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    1. Shoeman, RL; Huttermann, C; Hartig, R; Traub, P
      Amino-terminal polypeptides of vimentin are responsible for the changes innuclear architecture associated with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 protease activity in tissue culture cells

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    2. Tolstonog, GV; Shoeman, RL; Traub, U; Traub, P
      Role of the intermediate filament protein vimentin in delaying senescence and in the spontaneous immortalization of mouse embryo fibroblasts

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Tolstonog, GV; Mothes, E; Shoeman, RL; Traub, P
      Isolation of SDS-stable complexes of the intermediate filament protein vimentin with repetitive, mobile, nuclear matrix attachment region, and mitochondrial DNA sequence elements from cultured mouse and human fibroblasts

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    4. Pohl, BS; Knochel, W
      Overexpression of the transcriptional repressor FoxD3 prevents neural crest formation in Xenopus embryos

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Okamoto, HM; Nakayama, I; Nagoya, H; Araki, K
      Predicted protein structure of medaka FoxA3 and its expression in polster

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    6. El-Hodiri, H; Bhatia-Dey, N; Kenyon, K; Ault, K; Dirksen, M; Jamrich, M
      Fox (forkhead) genes are involved in the dorso-ventral patterning of the Xenopus mesoderm

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    7. Liebermann, H; Lotz, K; Mentel, R; Bauer, U; Seidel, W
      Mapping of linear epitopes on fibre knob of human adenovirus serotype 5

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    8. Schubert, LA; Jeffrey, E; Zhang, Y; Ramsdell, F; Ziegler, SF
      Scurfin (FOXP3) acts as a repressor of transcription and regulates T cell activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Clark, PL; King, J
      A newly synthesized, ribosome-bound polypeptide chain adopts conformationsdissimilar from early in vitro refolding intermediates

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Sullivan, SA; Akers, L; Moody, SA
      foxD5a, a Xenopus winged helix gene, maintains an immature neural ectodermvia transcriptional repression that is dependent on the C-terminal domain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Irvine, AD; Rugg, EL; Lane, EB; Hoare, S; Peret, C; Hughes, AE; Heagerty, AH
      Molecular confirmation of the unique phenotype of epidermolysis bullosa simplex with mottled pigmentation

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY
    12. Wang, Q; Tolstonog, GV; Shoeman, R; Traub, P
      Sites of nucleic acid binding in type I-IV intermediate filament subunit proteins

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Lowrie, DJ; Stickney, JT; Ip, W
      Properties of the nonhelical end domains of vimentin suggest a role in maintaining intermediate filament network structure

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    14. Stenson, C; McNair, A; Byrnes, L; Murphy, M; Smith, T; Gannon, F
      Atlantic salmon HNF-3/forkhead: cDNA sequence, evolution, expression, and functional analysis

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    15. McClintock, KA; Shaw, GS
      A logical sequence search for S100B target proteins

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    16. Koster, M; Dillinger, K; Knochel, W
      Activin A signaling directly activates Xenopus winged helix factors XFD-4/4', the orthologues to mammalian MFH-1

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    17. Strodicke, M; Karberg, S; Korge, G
      Domina (Dom), a new Drosophila member of the FKH/WH gene family, affects morphogenesis and is a suppressor of position-effect variegation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    18. Ribotta, MGY; Langa, F; Menet, V; Privat, A
      Comparative anatomy of the cerebellar cortex in mice lacking vimentin, GFAP, and both vimentin and GFAP

      GLIA
    19. Schuler, B; Furst, F; Osterroth, F; Steinbacher, S; Huber, R; Seckler, R
      Plasticity and steric strain in a parallel beta-helix: Rational mutations in the p22 tailspike protein

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    20. Garbuglia, M; Verzini, M; Hofmann, A; Huber, R; Donato, R
      S100A1 and S100B interactions with annexins

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    21. Asch, WS; Schechter, N
      Plasticin, a type III neuronal intermediate filament protein, assembles asan obligate heteropolymer: Implications for axonal flexibility

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    22. Nakamura, Y; Hashimoto, R; Kashiwagi, Y; Aimoto, S; Fukusho, E; Matsumoto, N; Kudo, T; Takeda, M
      Major phosphorylation site (Ser(55)) of neurofilament L by cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase in rat primary neuronal culture

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    23. Sugimura, I; Adachi-Yamada, T; Nishi, Y; Nishida, Y
      A Drosophila Winged-helix nude (Whn)-like transcription factor with essential functions throughout development

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    24. Capen, CM; Teschke, CM
      Folding defects caused by single amino acid substitutions in a subunit arenot alleviated by assembly

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    25. Ohtakara, K; Inada, H; Goto, H; Taki, W; Manser, E; Lim, L; Izawa, I; Inagaki, M
      p21-activated kinase PAK phosphorylates desmin at sites different from those for Rho-assooiated kinase

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    26. Herrmann, H; Aebi, U
      Intermediate filament assembly: temperature sensitivity and polymorphism

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    27. Betts, S; King, J
      There's a right way and a wrong way: in vivo and in vitro folding, misfolding and subunit assembly of the P22 tailspike

      STRUCTURE WITH FOLDING & DESIGN
    28. Solter, M; Koster, M; Hollemann, T; Brey, A; Pieler, T; Knochel, W
      Characterization of a subfamily of related winged helix genes, XFD-12/ 12 '/12 '' (XFLIP), during Xenopus embryogenesis

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    29. Rausa, FM; Galarneau, L; Belanger, L; Costa, RH
      The nuclear receptor fetoprotein transcription factor is coexpressed with its target gene HNF-3 beta in the developing murine liver intestine and pancreas

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    30. Yu, Y; Yussa, M; Song, JB; Hirsch, J; Pick, L
      A Double Interaction Screen identifies positive and negative ftz gene regulators and Ftz-interacting proteins

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    31. Gomez-Skarmeta, JL; de la Calle-Mustienes, E; Modolell, J; Mayor, R
      Xenopus brain factor-2 controls mesoderm, forebrain and neural crest development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    32. Hromas, R; Ye, HG; Spinella, M; Dmitrovsky, E; Xu, DW; Costa, RH
      Genesis, a Winged Helix transcriptional repressor, has embryonic expression limited to the neural crest, and stimulates proliferation in vitro in a neural development model

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    33. Ye, HG; Holterman, AX; Yoo, KW; Franks, RR; Costa, RH
      Premature expression of the winged helix transcription factor HFH-11B in regenerating mouse liver accelerates hepatocyte entry into S phase

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Sanhai, WR; Eckert, BS; Yeagle, PL
      Altering the state of phosphorylation of rat liver keratin intermediate filaments by ethanol treatment in vivo changes their structure

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    35. Caron, A; Chapon, F
      Desmin phosphorylation abnormalities in cytoplasmic body and desmin-related myopathies

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    36. Garbuglia, M; Verzini, M; Sorci, G; Bianchi, R; Giambanco, I; Agneletti, AL; Donato, R
      The calcium-modulated proteins, S100A1 and S100B, as potential regulators of the dynamics of type III intermediate filaments

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    37. Ching, GY; Liem, RKH
      Analysis of the roles of the head domains of type IV rat neuronal intermediate filament proteins in filament assembly using domain-swapped chimeric proteins

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    38. Schuler, B; Rachel, R; Seckler, R
      Formation of fibrous aggregates from a non-native intermediate: The isolated P22 tailspike beta-helix domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    39. Cederberg, A; Hulander, M; Carlsson, P; Enerback, S
      The kidney-expressed winged helix transcription factor FREAC-4 is regulated by Ets-1 - A possible role in kidney development

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    40. Usui, T; Marriott, G; Inagaki, M; Swarup, G; Osada, H
      Protein phosphatase 2A inhibitors, phoslactomycins. Effects on the cytoskeleton in NIH/3T3 cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    41. Burda, MR; Miller, S
      Folding of coliphage T4 short tail fiber in vitro - Analysing the role of a bacteriophage-encoded chaperone

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    42. Shoeman, RL; Hartig, R; Traub, P
      Characterization of the nucleic acid binding region of the intermediate filament protein vimentin by fluorescence polarization

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    43. Garbuglia, M; Verzini, M; Rustandi, RR; Osterloh, D; Weber, DJ; Gerke, V; Donato, R
      Role of the C-terminal extension in the interaction of S100A1 with GFAP, tubulin, the S100A1- and S100B-inhibitory peptide, TRTK-12, and a peptide derived from p53, and the S100A1 inhibitory effect on GFAP polymerization

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. Yuan, J; Huiatt, TW; Liao, CX; Robson, RM; Graves, DJ
      The effects of mono-ADP-ribosylation on desmin assembly-disassembly - Determination of the chemical features of bound ADP-ribose that prevent desmin filament formation

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    45. SECKLER R
      FOLDING AND FUNCTION OF REPETITIVE STRUCTURE IN THE HOMOTRIMERIC PHAGE-P22 TAILSPIKE PROTEIN

      Journal of structural biology (Print)
    46. ODENTHAL J; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      FORK HEAD DOMAIN GENES IN ZEBRAFISH

      Development, genes and evolution
    47. ANDERSON MJ; VIARS CS; CZEKAY S; CAVENEE WK; ARDEN KC
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 3 HUMAN FORKHEAD GENES THAT COMPRISE AN FKHR-LIKE GENE SUBFAMILY

      Genomics
    48. XU D; YODER M; SUTTON J; HROMAS R
      FORCED EXPRESSION OF GENESIS, A WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR ISOLATED FROM EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS, BLOCKS GRANULOCYTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF 32D MYELOID CELLS

      Leukemia
    49. JUNG C; YABE J; WANG FS; SHEA TB
      NEUROFILAMENT SUBUNITS CAN UNDERGO AXONAL-TRANSPORT WITHOUT INCORPORATION INTO TRITON-INSOLUBLE STRUCTURES

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    50. DASILVA L; KIRKEN RA; TAUB DD; EVANS GA; DUHE RJ; BAILEY MA; FARRAR WL
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF FKHRL1P2, A MEMBER OF THE DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED FORK HEAD DOMAIN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR FAMILY

      Gene
    51. Sorci, G; Agneletti, AL; Bianchi, R; Donato, R
      Association of S100B with intermediate filaments and microtubules in glialcells

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    52. ANGELASTRO JM; HO CL; FRAPPIER T; LIEM RKH; GREENE LA
      PERIPHERIN IS TYROSINE-PHOSPHORYLATED AT ITS CARBOXYL-TERMINAL TYROSINE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    53. CHING GY; LIEM RKH
      ROLES OF HEAD AND TAIL DOMAINS IN ALPHA-INTERNEXINS SELF-ASSEMBLY ANDCOASSEMBLY WITH THE NEUROFILAMENT TRIPLET PROTEINS

      Journal of Cell Science
    54. MANDINOVA A; ATAR D; SCHAFER BW; SPIESS M; AEBI U; HEIZMANN CW
      DISTINCT SUBCELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF CALCIUM-BINDING S100 PROTEINS INHUMAN SMOOTH-MUSCLE CELLS AND THEIR RELOCATION IN RESPONSE TO RISES IN INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM

      Journal of Cell Science
    55. CLEMENT S; VELASCO PT; MURTHY SNP; WILSON JH; LUKAS TJ; GOLDMAN RD; LORAND L
      THE INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT PROTEIN, VIMENTIN, IN THE LENS IS A TARGET FOR CROSS-LINKING BY TRANSGLUTAMINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. CLEVERLEY KE; BETTS JC; BLACKSTOCK WP; GALLO JM; ANDERTON BH
      IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL IN-VITRO PKA PHOSPHORYLATION SITES ON THE LOWAND MIDDLE MOLECULAR-MASS NEUROFILAMENT SUBUNITS BY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Biochemistry
    57. Inada, H; Goto, H; Tanabe, K; Nishi, Y; Kaibuchi, K; Inagaki, M
      Rho-associated kinase phosphorylates desmin, the myogenic intermediate filament protein, at unique amino-terminal sites

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    58. MEARS AJ; JORDAN T; MIRZAYANS F; DUBOIS S; KUME P; PARLEE M; RITCH R; KOOP B; KUO WL; COLLINS C; MARSHALL J; GOULD DB; PEARCE W; CARLSSON P; ENERBACK S; MORISSETTE J; BHATTACHARYA S; HOGAN B; RAYMOND V; WALTER MA
      MUTATIONS OF THE FORKHEAD WINGED-HELIX GENE, FKHL7, IN PATIENTS WITH AXENFELD-RIEGER ANOMALY/

      American journal of human genetics
    59. PETERSON RS; LIM L; YE HG; ZHOU HP; OVERDIER DG; COSTA RH
      THE WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR HFH-8 IS EXPRESSED IN THE MESODERM OF THE PRIMITIVE STREAK STAGE OF MOUSE EMBRYOS AND ITS CELLULAR DERIVATIVES

      Mechanisms of development
    60. GEORGIAS C; WASSER M; HINZ U
      A BASIC-HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEIN EXPRESSED IN PRECURSORS OF DROSOPHILA LONGITUDINAL VISCERAL MUSCLES

      Mechanisms of development
    61. ERNSTSSON S; BETZ R; LAGERCRANTZ S; LARSSON C; ERICKSSON S; CEDERBERG A; CARLSSON P; ENERBACK S
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FREAC-9 (FKHL17), A NOVEL KIDNEY-EXPRESSED HUMAN FORKHEAD GENE THAT MAPS TO CHROMOSOME 1P32-P34

      Genomics
    62. CHADWICK BP; OBERMAYR F; FRISCHAUF AM
      FKHL15, A NEW HUMAN MEMBER OF THE FORKHEAD GENE FAMILY LOCATED ON CHROMOSOME 9Q22

      Genomics
    63. CHOONG PFM; RYDHOLM A; MERTENS F; MANDAHL N
      MUSCULOSKELETAL ONCOLOGY - ADVANCES IN CYTOGENETICS AND MOLECULAR-GENETICS AND THEIR CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Acta oncologica
    64. HOFMANN I; FRANKE WW
      HETEROTYPIC INTERACTIONS AND FILAMENT ASSEMBLY OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-II CYTOKERATINS IN-VITRO - VISCOMETRY AND DETERMINATIONS OF RELATIVE AFFINITIES

      European journal of cell biology
    65. LIM L; ZHOU HP; COSTA RH
      THE WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR HFH-4 IS EXPRESSED DURING CHOROID-PLEXUS EPITHELIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. NAKANO S; ENGEL AG; AKIGUCHI I; KIMURA J
      MYOFIBRILLAR MYOPATHY .3. ABNORMAL EXPRESSION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASES AND NUCLEAR PROTEINS

      Journal of neuropathology and experimental neurology
    67. HARTIG R; HUANG YP; JANETZKO A; SHOEMAN R; GRUB S; TRAUB P
      BINDING OF FLUORESCENCE-LABELED AND GOLD-LABELED OLIGODEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDES TO CYTOPLASMIC INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS IN EPITHELIAL AND FIBROBLAST CELLS

      Experimental cell research
    68. SHIMELD SM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AMPHIOXUS HNF-3 GENES - CONSERVED EXPRESSION IN THE NOTOCHORD AND FLOOR PLATE

      Developmental biology
    69. SCHRODER N; DEMATTOSDUTRA A; DEFREITAS MS; LISBOA CSF; ZILLES AC; PESSOAPUREUR R; IZQUIERDO I
      THE EFFECTS OF BEHAVIORAL TASKS ON THE IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT SUBUNITS OF RAT HIPPOCAMPUS ARE MEDIATED BY CAMKIIAND PKA

      Brain research
    70. TAKAI Y; INAGAKI N; TSUTSUMI O; INAGAKI M
      VISUALIZATION AND REGULATION OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT KINASE-ACTIVITIES

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    71. ECKERT BS; YEAGLE PL
      SITE-SPECIFICITY OF ETHANOL-INDUCED DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF RAT HEPATOCYTE KERATIN-8 AND KERATIN-18 - A P-31 NMR-STUDY

      Cell motility and the cytoskeleton
    72. POHLMANN R; PHILIPPSEN P
      SEQUENCING A COSMID CLONE OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOME-XIV REVEALS 12 NEW OPEN READING FRAMES (ORFS) AND AN ANCIENT DUPLICATION OF 6 ORFS

      Yeast
    73. INAGAKI M; MATSUOKA Y; TSUJIMURA K; ANDO S; TOKUI T; TAKAHASHI T; INAGAKI N
      DYNAMIC PROPERTY OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS - REGULATION BY PHOSPHORYLATION

      BioEssays
    74. KLYMKOWSKY MW
      INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS AS DYNAMIC STRUCTURES

      Cancer metastasis reviews
    75. HO DT; ROBERGE M
      THE ANTITUMOR DRUG FOSTRIECIN INDUCES VIMENTIN HYPERPHOSPHORYLATION AND INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT REORGANIZATION

      Carcinogenesis
    76. SCHUDDEKOPF K; SCHORPP M; BOEHM T
      THE WHN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR ENCODED BY THE NUDE LOCUS CONTAINS AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED AND FUNCTIONALLY INDISPENSABLE ACTIVATION DOMAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. GIBB BJM; ROBERTSON J; MILLER CCJ
      ASSEMBLY PROPERTIES OF NEUROFILAMENT LIGHT-CHAIN SER(55) MUTANTS IN TRANSFECTED MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    78. CHOU YH; OPAL P; QUINLAN RA; GOLDMAN RD
      THE RELATIVE ROLES OF SPECIFIC N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL PHOSPHORYLATION SITES IN THE DISASSEMBLY OF INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT IN MITOTIC BHK-21-CELLS

      Journal of Cell Science
    79. HERRMANN H; MUNICK MD; BRETTEL M; FOUQUET B; MARKL J
      VIMENTIN IN A COLD-WATER FISH, THE RAINBOW-TROUT - HIGHLY CONSERVED PRIMARY STRUCTURE BUT UNIQUE ASSEMBLY PROPERTIES

      Journal of Cell Science
    80. GOULIELMOS G; REMINGTON S; SCHWESINGER F; GEORGATOS SD; GOUNARI F
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STRUCTURAL DOMAINS OF FILENSIN IN POLYMER FORMATION AND FILAMENT DISTRIBUTION

      Journal of Cell Science
    81. HELLQVIST M; MAHLAPUU M; SAMUELSSON L; ENERBACK S; CARLSSON P
      DIFFERENTIAL ACTIVATION OF LUNG-SPECIFIC GENES BY 2 FORKHEAD PROTEINS, FREAC-1 AND FREAC-2

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    82. SUTTON J; COSTA R; KLUG M; FIELD L; XU DW; LARGAESPADA DA; FLETCHER CF; JENKINS NA; COPELAND NG; KLEMSZ M; HROMAS R
      GENESIS, A WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR WITH EXPRESSION RESTRICTED TO EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. ERNSTSSON S; PIERROU S; HULANDER M; CEDERBERG A; HELLQVIST M; CARLSSON P; ENERBACK S
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HUMAN FORKHEAD GENE FREAC-4 - EVIDENCE FOR REGULATION BY WILMS-TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE (WT-1) AND P53

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. HEIMBURG T; SCHUENEMANN J; WEBER K; GEISLER N
      SPECIFIC RECOGNITION OF COILED COILS BY INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY - ANALYSIS OF THE 3 STRUCTURAL DOMAINS OF TYPE-III INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT PROTEINS

      Biochemistry
    85. STREIFEL TD; AVALOS RT; COHLBERG JA
      CAMP-DEPENDENT PHOSPHORYLATION OF NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS NF-L AND NF-M INHIBITS THEIR COASSEMBLY INTO FILAMENTS IN-VITRO

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    86. ANDO S; TOKUI T; YANO T; INAGAKI M
      KERATIN-8 PHOSPHORYLATION IN-VITRO BY CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE OCCURS WITHIN THE AMINO-TERMINAL AND CARBOXYL-TERMINAL END DOMAINS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    87. SATO K; DILAURO R
      HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR 3-BETA PARTICIPATES IN THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF THE THYROPEROXIDASE PROMOTER

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    88. ZHOU H; HUIATT TW; ROBSON RM; SERNETT SW; GRAVES DJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ADP-RIBOSYLATION SITES ON DESMIN AND RESTORATION OF DESMIN INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT ASSEMBLY BY DE-ADP-RIBOSYLATION

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    89. PHILLIPS JC; DELBONO EA; HAINES JL; PRALEA AM; COHEN JS; GREFF LJ; WIGGS JL
      A 2ND LOCUS FOR RIEGER SYNDROME MAPS TO CHROMOSOME 13Q14

      American journal of human genetics
    90. SAMADANI U; PORCELLA A; PANI L; JOHNSON PF; BURCH JBE; PINE R; COSTA RH
      CYTOKINE REGULATION OF THE LIVER TRANSCRIPT FACTOR HEPATOCYTE NUCLEARFACTOR-3-BETA IS MEDIATED BY THE C EBP FAMILY AND INTERFERON REGULATORY FACTOR-1/

      Cell growth & differentiation
    91. HROMAS R; COSTA R
      THE HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR-III FORKHEAD TRANSCRIPTION REGULATORY FAMILY IN DEVELOPMENT, INFLAMMATION, AND NEOPLASIA

      Critical reviews in oncology/hematology
    92. DAVIS RJ; BENNICELLI JL; MACINA RA; NYCUM LM; BIEGEL JA; BARR FG
      STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FKHR GENE AND ITS REARRANGEMENT INALVEOLAR RHABDOMYOSARCOMA

      Human molecular genetics
    93. SUBLETT JE; JEON IS; SHAPIRO DN
      THE ALVEOLAR RHABDOMYOSARCOMA PAX3 FKHR FUSION PROTEIN IS A TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR/

      Oncogene
    94. SCHEUCHER M; DEGE P; LEF J; HILLE S; KNOCHEL W
      TRANSCRIPTION PATTERNS OF 4 DIFFERENT FORK HEAD HNF-3 RELATED GENES (XFD-4, XFD-6, XFD-9 AND XFD-10) IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    95. LARSSON C; HELLQVIST M; PIERROU S; WHITE I; ENERBACK S; CARLSSON P
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION OF 6 HUMAN FORKHEAD GENES, FREAC-1(FKHL5), FREAC-3(FKHL7), FREAC-4(FKHL8), FREAC-5(FKHL9), FREAC-6(FKHL10), AND FREAC-8(FKHL12)

      Genomics
    96. PANT HC; VEERANNA
      NEUROFILAMENT PHOSPHORYLATION

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    97. SHEA TB
      DIFFERENTIAL SYNTHESIS AND CYTOSKELETAL DEPOSITION OF NEUROFILAMENT SUBUNITS BEFORE AND DURING AXONAL OUTGROWTH IN NB2A D1 CELLS - EVIDENCETHAT SEGREGATION OF PHOSPHORYLATED SUBUNITS WITHIN THE AXONAL CYTOSKELETON INVOLVES SELECTIVE DEPOSITION/

      Journal of neuroscience research
    98. QIAN XB; COSTA RH
      ANALYSIS OF HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR-3-BETA PROTEIN DOMAINS REQUIREDFOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION AND NUCLEAR TARGETING

      Nucleic acids research
    99. QIAN XB; SAMADANI U; PORCELLA A; COSTA RH
      DECREASED EXPRESSION OF HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR 3-ALPHA DURING THE ACUTE-PHASE RESPONSE INFLUENCES TRANSTHYRETIN GENE-TRANSCRIPTION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    100. FREDERICKS WJ; GALILI N; MUKHOPADHYAY S; ROVERA G; BENNICELLI J; BARR FG; RAUSCHER FJ
      THE PAX3-FKHR FUSION PROTEIN CREATED BY THE T(2 13) TRANSLOCATION IN ALVEOLAR RHABDOMYOSARCOMAS IS A MORE POTENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR THAN PAX3/

      Molecular and cellular biology


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