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    1. Sakamoto, R; Okano, M; Takena, H; Ohtsuki, K
      Inhibitory effect of glycyrrhizin on the phosphorylation and DNA-binding abilities of high mobility group proteins 1 and 2 in vitro

      BIOLOGICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    2. Kar, S; Adhya, S
      Recruitment of HU by piggyback: a special role of GalR in repressosome assembly

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Kolodrubetz, D; Kruppa, M; Burgum, A
      Gene dosage affects the expression of the duplicated NHP6 genes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      GENE
    4. Sparatore, B; Patrone, M; Passalacqua, M; Pedrazzi, M; Gaggero, D; Pontremoli, S; Melloni, E
      Extracellular processing of amphoterin generates a peptide active on erythroleukaemia cell differentiation

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    5. Borrmann, L; Kim, I; Schultheiss, D; Rogalla, P; Bullerdiek, J
      Regulation of the expression of HMG1, a co-activator of the estrogen receptor

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    6. Kamitani, W; Shoya, Y; Kobayashi, T; Watanabe, M; Lee, BJ; Zhang, GQ; Tomonaga, K; Ikuta, K
      Borna disease virus phosphoprotein binds a neurite outgrowth factor, amphoterin/HMG-1

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    7. Linke, AT; Marchant, B; Marsh, P; Frampton, G; Murphy, J; Rose, ML
      Screening of a HUVEC cDNA library with transplant-associated coronary artery disease sera identifies RPL7 as a candidate autoantigen associated with this disease

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Muller, S; Bianchi, ME; Knapp, S
      Thermodynamics of HMGB1 interaction with duplex DNA

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Kruppa, M; Kolodrubetz, D
      Mutations in the yeast Nhp6 protein can differentially affect its in vivo functions

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Kwon, J; Morshead, KB; Guyon, JR; Kingston, RE; Oettinger, MA
      Histone acetylation and hSWI/SNF remodeling act in concert to stimulate V(D)J cleavage of nucleosomal DNA

      MOLECULAR CELL
    11. Yoshida, T; Tsuboi, A; Ishiguro, K; Nagawa, F; Sakano, H
      The DNA-bending protein, HMG1, is required for correct cleavage of 23 bp recombination signal sequences by recombination activating gene proteins in vitro

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Ma, W; Ozaki, S; Sobajima, J; Uesugi, H; Murakami, M; Tanaka, M; Kozuki, M; Hashimoto, H; Fujita, Y; Kawabata, D; Osakada, F; Shirakawa, H; Yoshida, M; Hayami, M; Nakao, K
      Detection of anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in MRL/Mp-lpr/lpr miceand analysis of their target antigens

      AUTOIMMUNITY
    13. Rouhiainen, A; Imai, S; Rauvala, H; Parkkinen, J
      Occurrence of amphoterin (HMG1) as an endogenous protein of human platelets that is exported to the cell surface upon platelet activation

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    14. Roux-Rouquie, M; Marilley, M
      Modeling of DNA local parameters predicts encrypted architectural motifs in Xenopus laevis ribosomal gene promoter

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    15. Lum, HK; Lee, KLD; Yu, G
      The chicken genome contains no HMG1 retropseudogenes but a functional HMG1gene with long introns

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    16. Mueser, TC; Jones, CE; Nossal, NG; Hyde, CC
      Bacteriophage T4 gene 59 helicase assembly protein binds replication fork DNA. The 1.45 angstrom resolution crystal structure reveals a novel alpha-helical two-domain fold

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Everett, AD; Lobe, DR; Matsumura, ME; Nakamura, H; McNamara, CA
      Hepatoma-derived growth factor stimulates smooth muscle cell growth and isexpressed in vascular development

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    18. Fages, C; Nolo, R; Huttunen, HJ; Eskelinen, EL; Rauvala, H
      Regulation of cell migration by amphoterin

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    19. Stros, M; Muselikova, E
      A role of basic residues and the putative intercalating phenylalanine of the HMG-1 box B in DNA supercoiling and binding to four-way DNA junctions

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Stros, M; Cherny, D; Jovin, TM
      HMG1 protein stimulates DNA end joining by promoting association of DNA molecules via their ends

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Hasegawa, T; Ishida, M; Harigaya, T; Sato, F; Ishida, N; Mukoyama, H
      Linear SRY transcript in equine testis

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    22. Krech, AB; Wurz, A; Stemmer, C; Feix, G; Grasser, KD
      Structure of genes encoding chromosomal HMG1 proteins from maize

      GENE
    23. Saito, K; Kikuchi, T; Yoshida, M
      The mechanism of sequence non-specific DNA binding of HMG1/2-box B in HMG1with DNA

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    24. Ranatunga, W; Lebowitz, J; Axe, B; Pavlik, P; Kar, SR; Scovell, WM
      Reexamination of the high mobility group-1 protein for self-association and characterization of hydrodynamic properties

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    25. Stemmer, C; Grimm, R; Grasser, KD
      Occurrence of five different chromosomal HMG1 proteins in various maize tissues

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    26. Wang, HC; Bloom, O; Zhang, MH; Vishnubhakat, JM; Ombrellino, M; Che, JT; Frazier, A; Yang, H; Ivanova, S; Borovikova, L; Manogue, KR; Faist, E; Abraham, E; Andersson, J; Andersson, U; Molina, PE; Abumrad, NN; Sama, A; Tracey, KJ
      HMG-1 as a late mediator of endotoxin lethality in mice

      SCIENCE
    27. Jelesko, JG; Jenkins, SM; Rodriguez-Concepcion, M; Gruissem, W
      Regulation of tomato HMG1 during cell proliferation and growth

      PLANTA
    28. Webb, M; Thomas, JO
      Structure-specific binding of the two tandem HMG boxes of HMG1 to four-wayjunction DNA is mediated by the A domain

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Sutrias-Grau, M; Bianchi, ME; Bernues, J
      High mobility group protein 1 interacts specifically with the core domain of human TATA box-binding protein and interferes with transcription factor IIB within the pre-initiation complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Wisniewski, JR; Szewczuk, Z; Petry, I; Schwanbeck, R; Renner, U
      Constitutive phosphorylation of the acidic tails of the high mobility group 1 proteins by casein kinase II alters their conformation, stability, and DNA binding specificity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Saito, K; Kikuchi, T; Shirakawa, H; Yoshida, M
      The stabilized structural array of two HMG1/2-boxes endowed by a linker sequence between them is requisite for the effective binding of HMG1 with DNA

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. Yamamura, J; Takada, Y; Goto, M; Kumegawa, M; Aoe, S
      High mobility group-like protein in bovine milk stimulates the proliferation of osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    33. VACCARI T; BELTRAME M; FERRARI S; BIANCHI ME
      HMG4, A NEW MEMBER OF THE HMG1 2 GENE FAMILY

      Genomics
    34. Ridsdale, RA; Semotok, JL; Larson, DE; Rothblum, LI; Harauz, G
      Topology of recombinant rat upstream binding factor

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    35. UESUGI H; OZAKI S; SOBAJIMA J; OSAKADA F; SHIRAKAWA H; YOSHIDA M; NAKAO K
      PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL PANCA, ANTIBODIES TO THE HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP NONHISTONE CHROMOSOMAL-PROTEINS HMG1 AND KMG2 IN SYSTEMIC RHEUMATIC DISEASES

      Journal of rheumatology
    36. PASSALACQUA M; PATRONE M; PICOTTI GB; DELRIO M; SPARATORE B; MELLONI E; PONTREMOLI S
      STIMULATED ASTROCYTES RELEASE HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP-1 PROTEIN, AN INDUCER OF LAN-5 NEUROBLASTOMA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      Neuroscience
    37. Ivanchenko, M; Zacharieva, S; Yaneva, J; Zlatanova, J
      Linker histone binding to superhelical DNA: Electrophoretic and filter binding studies

      BIOCHIMIE
    38. PEREZMARTIN J; JOHNSON AD
      THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF SIN1 INTERACTS WITH THE SWI-SNF COMPLEX IN YEAST

      Molecular and cellular biology
    39. POHLER JRG; NORMAN DG; BRAMHAM J; BIANCHI ME; LILLEY DMJ
      HMG BOX PROTEINS BIND TO 4-WAY DNA JUNCTIONS IN THEIR OPEN CONFORMATION

      EMBO journal
    40. BOTTGER M; ZAITSEV SV; OTTO A; HABERLAND A; VOROBEV VI
      ACID NUCLEAR EXTRACTS AS MEDIATORS OF GENE-TRANSFER AND EXPRESSION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    41. ONEILL SD; ZHENG CC
      ABUNDANCE OF MESSENGER-RNAS ENCODING HMG1 HMG2 CLASS HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP DNA-BINDING PROTEINS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED IN COTYLEDONS OFPHARBITIS-NIL/

      Plant molecular biology
    42. YUMOTO Y; SHIRAKAWA H; YOSHIDA M; SUWA A; WATANABE F; TERAOKA H
      HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP PROTEIN-1 AND PROTEIN-2 CAN FUNCTION AS DNA-BINDING REGULATORY COMPONENTS FOR DNA-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE IN-VITRO

      Journal of Biochemistry
    43. GRASSER KD; TEO SH; LEE KB; BROADHURST RW; REES C; HARDMAN CH; THOMAS JO
      DNA-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE TANDEM HMG BOXES OF HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUPPROTEIN-1 (HMG1)

      European journal of biochemistry
    44. STROS M; REICH J
      FORMATION OF LARGE NUCLEOPROTEIN COMPLEXES UPON BINDING OF THE HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP (HMG) BOX-B DOMAIN OF HMG1 PROTEIN TO SUPERCOILED DNA

      European journal of biochemistry
    45. SOBAJIMA J; OZAKI S; UESUGI H; OSAKADA F; SHIRAKAWA H; YOSHIDA M; NAKAO K
      PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PERINUCLEAR ANTINEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODIES (P-ANCA) DIRECTED AGAINST HMG1 AND HMG2 IN ULCERATIVE-COLITIS (UC)

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    46. Bianchi, ME; Beltrame, M
      Flexing DNA: HMC-box proteins and their partners

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    47. ZAITSEV SV; HABERLAND A; OTTO A; VOROBEV VI; HALLER H; BOTTGER M
      H1 AND HMG17 EXTRACTED FROM CALF THYMUS NUCLEI ARE EFFICIENT DNA CARRIERS IN GENE-TRANSFER

      Gene therapy
    48. MOREIRA JCF; DALPIZZOL F; VONENDT D; BERNARD EA
      EFFECT OF RETINOL ON CHROMATIN STRUCTURE IN SERTOLI CELLS - 1,10-PHENANTHROLINE INHIBIT THE INCREASED DNASE-I SENSITIVITY INDUCED BY RETINOL

      Medical science research
    49. COSTELLO E; SAUDAN P; WINOCOUR E; PIZER L; BEARD P
      HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP CHROMOSOMAL PROTEIN-1 BINDS TO THE ADENOASSOCIATED VIRUS-REPLICATION PROTEIN (REP) AND PROMOTES REP-MEDIATED SITE-SPECIFIC CLEAVAGE OF DNA, ATPASE ACTIVITY AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION

      EMBO journal
    50. VANGENT DC; HIOM K; PAULL TT; GELLERT M
      STIMULATION OF V(D)J CLEAVAGE BY HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP PROTEINS

      EMBO journal
    51. ZAZOPOULOS E; LALLI E; STOCCO DM; SASSONECORSI P
      DNA-BINDING AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY DAX-1 BLOCKS STEROIDOGENESIS

      Nature
    52. YANEVA J; LEUBA SH; VANHOLDE K; ZLATANOVA J
      THE MAJOR CHROMATIN PROTEIN HISTONE H1 BINDS PREFERENTIALLY TO CIS-PLATINUM-DAMAGED DNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. SAWCHUK DJ; WEISGARCIA F; MALIK S; BESMER E; BUSTIN M; NUSSENZWEIG MC; CORTES P
      V(D)J RECOMBINATION - MODULATION OF RAG1 AND RAG2 CLEAVAGE ACTIVITY ON 12 23 SUBSTRATES BY WHOLE-CELL EXTRACT AND DNA-BENDING PROTEINS/

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    54. PASSALACQUA M; ZICCA A; SPARATORE B; PATRONE M; MELLONI E; PONTREMOLI S
      SECRETION AND BINDING OF HMG1 PROTEIN TO THE EXTERNAL SURFACE OF THE MEMBRANE ARE REQUIRED FOR MURINE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      FEBS letters
    55. YANAGISAWA S
      DOF DNA-BINDING DOMAINS OF PLANT TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS CONTRIBUTE TO MULTIPLE PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      European journal of biochemistry
    56. BERNERSPRICE SJ; CORAZZA A; GUO ZJ; BARNHAM KJ; SADLER PJ; OHYAMA Y; LENG M; LOCKER D
      STRUCTURAL TRANSITIONS OF A GG-PLATINATED DNA DUPLEX INDUCED BY PH, TEMPERATURE AND BOX-A OF HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP PROTEIN-1

      European journal of biochemistry
    57. WISNIEWSKI JR; HESSLER K; CLAUS P; ZECHEL K
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF MUTATIONS WITHIN THE HYDROPHOBIC CORES OF THE HMG1-BOX DOMAIN OF THE CHIRONOMUS HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP PROTEIN 1A

      European journal of biochemistry
    58. SOBAJIMA J; OZAKI S; OSAKADA F; UESUGI H; SHIRAKAWA H; YOSHIDA M; NAKAO K
      NOVEL AUTOANTIGENS OF PERINUCLEAR ANTINEUTROPHIL CYTOPLASMIC ANTIBODIES (P-ANCA) IN ULCERATIVE-COLITIS - NONHISTONE CHROMOSOMAL-PROTEINS, HMG1 AND HMG2

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    59. BELOTSERKOVSKII BP; JOHNSTON BH
      DENATURATION AND ASSOCIATION OF DNA-SEQUENCES BY CERTAIN POLYPROPYLENE SURFACES

      Analytical biochemistry
    60. BOULIKAS T
      THE NONUNIFORM REPAIR OF ACTIVE AND INACTIVE CHROMATIN DOMAINS (REVIEW)

      International journal of oncology
    61. BOULIKAS T
      A UNIFIED MODEL EXPLAINING THE PREFERENTIAL REPAIR OF ACTIVE OVER INACTIVE GENES AND OF THE TRANSCRIBED OVER THE NONTRANSCRIBED STRAND - A LEADING ROLE FOR TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND MATRIX ANCHORAGE (REVIEW)

      International journal of oncology
    62. NIGHTINGALE K; DIMITROV S; REEVES R; WOLFFE AP
      EVIDENCE FOR A SHARED STRUCTURAL ROLE FOR HMG1 AND LINKER HISTONES B4AND H1 IN ORGANIZING CHROMATIN

      EMBO journal
    63. URA K; NIGHTINGALE K; WOLFFE AP
      DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION OF HMG1 AND LINKER HISTONES B4 AND H1 WITH DINUCLEOSOMAL DNA - STRUCTURAL TRANSITIONS AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION

      EMBO journal
    64. BOULIKAS T
      DNA LESION-RECOGNIZING PROTEINS AND THE P53 CONNECTION

      Anticancer research
    65. WISNIEWSKI JR; GROSSBACH U
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF LINKER HISTONES AND HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP PROTEINS IN POLYTENE CHROMOSOMES

      The International journal of developmental biology
    66. BELOTSERKOVSKII BP; JOHNSTON BH
      POLYPROPYLENE TUBE SURFACES MAY INDUCE DENATURATION AND MULTIMERIZATION OF DNA

      Science
    67. QUINN J; FYRBERG AM; GANSTER RW; SCHMIDT MC; PETERSON CL
      DNA-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE YEAST SWI SNF COMPLEX/

      Nature
    68. GROVE A; GALEONE A; MAYOL L; GEIDUSCHEK EP
      LOCALIZED DNA FLEXIBILITY CONTRIBUTES TO TARGET SITE SELECTION BY DNA-BENDING PROTEINS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    69. SPARATORE B; MELLONI E; PATRONE M; PASSALACQUA M; PONTREMOLI S
      A 6 KDA PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO THE N-TERMINUS OF THE HMG1 PROTEIN PROMOTING STIMULATION OF MURINE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      FEBS letters
    70. YONA E; BANGIO H; FRIEDMAN Y; SHPUNGIN S; KATCOFF DJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A SHORT UNIQUE SEQUENCE IN THE YEAST HO GENE PROMOTER THAT REGULATES HO TRANSCRIPTION IN A SIN1 DEPENDENT MANNER

      FEBS letters
    71. TRAVERS AA
      READING THE MINOR-GROOVE

      Nature structural biology
    72. GROSSBACH U
      SELECTIVE DISTRIBUTION OF HISTONE H1 VARIANTS AND HIGH-MOBILITY GROUPPROTEINS IN CHROMOSOMES

      Seminars in cell biology
    73. BRAMHAM J; NORMAN DG
      HSRY - MOLECULAR GENDER BENDER

      Structure
    74. KANEDA Y; MORISHITA R; TOMITA N
      INCREASED EXPRESSION OF DNA COINTRODUCED WITH NUCLEAR-PROTEIN IN ADULT-RAT LIVER

      Journal of molecular medicine
    75. CABART P; KALOUSEK I; JANDOVA D; HRKAL Z
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF NUCLEAR HMG1, HMG2 PROTEINS AND H1(0) HISTONE IN VARIOUS BLOOD-CELLS

      Cell biochemistry and function
    76. DEGUERRA A; GUILLET F; CHARLEMAGNE J; FELLAH JS
      IDENTIFICATION OF CDNA CLONES ENCODING HMG-2, A MAJOR PROTEIN OF THE MEXICAN AXOLOTL HYDROCORTISONE-SENSITIVE THYMOCYTES

      Developmental and comparative immunology
    77. BIANCHI ME; LILLEY DMJ
      DNA PROTEIN INTERACTIONS - APPLYING A GENETIC CANTILEVER

      Nature
    78. BOUBRIK F; ROUVIEREYANIV J
      INCREASED SENSITIVITY TO GAMMA-IRRADIATION IN BACTERIA LACKING PROTEIN HU

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    79. YONA E; BANGIO H; ERLICH P; TEPPER SH; KATCOFF DJ
      THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF SIN1 IN YEAST INTERACTS WITH A PROTEIN THAT BINDS THE URS1 REGION OF THE YEAST HO GENE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    80. STEINMETZER K; ZANNISHADJOPOULOS M; PRICE GB
      ANTI-CRUCIFORM MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY AND CRUCIFORM DNA INTERACTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    81. MELLONI E; SPARATORE B; PATRONE M; PESSINO A; PASSALACQUA M; PONTREMOLI S
      EXTRACELLULAR RELEASE OF THE DIFFERENTIATION ENHANCING FACTOR, A HMG1PROTEIN TYPE, IS AN EARLY STEP IN MURINE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-DIFFERENTIATION

      FEBS letters
    82. TEO SH; GRASSER KD; THOMAS JO
      DIFFERENCES IN THE DNA-BINDING PROPERTIES OF THE HMG-BOX DOMAINS OF HMG1 AND THE SEX-DETERMINING FACTOR SRY

      European journal of biochemistry
    83. MELLONI E; SPARATORE B; PATRONE M; PESSINO A; PASSALACQUA M; PONTREMOLI S
      IDENTITY IN MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE BETWEEN DIFFERENTIATION ENHANCING FACTOR OF MURINE ERITHROLEUKEMIA CELLS AND THE 30 KD HEPARIN-BINDING PROTEIN OF DEVELOPING RAT-BRAIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    84. POSTNIKOV YV; LEHN DA; ROBINSON RC; FRIEDMAN FK; SHILOACH J; BUSTIN M
      THE COOPERATIVE BINDING OF CHROMOSOMAL PROTEIN HMG-14 TO NUCLEOSOME CORES IS REDUCED BY SINGLE-POINT MUTATIONS IN THE NUCLEOSOMAL BINDING DOMAIN

      Nucleic acids research
    85. PUTNAM CD; COPENHAVER GP; DENTON ML; PIKAARD CS
      THE RNA-POLYMERASE-I TRANSACTIVATOR UPSTREAM BINDING-FACTOR REQUIRES ITS DIMERIZATION DOMAIN AND HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP (HMG) BOX-1 TO BEND, WRAP, AND POSITIVELY SUPERCOIL ENHANCER DNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    86. VANHOLDE K; ZLATANOVA J
      UNUSUAL DNA STRUCTURES, CHROMATIN AND TRANSCRIPTION

      BioEssays
    87. TRAVERS AA; NER SS; CHURCHILL MEA
      DNA CHAPERONES - A SOLUTION TO A PERSISTENCE PROBLEM

      Cell
    88. NAKAMURA H; IZUMOTO Y; KAMBE H; KURODA T; MORI T; KAWAMURA K; YAMAMOTO H; KISHIMOTO T
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF COMPLEMENTARY-DNA FOR A NOVEL HUMAN HEPATOMA-DERIVED GROWTH-FACTOR - ITS HOMOLOGY WITH HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP-1 PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    89. STROS M; REICH J; KOLIBALOVA A
      CALCIUM-BINDING TO HMG1 PROTEIN INDUCES DNA LOOPING BY THE HMG-BOX DOMAINS

      FEBS letters
    90. SEVALJEVIC L; PETROVIC M; BOGOJEVIC D
      INFLAMMATION OF THE DAM HAS DIFFERENT EFFECTS ON THE BINDING OF MATERNAL AND FETAL-RAT LIVER NUCLEOPROTEINS TO THE RAT HAPTOGLOBIN GENE PROMOTER

      Experientia
    91. PEARSON CE; RUIZ MT; PRICE GB; ZANNISHADJOPOULOS M
      CRUCIFORM DNA-BINDING PROTEIN IN HELA-CELL EXTRACTION

      Biochemistry
    92. NER SS; CHURCHILL MEA; SEARLES MA; TRAVERS AA
      DHMG-Z, A 2ND HMG-1-RELATED PROTEIN IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Nucleic acids research
    93. ZHENG CC; BUI AQ; ONEILL SD
      ABUNDANCE OF AN MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING A HIGH-MOBILITY GROUP DNA-BINDING PROTEIN IS REGULATED BY LIGHT AND AN ENDOGENOUS RHYTHM

      Plant molecular biology
    94. PIL PM; CHOW CS; LIPPARD SJ
      HIGH-MOBILITY-GROUP-1 PROTEIN MEDIATES DNA BENDING AS DETERMINED BY RING CLOSURES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    95. KOTANI H; KMIEC EB; HOLLOMAN WK
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF A CRUCIFORM DNA-BINDING PROTEIN FROM USTILAGO-MAYDIS

      Chromosoma
    96. SHIRAKAWA H; YOSHIDA M
      STRUCTURE OF A GENE CODING FOR HUMAN HMG2 PROTEIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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