognostic factor and therapeutic target for medulloblastoma. Mol Cancer Ther. 2012;11:1713-1723 pubmed publisher
    ..A REST-dependent decrease in cell growth was also observed following SAHA treatment. Thus, our studies suggest that HDACIs may have therapeutic potential for patients with REST-positive tumors. This warrants further investigation. ..
  43. Babcock B, Anderson B, Papayannopoulos I, Castilleja A, Murray J, Stifani S, et al. Ovarian and breast cytotoxic T lymphocytes can recognize peptides from the amino enhancer of split protein of the Notch complex. Mol Immunol. 1998;35:1121-33 pubmed
  44. Gajewski K, Zhang Q, Choi C, Fossett N, Dang A, Kim Y, et al. Pannier is a transcriptional target and partner of Tinman during Drosophila cardiogenesis. Dev Biol. 2001;233:425-36 pubmed
    ..Together, these results provide important insights into the genetic mechanisms controlling heart formation in the Drosophila model system. ..
  45. Mo W, Liu Q, Lin C, Dai H, Peng Y, Liang Y, et al. mTOR Inhibitors Suppress Homologous Recombination Repair and Synergize with PARP Inhibitors via Regulating SUV39H1 in BRCA-Proficient Triple-Negative Breast Cancer. Clin Cancer Res. 2016;22:1699-712 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these findings strongly suggest that combining mTOR inhibitors and PARP inhibitors would be an effective therapeutic approach to treat BRCA-proficient TNBC patients. ..
  46. Zhou Y, Zheng J, Gu X, Li W, Saunders G. A novel Pax-6 binding site in rodent B1 repetitive elements: coevolution between developmental regulation and repeated elements?. Gene. 2000;245:319-28 pubmed
  47. Rogg L, Lasswell J, Bartel B. A gain-of-function mutation in IAA28 suppresses lateral root development. Plant Cell. 2001;13:465-80 pubmed
    ..Studies of the gain-of-function iaa28-1 mutant suggest that IAA28 normally represses transcription, perhaps of genes that promote lateral root initiation in response to auxin signals. ..
  48. Gupta A, Kone B. USF-1 and USF-2 trans-repress IL-1beta-induced iNOS transcription in mesangial cells. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2002;283:C1065-72 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrated that USF binding to the E-box at -893/-888 serves to trans-repress basal expression and IL-1beta induction of the iNOS promoter. ..
  49. Lin X, Liang Y, Sun B, Liang M, Shi Y, Brunicardi F, et al. Smad6 recruits transcription corepressor CtBP to repress bone morphogenetic protein-induced transcription. Mol Cell Biol. 2003;23:9081-93 pubmed
    ..We conclude that the nuclear functions and physical interaction of Smad6 and CtBP provide a novel mechanism for the transcriptional regulation by inhibitory Smads. ..
  50. Boerboom D, White L, Dalle S, Courty J, Richards J. Dominant-stable beta-catenin expression causes cell fate alterations and Wnt signaling antagonist expression in a murine granulosa cell tumor model. Cancer Res. 2006;66:1964-73 pubmed
    ..Together, these results suggest that misregulated Wnt/beta-catenin signaling alters the fate of granulosa cells and that the GCT that arise in Catnb(flox(ex3)/+);Amhr2(cre/+) mice result from the clonal expansion of metaplastic cells. ..
  51. Rivera C, Lloyd R. Modulation of enteroviral proteinase cleavage of poly(A)-binding protein (PABP) by conformation and PABP-associated factors. Virology. 2008;375:59-72 pubmed publisher
    ..The results further elucidate complex mechanisms where multiple inherent PABP conformations and protein and RNA interactions both serve to differentially regulate PABP cleavage by 3CD, 3C(pro) and 2A(pro)...
  52. Vachon G, Cohen B, Pfeifle C, McGuffin M, Botas J, Cohen S. Homeotic genes of the Bithorax complex repress limb development in the abdomen of the Drosophila embryo through the target gene Distal-less. Cell. 1992;71:437-50 pubmed
    ..Repression of limb development in the abdomen appears to be controlled at the DII enhancer. Thus DII may serve as a downstream target gene through which the homeotic genes control abdominal segment identity in the Drosophila embryo. ..
  53. Hoffmaster A, Koehler T. Autogenous regulation of the Bacillus anthracis pag operon. J Bacteriol. 1999;181:4485-92 pubmed
    ..The steady-state level of atxA mRNA was also increased in the pagR mutant. The mutant phenotype was complemented by addition of pagR in trans on a multicopy plasmid...
  54. Frankfort B, Nolo R, Zhang Z, Bellen H, Mardon G. senseless repression of rough is required for R8 photoreceptor differentiation in the developing Drosophila eye. Neuron. 2001;32:403-14 pubmed
    ..A genetic model of R8 differentiation is presented. ..
  55. Shahbazian M, Antalffy B, Armstrong D, Zoghbi H. Insight into Rett syndrome: MeCP2 levels display tissue- and cell-specific differences and correlate with neuronal maturation. Hum Mol Genet. 2002;11:115-24 pubmed
    ..Our data suggest that MeCP2 may become abundant only once a neuron has reached a certain degree of maturity, and that this may explain some aspects of the RTT phenotype. ..
  56. Cook J, Davis B, Cai S, Barrett J, Conti C, Walker C. Interaction between genetic susceptibility and early-life environmental exposure determines tumor-suppressor-gene penetrance. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005;102:8644-9 pubmed
  57. Lee B, Follen M, Rodriquez G, Shen D, Malpica A, Shearer W, et al. Deficiencies in myeloid antigen-presenting cells in women with cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions. Cancer. 2006;107:999-1007 pubmed
  58. Wei Y, Chen Y, Li L, Lang J, Yeh S, Shi B, et al. CDK1-dependent phosphorylation of EZH2 suppresses methylation of H3K27 and promotes osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells. Nat Cell Biol. 2011;13:87-94 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings define a signalling link between CDK1 and EZH2 that may have an important role in diverse biological processes, including cancer-cell invasion and osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells. ..
  59. Rivera Pérez J, Mallo M, Gendron Maguire M, Gridley T, Behringer R. Goosecoid is not an essential component of the mouse gastrula organizer but is required for craniofacial and rib development. Development. 1995;121:3005-12 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate that gsc is not essential for organizer activity in the mouse but is required later during embryogenesis for craniofacial and rib cage development. ..
  60. Sun H, Rodin A, Zhou Y, Dickinson D, Harper D, Hewett Emmett D, et al. Evolution of paired domains: isolation and sequencing of jellyfish and hydra Pax genes related to Pax-5 and Pax-6. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997;94:5156-61 pubmed
    ..From this analysis and the gene structure, we propose that modern Pax-4/6 and Pax-2/5/8 genes evolved from an ancestral gene similar to cnidarian Pax-B, having both the homeodomain and the octapeptide. ..
  61. Xia C, Bao Z, Tabassam F, Ma W, Qiu M, Hua S, et al. GCIP, a novel human grap2 and cyclin D interacting protein, regulates E2F-mediated transcriptional activity. J Biol Chem. 2000;275:20942-8 pubmed
    ..High level expression of GCIP in terminally differentiated tissues and the inhibition of E2F1 transcription activation suggest that GCIP could play an important role in controlling cell differentiation and proliferation. ..
  62. Swint Kruse L, Elam C, Lin J, Wycuff D, Shive Matthews K. Plasticity of quaternary structure: twenty-two ways to form a LacI dimer. Protein Sci. 2001;10:262-76 pubmed
    ..Thus, the 360-amino acid scaffold of LacI allows plasticity of its quaternary structure. The periplasmic binding proteins may require only minimal changes to facilitate oligomerization similar to the repressor proteins. ..
  63. Schrader L, Anderson A, Mayne A, Pfaffinger P, Sweatt J. PKA modulation of Kv4.2-encoded A-type potassium channels requires formation of a supramolecular complex. J Neurosci. 2002;22:10123-33 pubmed
    ..2-encoded A channels by PKA. Overall, our studies indicate that PKA must of necessity act on a supramolecular complex of pore-forming alpha-subunits plus ancillary subunits to alter channel properties. ..
  64. Mishra S, Yang Z, Mazumdar A, Talukder A, Larose L, Kumar R. Metastatic tumor antigen 1 short form (MTA1s) associates with casein kinase I-gamma2, an estrogen-responsive kinase. Oncogene. 2004;23:4422-9 pubmed
  65. Wang J, Tao Y, Reim I, Gajewski K, Frasch M, Schulz R. Expression, regulation, and requirement of the toll transmembrane protein during dorsal vessel formation in Drosophila melanogaster. Mol Cell Biol. 2005;25:4200-10 pubmed
    ..Such findings implicate Toll as a critical cell adhesion molecule in the alignment and migration of cardioblasts during dorsal vessel morphogenesis...
  66. Singh R, Barnes C, Talukder A, Fuqua S, Kumar R. Negative regulation of estrogen receptor alpha transactivation functions by LIM domain only 4 protein. Cancer Res. 2005;65:10594-601 pubmed
  67. Zhu J, Shalel Levanon S, Bennett G, San K. The YfiD protein contributes to the pyruvate formate-lyase flux in an Escherichia coli arcA mutant strain. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2007;97:138-43 pubmed
    ..Relatively higher lactate production was seen in the yfiDarcA mutant than the other strains, which was due to the lower total flux through PFL and PDH toward AcCoA in this strain. ..
  68. Kim S, Levenson J, Korsmeyer S, Sweatt J, Schumacher A. Developmental regulation of Eed complex composition governs a switch in global histone modification in brain. J Biol Chem. 2007;282:9962-72 pubmed
    ..Thus, this study suggests dynamic regulation of chromatin complex composition as a molecular mechanism to co-opt constituents of developmental pathways into the regulation of neuronal memory formation in adult brain. ..
  69. Fu J, Yoon H, Qin J, Wong J. Regulation of P-TEFb elongation complex activity by CDK9 acetylation. Mol Cell Biol. 2007;27:4641-51 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that acetylation of CDK9 is an important posttranslational modification that is involved in regulating P-TEFb transcriptional elongation function. ..
  70. He B, Feng Q, Mukherjee A, Lonard D, DeMayo F, Katzenellenbogen B, et al. A repressive role for prohibitin in estrogen signaling. Mol Endocrinol. 2008;22:344-60 pubmed
    ..Our results indicate that PHB functions as a transcriptional corepressor for ERalpha in vitro and in vivo, and that its heteromerization with REA acts as a novel mechanism to limit its corepressor activity. ..
  71. Yang Y, Chang B, Samson S, Li M, Chan L. The Krüppel-like zinc finger protein Glis3 directly and indirectly activates insulin gene transcription. Nucleic Acids Res. 2009;37:2529-38 pubmed publisher
    ..This study uncovers a role of Glis3 for regulation of insulin gene expression and expands our understanding of its role in the beta cell. ..
  72. Chen L, Ma Y, Kim E, Yu W, Schwartz R, Qian L, et al. Conditional ablation of Ezh2 in murine hearts reveals its essential roles in endocardial cushion formation, cardiomyocyte proliferation and survival. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e31005 pubmed publisher
    ..The regulation of Hey2 expression by Ezh2 may be independent of Notch signaling activity. Our work defines an indispensible role of the chromatin remodeling factor Ezh2 in normal cardiovascular development. ..
  73. Wu S, Cheng C, Lanz R, Wang T, Respress J, Ather S, et al. Atrial identity is determined by a COUP-TFII regulatory network. Dev Cell. 2013;25:417-26 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our results reveal that COUP-TFII confers atrial identity through direct binding and by modulating expression of a broad spectrum of genes that have an impact on atrial development and function. ..
  74. Blattner M, Liu D, Robinson B, Huang D, Poliakov A, Gao D, et al. SPOP Mutation Drives Prostate Tumorigenesis In Vivo through Coordinate Regulation of PI3K/mTOR and AR Signaling. Cancer Cell. 2017;31:436-451 pubmed publisher
    ..Using these models and human prostate cancer samples, we show that SPOP mutation activates both PI3K/mTOR and androgen receptor signaling, effectively uncoupling the normal negative feedback between these two pathways. ..
  75. Davis R, Shen W, Sandler Y, Heanue T, Mardon G. Characterization of mouse Dach2, a homologue of Drosophila dachshund. Mech Dev. 2001;102:169-79 pubmed
    ..The identification of human DACH2 sequences at Xq21 suggests a possible role for this gene in Allan-Herndon syndrome, Miles-Carpenter syndrome, X-linked cleft palate and/or Megalocornea. ..
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    ..Our results lead us to propose that Bob1-related proteins may play diverse roles in eukaryotic organisms...
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