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    1. Ioannidis, V; Beermann, F; Clevers, H; Held, W
      The beta-catenin-TCF-I pathway ensures CD4(+)CD8(+) thymocyte survival

      NATURE IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Barker, N; Clevers, H
      Tumor environment: a potent driving force in colorectal cancer?

      TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    3. Fodde, R; Kuipers, J; Rosenberg, C; Smits, R; Kielman, M; Gaspar, C; van Es, JH; Bruekel, C; Wiegant, J; Giles, RH; Clevers, H
      Mutations in the APC tumour suppressor gene cause chromosomal instability

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    4. de Lau, W; Clevers, H
      LEF1 turns over a new leaf

      NATURE GENETICS
    5. van de Water, S; van de Wetering, M; Joore, J; Esseling, J; Bink, R; Clevers, H; Zivkovic, D
      Ectopic Wnt signal determines the eyeless phenotype of zebrafish masterblind mutant

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Brantjes, H; Roose, J; van de Wetering, M; Clevers, H
      All Tcf HMG box transcription factors interact with Groucho-related co-repressors

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    7. Barker, N; Hurlstone, A; Musisi, H; Miles, A; Bienz, M; Clevers, H
      The chromatin remodelling factor Brg-1 interacts with beta-catenin to promote target gene activation

      EMBO JOURNAL
    8. Meyaard, L; de Vries, ARV; de Ruiter, T; Lanier, LL; Phillips, JH; Clevers, H
      The epithelial cellular adhesion molecule (Ep-CAM) is a ligand for the leukocyte-associated immunoglobulin-like receptor (LAIR)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    9. Staal, FJT; Meeldijk, J; Moerer, P; Jay, P; van de Weerdt, BCM; Vainio, S; Nolan, GP; Clevers, H
      Wnt signaling is required for thymocyte development and activates Tcf-1 mediated transcription

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    10. van de Wetering, M; Barker, N; Harkes, IC; van der Heyden, M; Dijk, NJ; Hollestelle, A; Klijn, JGM; Clevers, H; Schutte, M
      Mutant E-cadherin breast cancer cells do not display constitutive Wnt signaling

      CANCER RESEARCH
    11. Clevers, H
      Armadillo takes the APC shuttle

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    12. Clevers, H
      Axin and hepatocellular carcinomas

      NATURE GENETICS
    13. Yang, X; van Beest, M; Clevers, H; Jones, T; Hursh, DA; Mortin, MA
      decapentaplegic is a direct target of dTcf repression in the Drosophila visceral mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Lickert, H; Domon, C; Huls, G; Wehrle, C; Duluc, I; Clevers, H; Meyer, BI; Freund, JN; Kemler, R
      Wnt/beta-catenin signaling regulates the expression of the homeobox gene Cdx1 in embryonic intestine

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Molenaar, M; Brian, E; Roose, J; Clevers, H; Destree, O
      Differential expression of the Groucho-related genes 4 and 5 during early development of Xenopus laevis

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    16. Barker, N; Clevers, H
      Catenins, Wnt signaling and cancer

      BIOESSAYS
    17. Lawrence, N; Dearden, P; Hartley, D; Roose, J; Clevers, H; Arias, AM
      dTcf antagonises Wingless signalling during the development and patterningof the wing in Drosophila

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    18. Cheung, M; Abu-Elmagd, M; Clevers, H; Scotting, PJ
      Roles of Sox4 in central nervous system development

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Bienz, M; Clevers, H
      Linking colorectal cancer to Wnt signaling

      CELL
    20. Barker, N; Morin, PJ; Clevers, H
      The yin-yang of TCF/beta-catenin signaling

      ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH, VOL 77
    21. van Beest, M; Dooijes, D; van de Wetering, M; Kjaerulff, S; Bonvin, A; Nielsen, O; Clevers, H
      Sequence-specific high mobility group box factors recognize 10-12-base pair minor groove motifs

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Santos, MM; de Sousa, M; Rademakers, LHPM; Clevers, H; Marx, JJM; Schilham, MW
      Iron overload and heart fibrosis in mice deficient for both beta 2-microglobulin and Rag1

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    23. Santos, M; Marx, JJM; Clevers, H; de Sousa, M
      beta(2)-microglobulin-deficient mice as a model for hemochromatosis

      HEMOCHROMATOSIS: GENETICS, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
    24. Held, W; Kunz, B; Lowin-Kropf, B; van de Wetering, M; Clevers, H
      Clonal acquisition of the Ly49A NK cell receptor is dependent on the trans-acting factor TCF-1

      IMMUNITY
    25. van Es, JH; Kirkpatrick, C; van de Wetering, M; Molenaar, M; Miles, A; Kuipers, J; Destree, O; Peifer, M; Clevers, H
      Identification of APC2, a homologue of the adenomatous polyposis coli tumour suppressor

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    26. Galceran, J; Farinas, I; Depew, MJ; Clevers, H; Grosschedl, R
      Wnt3a(-/-)-like phenotype and limb deficiency in Lef1(-/-)Tcf1(-/-) mice

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    27. Clevers, H
      Hot papers - Cancer - Constitutive transcriptional activation by a beta-catenin-Tcf complex in APC-/- colon carcinoma by V. Korinek, N. Barker, P.J. Morin, D. van Wichen, R. de Weger, K.W. Kinzler, B. Vogelstein, H. Clevers - Comments

      SCIENTIST
    28. Roose, J; Korver, W; de Boer, R; Kuipers, J; Hurenkamp, J; Clevers, H
      The Sox-13 gene: Structure, promoter characterization, and chromosomal localization

      GENOMICS
    29. Roose, J; Clevers, H
      TCF transcription factors: molecular switches in carcinogenesis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-REVIEWS ON CANCER
    30. Kuipers, J; Vaandrager, JW; Weghuis, DO; Pearson, PL; Scheres, J; Lokhorst, HM; Clevers, H; Bast, BJEG
      Fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis shows the frequent occurrence of 14q32.3 rearrangements with involvement of immunoglobulin switch regionsin myeloma cell lines

      CANCER GENETICS AND CYTOGENETICS
    31. Ishitani, T; Ninomiya-Tsuji, J; Nagai, S; Nishita, M; Meneghini, M; Barker, N; Waterman, M; Bowerman, B; Clevers, H; Shibuya, H; Matsumoto, K
      The TAK1-NLK-MAPK-related pathway antagonizes signalling between beta-catenin and transcription factor TCF

      NATURE
    32. Meyaard, L; Hurenkamp, J; Clevers, H; Lanier, LL; Phillips, JH
      Leukocyte-associated Ig-like receptos-1 functions as an inhibitory receptor on cytotoxic T cells

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    33. de Vries, ARV; Clevers, H; Logtenberg, T; Meyaard, L
      Leukocyte-associated immunoglobulin-like receptor-1 (LAIR-1) is differentially expressed during human B cell differentiation and inhibits B cell receptor-mediated signaling

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    34. Wielenga, VJM; Smits, R; Korinek, V; Smit, L; Kielman, M; Fodde, R; Clevers, H; Pals, ST
      Expression of CD44 in Apc and Tcf mutant mice implies regulation by the WNT pathway

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    35. Barker, N; Huls, G; Korinek, V; Clevers, H
      Restricted high level expression of Tcf-4 protein in intestinal and mammary gland epithelium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    36. OKAMURA RM; SIGVARDSSON M; GALCERAN J; VERBEEK S; CLEVERS H; GROSSCHEDL R
      REDUNDANT REGULATION OF T-CELL DIFFERENTIATION AND TCR-ALPHA GENE-EXPRESSION BY THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS LEF-1 AND TCF-1

      Immunity
    37. KORINEK V; BARKER N; MOERER P; VANDONSELAAR E; HULS G; PETERS PJ; CLEVERS H
      DEPLETION OF EPITHELIAL STEM-CELL COMPARTMENTS IN THE SMALL-INTESTINEOF MICE LACKING TCF-4

      Nature genetics
    38. SCHILHAM MW; CLEVERS H
      HMG BOX-CONTAINING TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN LYMPHOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Seminars in immunology
    39. Korver, W; Schilham, MW; Moerer, P; van den Hoff, MJ; Dam, K; Lamers, WH; Medema, RH; Clevers, H
      Uncoupling of S phase and mitosis in cardiomyocytes and hepatocytes lacking the winged-helix transcription factor Trident

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    40. CLEVERS H; FERRIER P
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL DURING T-CELL DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in immunology
    41. MOLENAAR M; ROOSE J; PETERSON J; VENANZI S; CLEVERS H; DESTREE O
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE HMG BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS XTCF-3 AND XLEF-1 DURING EARLY XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    42. ROOSE J; KORVER W; OVING E; WILSON A; WAGENAAR G; MARKMAN M; LAMERS W; CLEVERS H
      HIGH EXPRESSION OF THE HMG BOX FACTOR SOX-13 IN ARTERIAL-WALLS DURINGEMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Nucleic acids research
    43. VANBEEST M; MORTIN M; CLEVERS H
      DROSOPHILA RPS3A, A NOVEL MINUTE GENE SITUATED BETWEEN THE SEGMENT POLARITY GENES CUBITUS INTERRUPTUS AND DTCF

      Nucleic acids research
    44. KORINEK V; BARKER N; WILLERT K; MOLENAAR M; ROOSE J; WAGENAAR G; MARKMAN M; LAMERS W; DESTREE O; CLEVERS H
      2 MEMBERS OF THE TCF FAMILY IMPLICATED IN WNT BETA-CATENIN SIGNALING DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IN THE MOUSE/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. CLEVERS H
      HMG BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN LYMPHOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Molecular immunology
    46. DELAU WBM; KUIPERS J; PETERS PJ; LOKHORST HM; CLEVERS H; BAST BJEG
      PUTATIVE MYELOMA PRECURSOR CELLS EXPRESSING 2,6-SIALIC-ACID-MODIFIED ANTIGENS ACTUALLY BELONG TO THE ERYTHROID LINEAGE

      Leukemia research
    47. ZHANG ZH; HARTMANN H; DO VM; ABRAMOWSKI D; STURCHLERPIERRAT C; STAUFENBIEL M; SOMMER B; VANDEWETERING M; CLEVERS H; SAFTIG P; DESTROOPER B; HE X; YANKNER BA
      DESTABILIZATION OF BETA-CATENIN BY MUTATIONS IN PRESENILIN-1 POTENTIATES NEURONAL APOPTOSIS

      Nature
    48. CAVALLO RA; COX RT; MOLINE MM; ROOSE J; POLEVOY GA; CLEVERS H; PEIFER M; BEJSOVEC A
      DROSOPHILA TCF AND GROUCHO INTERACT TO REPRESS WINGLESS SIGNALING ACTIVITY

      Nature
    49. ROOSE J; MOLENAAR M; PETERSON J; HURENKAMP J; BRANTJES H; MOERER P; VANDEWETERING M; DESTREE O; CLEVERS H
      THE XENOPUS WNT EFFECTOR XTCF-3 INTERACTS WITH GROUCHO-RELATED TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSORS

      Nature
    50. DOOIJES D; VANBEEST M; VANDEWETERING M; BOULANGER G; JONES T; CLEVERS H; MORTIN MA
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF THE SEGMENT POLARITY GENE PAN IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    51. YA J; SCHILHAM MW; DEBOER PAJ; MOORMAN AFM; CLEVERS H; LAMERS WH
      SOX4-DEFICIENCY SYNDROME IN MICE IS AN ANIMAL-MODEL FOR COMMON TRUNK

      Circulation research
    52. SANTOS M; CLEVERS H; DESOUSA M; MARX JJM
      ADAPTIVE RESPONSE OF IRON-ABSORPTION TO ANEMIA, INCREASED ERYTHROPOIESIS, IRON-DEFICIENCY, AND IRON LOADING IN BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN KNOCKOUT MICE

      Blood
    53. YA J; SCHILHAM MW; CLEVERS H; MOORMAN AFM; LAMERS WH
      ANIMAL-MODELS OF CONGENITAL-DEFECTS IN THE VENTRICULOARTERIAL CONNECTION OF THE HEART

      Journal of molecular medicine
    54. DOOIJES D; CLEVERS H
      CONTROL OF GEM EXPRESSION DURING LYMPHOID DEVELOPMENT - TARGETED GENEDISRUPTION PROVIDES NEW CLUES

      APMIS. Acta pathologica, microbiologica et immunologica Scandinavica
    55. KORVER W; ROOSE J; WILSON A; CLEVERS H
      THE WINGED-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TRIDENT IS EXPRESSED IN CYCLINGCELLS

      The FASEB journal
    56. STAAL FJT; VANDEWETERING M; VANBEEST M; VANES J; ROOSE J; MOLENAAR M; DESTREE O; PEIFER M; CLEVERS H
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN TCF PROTEINS AND B-CATENIN - A BIPARTITE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR COMPLEX IN XENOPUS, DROSOPHILA AND T-LYMPHOCYTES

      The FASEB journal
    57. KORVER W; ROOSE J; HEINEN K; WEGHUIS DO; DEBRUIJN D; VANKESSEL AG; CLEVERS H
      THE HUMAN TRIDENT HFH-11/FKHL16 GENE - STRUCTURE, LOCALIZATION, AND PROMOTER CHARACTERIZATION/

      Genomics
    58. KORVER W; ROOSE J; CLEVERS H
      THE WINGED-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TRIDENT IS EXPRESSED IN CYCLINGCELLS

      Nucleic acids research
    59. KJAERULFF S; DOOIJES D; CLEVERS H; NIELSEN O
      CELL-DIFFERENTIATION BY INTERACTION OF 2 HMG-BOX PROTEINS - MAT1-MC ACTIVATES M-CELL-SPECIFIC GENES IN S-POMBE BY RECRUITING THE UBIQUITOUSTRANSCRIPTION FACTOR STE11 TO WEAK BINDING-SITES

      EMBO journal
    60. KORVER W; ROOSE J; WILSON A; CLEVERS H
      THE WINGED-HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TRIDENT IS EXPRESSED IN ACTIVELY DIVIDING LYMPHOCYTES

      Immunobiology
    61. CLEVERS H; VANDEWETERING M
      TCF LEF FACTORS EARN THEIR WINGS

      Trends in genetics
    62. CLEVERS H; MIEDEMA F
      EUROPEAN IMMUNOLOGISTS MEET IN AMSTERDAM

      Immunology today
    63. VANDEWETERING M; CAVALLO R; DOOIJES D; VANBEEST M; VANES J; LOUREIRO J; YPMA A; HURSH D; JONES T; BEJSOVEC A; PEIFER M; MORTIN M; CLEVERS H
      ARMADILLO COACTIVATES TRANSCRIPTION DRIVEN BY THE PRODUCT OF THE DROSOPHILA SEGMENT POLARITY GENE DTCF

      Cell
    64. KORINEK V; BARKER N; MORIN PJ; VANWICHEN D; DEWEGER R; KINZLER KW; VOGELSTEIN B; CLEVERS H
      CONSTITUTIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY A BETA-CATENIN-TCF COMPLEXIN APC(- -) COLON-CARCINOMA/

      Science
    65. MORIN PJ; SPARKS AB; KORINEK V; BARKER N; CLEVERS H; VOGELSTEIN B; KINZLER KW
      ACTIVATION OF BETA-CATENIN-TCF SIGNALING IN COLON-CANCER BY MUTATIONSIN BETA-CATENIN OR APC

      Science
    66. SANTOS M; WIENK KJH; SCHILHAM MW; CLEVERS H; DESOUSA M; MARX JJM
      IN-VIVO MUCOSAL UPTAKE, MUCOSAL TRANSFER AND RETENTION OF IRON IN MICE

      Laboratory animals
    67. MAYER K; HIERONYMUS T; CASTROP J; CLEVERS H; BALLHAUSEN WG
      ECTOPIC ACTIVATION OF LYMPHOID HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP-BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TCF-1 AND OVEREXPRESSION IN COLORECTAL-CANCER CELLS

      International journal of cancer
    68. ARNOLD B; CLEVERS H
      IMMUNE-RESPONSES - DIVERSITY OF INITIATION AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME

      Research in immunology
    69. HAGENS G; GALLEY Y; GLASER I; DAVIS WC; BALDWIN CL; CLEVERS H; DOBBELAERE DAE
      CLONING, SEQUENCING AND EXPRESSION OF THE BOVINE CD3-EPSILON AND TCR-ZETA CHAINS, 2 INVARIANT COMPONENTS OF THE T-CELL RECEPTOR COMPLEX

      Gene
    70. VANDEWETERING M; CASTROP J; KORINEK V; CLEVERS H
      EXTENSIVE ALTERNATIVE SPLICING AND DUAL PROMOTER USAGE GENERATE TCF-1PROTEIN ISOFORMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL TRANSCRIPTION CONTROL PROPERTIES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    71. MOLENAAR M; VANDEWETERING M; OOSTERWEGEL M; PETERSONMADURO J; GODSAVE S; KORINEK V; ROOSE J; DESTREE O; CLEVERS H
      XTCF-3 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MEDIATES BETA-CATENIN-INDUCED AXIS FORMATION IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Cell
    72. SCHILHAM MW; OOSTERWEGEL MA; MOERER P; YA J; DEBOER PAJ; VANDEWETERING M; VERBEEK S; LAMERS WH; KRUISBEEK AM; CUMANO A; CLEVERS H
      DEFECTS IN CARDIAC OUTFLOW TRACT FORMATION AND PRO-B-LYMPHOCYTE EXPANSION IN MICE LACKING SOX-4

      Nature
    73. SANTOS M; SCHILHAM MW; RADEMAKERS LHPM; MARX JJM; DESOUSA M; CLEVERS H
      DEFECTIVE IRON HOMEOSTASIS IN BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN KNOCKOUT MICE RECAPITULATES HEREDITARY HEMOCHROMATOSIS IN MAN

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    74. OHTEKI T; WILSON A; VERBEEK S; MACDONALD HR; CLEVERS H
      SELECTIVELY IMPAIRED DEVELOPMENT OF INTESTINAL T-CELL RECEPTOR GAMMA-DELTA(-CELL RECEPTOR ALPHA-BETA(+) CELLS IN T-CELL FACTOR-1-DEFICIENT MICE() CELLS AND LIVER CD4(+) NK1(+) T)

      European Journal of Immunology
    75. SCHILHAM MW; OOSTERWEGEL M; MOERER P; CLEVERS H
      GERMLINE INACTIVATION OF THE MURINE SOX-4 GENE CAUSES IMPAIRED T-CELLDEVELOPMENT

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    76. CASTROP J; VERBEEK S; HOFHUIS F; CLEVERS H
      CIRCUMVENTION OF TOLERANCE FOR THE NUCLEAR T-CELL PROTEIN TCF-1 BY IMMUNIZATION OF TCF-1 KNOCK-OUT MICE

      Immunobiology
    77. MAYER K; WOLFF E; CLEVERS H; BALLHAUSEN WG
      THE HUMAN HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP (HMG)-BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TCF-1 - NOVEL ISOFORMS DUE TO ALTERNATIVE SPLICING AND USAGE OF A NEW EXON IXA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    78. VERBEEK S; IZON D; HOFHUIS F; ROBANUSMAANDAG E; TERIELE H; VANDEWETERING M; OOSTERWEGEL M; WILSON A; MACDONALD HR; CLEVERS H
      AN HMG-BOX-CONTAINING T-CELL FACTOR REQUIRED FOR THYMOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Nature
    79. TOYE P; WIJNGAARD P; MACHUGH N; CLEVERS H
      AN ASSAY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ANTIGENS RECOGNIZED BY CYTOTOXIC T-CELLS, BASED ON TRANSIENT TRANSFECTION OF COS CELLS

      Journal of immunological methods
    80. VANHOUTE LPA; CHUPRINA VP; VANDERWETERING M; BOELENS R; KAPTEIN R; CLEVERS H
      SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC HMG BOX OF THE LYMPHOCYTETRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR SOX-4

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. CASTROP J; VANWICHEN D; KOOMANSBITTER M; VANDEWETERING M; DEWEGER R; VANDONGEN J; CLEVERS H
      THE HUMAN TCF-1 GENE ENCODES A NUCLEAR DNA-BINDING PROTEIN UNIQUELY EXPRESSED IN NORMAL AND NEOPLASTIC T-LINEAGE LYMPHOCYTES

      Blood
    82. FOURNIER B; SAUDUBRAY JM; BENICHOU B; LYONNET S; MUNNICH A; CLEVERS H; POLLTHE BT
      LARGE DELETION OF THE PEROXISOMAL ACYL-COA OXIDASE GENE IN PSEUDONEONATAL ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    83. OOSTERWEGEL M; VANDEWETERING M; TIMMERMAN J; KRUISBEEK A; DESTREE O; MEIJLINK F; CLEVERS H
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE HMG BOX FACTORS TCF-1 AND LEF-1 DURINGMURINE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development
    84. VANDEWETERING M; CLEVERS H
      SOX-15, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE MURINE SOX FAMILY OF HMG BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Nucleic acids research
    85. LAUDET V; STEHELIN D; CLEVERS H
      ANCESTRY AND DIVERSITY OF THE HMG BOX SUPERFAMILY

      Nucleic acids research
    86. VANDEWETERING M; OOSTERWEGEL M; VANNORREN K; CLEVERS H
      SOX-4, AN SRY-LIKE HMG BOX PROTEIN, IS A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR INLYMPHOCYTES

      EMBO journal
    87. OOSTERWEGEL M; VANDEWETERING M; CLEVERS H
      HMG BOX PROTEINS IN EARLY T-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      Thymus
    88. DELAU WBM; KUIPERS J; VOSHOL H; CLEVERS H; BAST BJEG
      HB4 ANTIBODY RECOGNIZES A CARBOHYDRATE STRUCTURE ON LYMPHOCYTE SURFACE-PROTEINS RELATED TO HB6, CDW75, AND CD76 ANTIGENS

      The Journal of immunology
    89. DOOIJES D; VANDEWETERING M; KNIPPELS L; CLEVERS H
      THE SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE MATING-TYPE GENE MAT-MC ENCODES A SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP BOX PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. VANHOUTE L; VANOERS A; VANDEWETERING M; DOOIJES D; KAPTEIN R; CLEVERS H
      THE SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP-1 BOX OF TCF-1 ADOPTS A PREDOMINANTLY ALPHA-HELICAL CONFORMATION IN SOLUTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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