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    1. Lahaye, T; Bonas, U
      Molecular secrets of bacterial type III effector proteins

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    2. Melendy, T; Li, R
      Chromatin remodeling and initiation of DNA replication

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    3. Kuttler, F; Ame, P; Clark, H; Haughey, C; Mougin, C; Cahn, JY; Dang, CV; Raffeld, M; Fest, T
      c-myc box II mutations in Burkitt's lymphoma-derived alleles reduce cell-transformation activity and lower response to broad apoptotic stimuli

      ONCOGENE
    4. Demeret, C; Vassetzky, Y; Mechali, M
      Chromatin remodelling and DNA replication: from nucleosomes to loop domains

      ONCOGENE
    5. Ballvora, A; Pierre, M; van den Ackerveken, G; Schornack, S; Rossier, O; Ganal, M; Lahaye, T; Bonas, U
      Genetic mapping and functional analysis of the tomato Bs4 locus governing recognition of the Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria AvrBs4 protein

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    6. Song, FM; Goodman, RM
      Molecular biology of disease resistance in rice

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY
    7. Leach, JE; Cruz, CMV; Bai, JF; Leung, H
      Pathogen fitness penalty as a predictor of durability of disease resistance genes

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    8. Yanagisawa, S
      The transcriptional activation domain of the plant-specific Dof1 factor functions in plant, animal, and yeast cells

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Lilley, CE; Groutsi, F; Han, ZQ; Palmer, JA; Anderson, PN; Latchman, DS; Coffin, RS
      Multiple immediate-early gene-deficient herpes simplex virus vectors allowing efficient gene delivery to neurons in culture and widespread gene delivery to the central nervous system in vivo

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Warnmark, A; Wikstrom, A; Wright, APH; Gustafsson, JA; Hard, T
      The N-terminal regions of estrogen receptor alpha and beta are unstructured in vitro and show different TBP binding properties

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Jones, LC; Whitlock, JP
      Dioxin-inducible transactivation in a chromosomal setting - Analysis of the acidic domain of the Ah receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Lee, YH; Oh, HS; Cheon, CI; Hwang, IT; Kim, YJ; Chun, JY
      Structure and expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana homeobox gene Athb-12

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    13. Maeng, CY; Oh, MS; Park, IH; Hong, HJ
      Purification and structural analysis of the hepatitis B virus PreS1 expressed from Escherichia coli

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    14. White, FF; Yang, B; Johnson, LB
      Prospects for understanding avirulence gene function

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    15. Shan, LB; Thara, VK; Martin, GB; Zhou, JM; Tang, XY
      The pseudomonas AvrPto protein is differentially recognized by tomato and tobacco and is localized to the plant plasma membrane

      PLANT CELL
    16. Bai, JF; Choi, SH; Ponciano, G; Leung, H; Leach, JE
      Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae avirulence genes contribute differently and specifically to pathogen aggressiveness

      MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS
    17. Geiman, DE; Han, TT; Johnson, JM; Yang, VW
      Transactivation and growth suppression by the gut-enriched Kruppel-like factor (Kruppel-like factor 4) are dependent on acidic amino acid residues and protein-protein interaction

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    18. Nekrep, N; Jabrane-Ferrat, N; Peterlin, BM
      Mutations in the bare lymphocyte syndrome define critical steps in the assembly of the regulatory factor X complex

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Teng, CS
      Protooncogenes as mediators of apoptosis

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL. 197
    20. Yang, B; Zhu, WG; Johnson, LB; White, FF
      The virulence factor AvrXa7 of Xanthomonas oryzae pv, oryzae is a type IIIsecretion pathway-dependent nuclear-localized double-stranded DNA-binding protein

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Mossman, KL; Sherburne, R; Lavery, C; Duncan, J; Smiley, JR
      Evidence that herpes simplex virus VP16 is required for viral egress downstream of the initial envelopment event

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    22. Xie, YQ; Sun, LP; Kodadek, T
      TATA-binding protein and the Gal4 transactivator do not bind to promoters cooperatively

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Han, S; Park, K; Kim, HY; Lee, MS; Kim, HJ; Kim, YD
      Expression of Mad1 protein inhibits proliferation of cancer cells and inversely correlated with Myc protein expression in primary gastric cancer

      ONCOLOGY REPORTS
    24. Sakamuro, D; Prendergast, GC
      New Myc-interacting proteins: a second Myc network emerges

      ONCOGENE
    25. Nesbit, CE; Tersak, JM; Prochownik, EV
      MYC oncogenes and human neoplastic disease

      ONCOGENE
    26. Venot, C; Maratrat, M; Sierra, V; Conseiller, E; Debussche, L
      Definition of a p53 transactivation function-deficient mutant and characterization of two independent p53 transactivation subdomains

      ONCOGENE
    27. Guo, KD; Anjard, C; Harwood, A; Kim, HJ; Newell, PC; Gross, JD
      A myb-related protein required for culmination in Dictyostelium

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Shi, HP; Zhang, ZP; Wang, X; Liu, SG; Teng, CT
      Isolation and characterization of a gene encoding human Kruppel-like factor 5 (IKLF): binding to the CAAT/GT box of the mouse lactoferrin gene promoter

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    29. Ranallo, RT; Struhl, K; Stargell, LA
      A TATA-binding protein mutant defective for TFIID complex formation in vivo

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    30. Osada, S; Matsubara, T; Daimon, S; Terazu, Y; Xu, MX; Nishihara, T; Imagawa, M
      Expression, DNA-binding specificity and transcriptional regulation of nuclear factor 1 family proteins from rat

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    31. Buczynski, KA; Kim, SK; O'Callaghan, DJ
      Characterization of the transactivation domain of the equine herpesvirus type 1 immediate-early protein

      VIRUS RESEARCH
    32. Loguercio, LL; Zhang, JQ; Wilkins, TA
      Differential regulation of six novel MYB-domain genes defines two distinctexpression patterns in allotetraploid cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    33. Glenn, DJ; Maurer, RA
      MRG1 binds to the LIM domain of Lhx2 and may function as a coactivator to stimulate glycoprotein hormone alpha-subunit gene expression

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    34. Koepf, EK; Petrassi, HM; Ratnaswamy, G; Huff, ME; Sudol, M; Kelly, JW
      Characterization of the structure and function of W -> FWW domain variants: Identification of a natively unfolded protein that folds upon ligand binding

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    35. Barberis, A; Gaudreau, L
      Recruitment of the RNA polymerase II holoenzyme and its implications in gene regulation

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    36. LANYI A; DEB D; SEYMOUR RC; LUDESMEYERS JH; SUBLER MA; DEB S
      GAIN OF FUNCTION PHENOTYPE OF TUMOR-DERIVED MUTANT P53 REQUIRES THE OLIGOMERIZATION NONSEQUENCE-SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID-BINDING DOMAIN/

      Oncogene
    37. DICOMO CJ; PRIVES C
      HUMAN TUMOR-DERIVED P53 PROTEINS EXHIBIT BINDING-SITE SELECTIVITY ANDTEMPERATURE SENSITIVITY FOR TRANSACTIVATION IN A YEAST-BASED ASSAY

      Oncogene
    38. ALI A; BHARADWAJ S; OCARROLL R; OVSENEK N
      HSP90 INTERACTS WITH AND REGULATES THE ACTIVITY OF HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR-1 IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    39. Penkett, CJ; Redfield, C; Jones, JA; Dodd, I; Hubbard, J; Smith, RAG; Smith, LJ; Dobson, CM
      Structural and dynamical characterization of a biologically active unfolded fibronectin-binding protein from Staphylococcus aureus

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    40. BOTUYAN MVE; MOMAND J; CHEN Y
      SOLUTION CONFORMATION OF AN ESSENTIAL REGION OF THE P53 TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN

      Folding & design
    41. AMARIGLIO F; TCHANG F; PRIOLEAU MN; SOUSSI T; CIBERT C; MECHALI M
      A FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF P53 DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Oncogene
    42. BLAIR WS; CULLEN BR
      A YEAST TATA-BINDING PROTEIN MUTANT THAT SELECTIVELY ENHANCES GENE-EXPRESSION FROM WEAK RNA-POLYMERASE-II PROMOTERS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    43. ALMLOF T; GUSTAFSSON JA; WRIGHT APH
      ROLE OF HYDROPHOBIC AMINO-ACID CLUSTERS IN THE TRANSACTIVATION ACTIVITY OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    44. XIAO H; LIS JT; JEANG KT
      PROMOTER ACTIVITY OF TAT AT STEPS SUBSEQUENT TO TATA-BINDING PROTEIN RECRUITMENT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. NASS SJ; DICKSON RB
      DEFINING A ROLE FOR C-MYC IN BREAST TUMORIGENESIS

      Breast cancer research and treatment
    46. KIM JS; KIM J; CEPEK KL; SHARP PA; PABO CO
      DESIGN OF TATA BOX-BINDING PROTEIN ZINC-FINGER FUSIONS FOR TARGETED REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. XIAO WM; PIZER LI; WILCOX KW
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PROMOTER-SPECIFIC TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN IN THE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS REGULATORY PROTEIN ICP4

      Journal of virology
    48. MASON PB; LIS JT
      COOPERATIVE AND COMPETITIVE PROTEIN INTERACTIONS AT THE HSP70 PROMOTER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. REIF K; BURGERING BMT; CANTRELL DA
      PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3-KINASE LINKS THE INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR TO PROTEIN-KINASE-B AND P70 S6 KINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. SVETLOV V; COOPER TG
      THE MINIMAL TRANSACTIVATION REGION OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GLN3P IS LOCALIZED TO 13 AMINO-ACIDS

      Journal of bacteriology
    51. FANCY DA; MELCHER K; JOHNSTON SA; KODADEK T
      NEW CHEMISTRY FOR THE STUDY OF MULTIPROTEIN COMPLEXES - THE 6-HISTIDINE TAG AS A RECEPTOR FOR A PROTEIN CROSS-LINKING REAGENT

      Chemistry & biology
    52. SAKAMURO D; ELLIOTT KJ; WECHSLERREYA R; PRENDERGAST GC
      BIN1 IS A NOVEL MYC-INTERACTING PROTEIN WITH FEATURES OF A TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR

      Nature genetics
    53. HAZZALIN CA; CANO E; CUENDA A; BARRATT MJ; COHEN P; MAHADEVAN LC
      P38 RK IS ESSENTIAL FOR STRESS-INDUCED NUCLEAR RESPONSES - JNK/SAPKS AND C-JUN/ATF-2 PHOSPHORYLATION ARE INSUFFICIENT/

      Current biology
    54. ATADJA PW; RIABOWOL KT
      LOSS OF SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR ACTIVITY IS THE BASIS OF REDUCED C-FOS EXPRESSION IN AGING HUMAN FIBROBLASTS

      Canadian journal on aging
    55. HERRMANN CH; GOLD MO; RICE AP
      VIRAL TRANSACTIVATORS SPECIFICALLY TARGET DISTINCT CELLULAR PROTEIN-KINASES THAT PHOSPHORYLATE THE RNA-POLYMERASE-II C-TERMINAL DOMAIN

      Nucleic acids research
    56. RUPPERT SML; MCCULLOCH V; MEYER M; BAUTISTA C; FALKOWSKI M; STUNNENBERG HG; HERNANDEZ N
      MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST THE AMINO-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF HUMAN TBP CROSS-REACT WITH TBP FROM OTHER SPECIES

      Hybridoma
    57. NEWTON EM; KNAUF U; GREEN M; KINGSTON RE
      THE REGULATORY DOMAIN OF HUMAN HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR-1 IS SUFFICIENT TO SENSE HEAT-STRESS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. OROSZ A; WISNIEWSKI J; WU C
      REGULATION OF DROSOPHILA HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR TRIMERIZATION - GLOBAL SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS AND INDEPENDENCE OF NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    59. BERTOLOTTI A; LUTZ Y; HEARD DJ; CHAMBON P; TORA L
      HTAF(II)68, A NOVEL RNA SSDNA-BINDING PROTEIN WITH HOMOLOGY TO THE PRO-ONCOPROTEINS TLS/FUS AND EWS IS ASSOCIATED WITH BOTH TFIID AND RNA-POLYMERASE-II/

      EMBO journal
    60. LENG P; BROWN DR; DEB S; DEB SP
      HUMAN ONCOPROTEIN MDM2 INTERACTS WITH THE TATA-BINDING PROTEIN IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      International journal of oncology
    61. SHI YH; KROEGER PE; MORIMOTO RI
      THE CARBOXYL-TERMINAL TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR-1 IS NEGATIVELY REGULATED AND STRESS-RESPONSIVE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    62. MELCHER K; JOHNSTON SA
      GAL4 INTERACTS WITH TATA-BINDING PROTEIN AND COACTIVATORS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    63. SZENTGYORGYI C
      A BIPARTITE OPERATOR INTERACTS WITH A HEAT-SHOCK ELEMENT TO MEDIATE EARLY MEIOTIC INDUCTION OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE HSP82

      Molecular and cellular biology
    64. SCHMITZ ML; SILVA MAD; BAEUERLE PA
      TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN-2 (TA(2)) OF P65 NF-KAPPA-B - SIMILARITY TO TA(1) AND PHORBOL ESTER-STIMULATED ACTIVITY AND PHOSPHORYLATION IN INTACT-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. NIKOLOV DB; BURLEY SK
      2.1-ANGSTROM RESOLUTION REFINED STRUCTURE OF A TATA BOX-BINDING PROTEIN (TBP)

      Nature structural biology
    66. MOALLI PA; ROSEN ST
      GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTORS AND RESISTANCE TO GLUCOCORTICOIDS IN HEMATOLOGIC MALIGNANCIES

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    67. UNDERHILL TM; CASH DE; LINNEY E
      CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE RETINOID RECEPTORS EXHIBIT INTERFAMILY AND INTRAFAMILY PROMOTER SPECIFICITY

      Molecular endocrinology
    68. ATADJA PW; STRINGER KF; RIABOWOL KT
      LOSS OF SERUM RESPONSE ELEMENT-BINDING ACTIVITY AND HYPERPHOSPHORYLATION OF SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR DURING CELLULAR AGING

      Molecular and cellular biology
    69. RABINDRAN SK; WISNIEWSKI J; LI LG; LI GC; WU C
      INTERACTION BETWEEN HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR AND HSP70 IS INSUFFICIENT TO SUPPRESS INDUCTION OF DNA-BINDING ACTIVITY IN-VIVO

      Molecular and cellular biology
    70. MCKNIGHT JLC; DOERR M; ZHANG Y
      AN 85-KILODALTON HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1 ALPHA TRANS-INDUCTION FACTOR (VP16)-VP13 14 FUSION PROTEIN RETAINS THE TRANSACTIVATION AND STRUCTURAL-PROPERTIES OF THE WILD-TYPE MOLECULE DURING VIRUS-INFECTION/

      Journal of virology
    71. SCHUUR ER; PARKER EJ; VOGT PK
      CHIMERAS OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRAL VP16 AND JUN ARE ONCOGENIC

      Cell growth & differentiation
    72. OHARE P
      THE VIRION TRANSACTIVATOR OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS

      Seminars in virology
    73. YOUNG MR; CRAIG EA
      SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE HSP70 HEAT-SHOCK ELEMENTS ARE FUNCTIONALLY DISTINCT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    74. PINA B; BERGER S; MARCUS GA; SILVERMAN N; AGAPITE J; GUARENTE L
      ADA3 - A GENE, IDENTIFIED BY RESISTANCE TO GAL4-VP16, WITH PROPERTIESSIMILAR TO AND DIFFERENT FROM THOSE OF ADA2

      Molecular and cellular biology
    75. LIS J; WU C
      PROTEIN TRAFFIC ON THE HEAT-SHOCK PROMOTER - PARKING, STALLING, AND TRUCKING ALONG

      Cell
    76. HE ZG; BRINTON BT; GREENBLATT J; HASSELL JA; INGLES CJ
      THE TRANSACTIVATOR PROTEIN-VP16 AND PROTEIN-GAL4 BIND REPLICATION FACTOR-A

      Cell


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