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    1. Whitacre, DC; Karnas, KJ; Miesfeld, RL
      Analysis of glucocorticoid and androgen receptor gene fusions delineates domains required for transcriptional specificity

      ENDOCRINE
    2. Deroo, BJ; Archer, TK
      Glucocorticoid receptor activation of the I kappa B alpha promoter within chromatin

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    3. Dean, DM; Jones, PS; Sanders, MM
      Alterations in chromatin structure are implicated in the activation of thesteroid hormone response unit of the ovalbumin gene

      DNA AND CELL BIOLOGY
    4. Deroo, BJ; Archer, TK
      Glucocorticoid receptor-mediated chromatin remodeling in vivo

      ONCOGENE
    5. Urnov, FD; Wolffe, AP
      A necessary good: Nuclear hormone receptors and their chromatin templates

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Pujuguet, P; Radisky, D; Levy, D; Lacza, C; Bissell, MJ
      Trichostatin A inhibits beta-casein expression in mammary epithelial cells

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Belikov, S; Gelius, B; Wrange, O
      Hormone-induced nucleosome positioning in the MMTV promoter is reversible

      EMBO JOURNAL
    8. Banks, GC; Deterding, LJ; Tomer, KB; Archer, TK
      Hormone-mediated dephosphorylation of specific histone H1 isoforms

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Collingwood, TN; Urnov, FD; Chatterjee, VKK; Wolffe, AP
      Chromatin remodeling by the thyroid hormone receptor in regulation of the thyroid-stimulating hormone alpha-subunit promoter

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Idrissi, FZ; Garcia-Reyero, N; Fernandez-Larrea, JB; Pina, B
      Alternative mechanisms of transcriptional activation by Rap1p

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Song, LN; Huse, B; Rusconi, S; Simons, SS
      Transactivation specificity of glucocorticoid versus progesterone receptors - Role of functionally different interactions of transcription factors with amino- and carboxyl-terminal receptor domains

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Gelius, B; Wrange, O
      Glucocorticoid hormone-induced receptor localization to the chromatin fibers formed an injected DNA in Xenopus oocytes

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    13. Abe, I; Umehara, K; Morita, R; Nemoto, K; Degawa, M; Noguchi, H
      Green tea polyphenols as potent enhancers of glucocorticoid-induced mouse mammary tumor virus gene expression

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    14. Hager, GL; Fletcher, TM; Xiao, N; Baumann, CT; Muller, WG; McNally, JG
      Dynamics of gene targeting and chromatin remodelling by nuclear receptors

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    15. McNair, A; Cereghini, S; Brand, H; Smith, T; Breillat, G; Gannon, F
      Synergistic activation of the Atlantic salmon hepatocyte nuclear factor (HNF) 1 promoter by the orphan nuclear receptors HNF4 and chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter transcription factor I (COUP-TFI)

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    16. Belikov, S; Gelius, B; Almouzni, G; Wrange, O
      Hormone activation induces nucleosome positioning in vivo

      EMBO JOURNAL
    17. DeFranco, DB
      Role of molecular chaperones in subnuclear trafficking of glucocorticoid receptors

      KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL
    18. Wolffe, AP; Collingwood, TN; Li, Q; Yee, J; Urnov, F; Shi, YB
      Thyroid hormone receptor, v-ErbA, and chromatin

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 58
    19. Fryer, CJ; Kinyamu, HK; Rogatsky, I; Garabedian, MJ; Archer, TK
      Selective activation of the glucocorticoid receptor by steroid antagonistsin human breast cancer and osteosarcoma cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Stein, GS; Montecino, M; van Wijnen, AJ; Stein, JL; Lian, JB
      Nuclear structure-gene expression interrelationships: Implications for aberrant gene expression in cancer

      CANCER RESEARCH
    21. Desarnaud, F; Bidichandani, S; Patel, PI; Baulieu, EE; Schumacher, M
      Glucocorticosteroids stimulate the activity of the promoters of peripheralmyelin protein-22 and protein zero genes in Schwann cells

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Bernhard, D; Loffler, M; Hartmann, BL; Yoshida, M; Kofler, R; Csordas, A
      Interaction between dexamethasone and butyrate in apoptosis induction: non-additive in thymocytes and synergistic in a T cell-derived leukemia cell line

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    23. Cirillo, LA; Zaret, KS
      An early developmental transcription factor complex that is more stable onnucleosome core particles than on free DNA

      MOLECULAR CELL
    24. Collingwood, TN; Urnov, FD; Wolffe, AP
      Nuclear receptors: coactivators, corepressors and chromatin remodeling in the control of transcription

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    25. Kingston, RE; Narlikar, GJ
      ATP-dependent remodeling and acetylation as regulators of chromatin fluidity

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    26. Liu, JM; DeFranco, DB
      Chromatin recycling of glucocorticoid receptors: Implications for multipleroles of heat shock protein 90

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    27. Bonifer, C
      Long-distance chromatin mechanisms controlling tissue-specific gene locus activation

      GENE
    28. Blomquist, P; Belikov, S; Wrange, O
      Increased nuclear factor 1 binding to its nucleosomal site mediated by sequence-dependent DNA structure

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    29. Huang, Y; Simons, SS
      Functional analysis of R651 mutations in the putative helix 6 of rat glucocorticoid receptors

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Sheldon, LA; Smith, CL; Bodwell, JE; Munck, AU; Hager, GL
      A ligand binding domain mutation in the mouse glucocorticoid receptor functionally links chromatin remodeling and transcription initiation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Barrett, TJ; Spelsberg, TC
      Nuclear matrix and steroid hormone action

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 55
    32. Cherry, SR; Baltimore, D
      Chromatin remodeling directly activates V(D)J recombination

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    33. Stunkel, W; Bernard, HU
      The chromatin structure of the long control region of human papillomavirustype 16 represses viral oncoprotein expression

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    34. Scholz, A; Truss, M; Beato, M
      Hormone-dependent recruitment of NF-Y to the uteroglobin gene enhancer associated with chromatin remodeling in rabbit endometrial epithelium

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    35. Gelius, B; Wade, P; Wolffe, A; Wrange, O; Farrants, AKO
      Characterization of a chromatin remodelling activity in Xenopus oocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    36. Montecino, M; Frenkel, B; van Wijnen, AJ; Lian, JB; Stein, GS; Stein, JL
      Chromatin hyperacetylation abrogates vitamin D-Mediated transcriptional upregulation of the tissue-specific osteocalcin gene in vivo

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    37. ROBYR D; WOLFFE AP
      HORMONE ACTION AND CHROMATIN REMODELING

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    38. HAGER GL; SMITH CL; FRAGOSO G; WOLFORD R; WALKER D; BARSONY J; HTUN H
      INTRANUCLEAR TRAFFICKING AND GENE TARGETING BY MEMBERS OF THE STEROIDNUCLEAR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY/

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    39. SHIM EY; WOODCOCK C; ZARET KS
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING BY THE WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR HNF3

      Genes & development
    40. XING WR; ARCHER TK
      UPSTREAM STIMULATORY FACTORS MEDIATE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR ACTIVATION OF THE CATHEPSIN-D PROMOTER

      Molecular endocrinology
    41. TSAIPFLUGFELDER M; GASSER SM; WAHLI W
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION BETWEEN THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR AND CTF1 - ANALYSIS OF THE VITELLOGENIN GENE B1 PROMOTER IN YEAST

      Molecular endocrinology
    42. JENSTER G
      COACTIVATORS AND COREPRESSORS AS MEDIATORS OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR FUNCTION - AN UPDATE

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    43. LEE HL; ARCHER TK
      PROLONGED GLUCOCORTICOID EXPOSURE DEPHOSPHOUYLATES HISTONE H1 AND INACTIVATES THE MMTV PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    44. WONG JM; PATTERTON D; IMHOF A; GUSCHIN D; SHI YB; WOLFFE AP
      DISTINCT REQUIREMENTS FOR CHROMATIN ASSEMBLY IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR AND HISTONE DEACETYLASE

      EMBO journal
    45. SHI YB; SU Y; LI Q; DAMJANOVSKI S
      AUTOREGULATION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR GENES DURING METAMORPHOSIS- ROLES IN APOPTOSIS AND CELL-PROLIFERATION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    46. ALBERTS AS; GENESTE O; TREISMAN R
      ACTIVATION OF SRF-REGULATED CHROMOSOMAL TEMPLATES BY RHO-FAMILY GTPASES REQUIRES A SIGNAL THAT ALSO INDUCES H4 HYPERACETYLATION

      Cell
    47. Wolffe, AP; Kurumizaka, H
      The nucleosome: A powerful regulator of transcription

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 61
    48. FRYER CJ; NORDEEN SK; ARCHER TK
      ANTIPROGESTINS MEDIATE DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS ON GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR REMODELING OF CHROMATIN STRUCTURE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. LI Q; WRANGE O; ERIKSSON P
      THE ROLE OF CHROMATIN IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    50. MYMRYK JS; FRYER CJ; JUNG LA; ARCHER TK
      ANALYSIS OF CHROMATIN STRUCTURE IN-VIVO

      Methods
    51. ARCHER TK; LEE HL
      VISUALIZATION OF MULTICOMPONENT TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR COMPLEXES ON CHROMATIN AND NONNUCLEOSOMAL TEMPLATES IN-VIVO

      Methods
    52. ZIMMERMANN PL; PIERREUX CE; RIGAUD G; ROUSSEAU GG; LEMAIGRE FP
      IN-VIVO PROTEIN-DNA INTERACTIONS ON A GLUCOCORTICOID RESPONSE UNIT OFA LIVER-SPECIFIC GENE - HORMONE-INDUCED TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING TO CONSTITUTIVELY OPEN CHROMATIN

      DNA and cell biology
    53. ARCHER TK; DEROO BJ; FRYER CJ
      CHROMATIN MODULATION OF GLUCOCORTICOID AND PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR ACTIVITY

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    54. HUBER MC; JAGLE U; KRUGER G; BONIFER C
      THE DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVATION OF THE CHICKEN LYSOZYME LOCUS IN TRANSGENIC MICE REQUIRES THE INTERACTION OF A SUBSET OF ENHANCER ELEMENTS WITH THE PROMOTER

      Nucleic acids research
    55. ALBERT T; MAUTNER J; FUNK JO; HORTNAGEL K; PULLNER A; EICK D
      NUCLEOSOMAL STRUCTURES OF C-MYC PROMOTERS WITH TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ENGAGED RNA-POLYMERASE-II

      Molecular and cellular biology
    56. FARRANTS AKO; BLOMQUIST P; KWON H; WRANGE O
      GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR-GLUCOCORTICOID RESPONSE ELEMENT-BINDING STIMULATES NUCLEOSOME DISRUPTION BY THE SWI SNF COMPLEX/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    57. BHATTACHARYYA N; DEY A; MINUCCI S; ZIMMER A; JOHN S; HAGER G; OZATO K
      RETINOID-INDUCED CHROMATIN STRUCTURE ALTERATIONS IN THE RETINOIC ACIDRECEPTOR BETA-2 PROMOTER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    58. WONG JM; LI Q; LEVI BZ; SHI YB; WOLFFE AP
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL FEATURES OF A SPECIFIC NUCLEOSOME CONTAINING A RECOGNITION ELEMENT FOR THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      EMBO journal
    59. MINUCCI S; HORN V; BHATTACHARYYA N; RUSSANOVA V; OGRYZKO VV; GABRIELE L; HOWARD BH; OZATO K
      A HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR POTENTIATES RETINOID RECEPTOR ACTION IN EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. SEWACK GF; HANSEN U
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING AND TRANSCRIPTION-ASSOCIATED CHROMATIN ALTERATIONS ON THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RESPONSIVE PS2 PROMOTER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. SMITH CL; HAGER GL
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF MAMMALIAN GENES IN-VIVO - A TALE OF 2 TEMPLATES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    62. CLEUTJENS CBJM; STEKETEE K; VANEEKELEN CCEM; VANDERKORPUT JAGM; BRINKMANN AO; TRAPMAN J
      BOTH ANDROGEN RECEPTOR AND GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR ARE ABLE TO INDUCEPROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN EXPRESSION, BUT DIFFER IN THEIR GROWTH-STIMULATING PROPERTIES OF LNCAP CELLS

      Endocrinology
    63. NIU XP; ADAMS CC; WORKMAN JL; GUILTINAN MJ
      BINDING OF THE WHEAT BASIC LEUCINE-ZIPPER PROTEIN EMBP-1 TO NUCLEOSOMAL BINDING-SITES IS MODULATED BY NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING

      The Plant cell
    64. GUIDO EC; DELORME EO; CLEMM DL; STEIN RB; ROSEN J; MINER JN
      DETERMINANTS OF PROMOTER-SPECIFIC ACTIVITY BY GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    65. WILLIS SD; SEYFRED MA
      PITUITARY-SPECIFIC CHROMATIN STRUCTURE OF THE RAT PROLACTIN DISTAL ENHANCER ELEMENT

      Nucleic acids research
    66. SCHILDPOULTER C; SASSONECORSI P; GRANGERSCHNARR M; SCHNARR M
      NUCLEOSOME ASSEMBLY ON THE HUMAN C-FOS PROMOTER INTERFERES WITH TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING

      Nucleic acids research
    67. VERDONE L; CAMILLONI G; DIMAURO E; CASERTA M
      CHROMATIN REMODELING DURING SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE ADH2 GENE ACTIVATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    68. CHIREUX M; ESPINOS E; BLOCH S; YOSHIDA M; WEBER MJ
      HISTONE HYPERACETYLATING AGENTS STIMULATE PROMOTER ACTIVITY OF HUMAN CHOLINE-ACETYLTRANSFERASE GENE IN TRANSFECTION EXPERIMENT

      Molecular brain research
    69. BEATO M; CHAVEZ S; TRUSS M
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION BY STEROID-HORMONES

      Steroids
    70. BUNKER CA; KINGSTON RE
      ACTIVATION DOMAIN-MEDIATED ENHANCEMENT OF ACTIVATOR BINDING TO CHROMATIN IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. IMBALZANO AN; SCHNITZLER GR; KINGSTON RE
      NUCLEOSOME DISRUPTION BY HUMAN SWI SNF IS MAINTAINED IN THE ABSENCE OF CONTINUED ATP HYDROLYSIS/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. REEVES R; WOLFFE AP
      SUBSTRATE STRUCTURE INFLUENCES BINDING OF THE NONHISTONE PROTEIN HMG-I(Y) TO FREE AND NUCLEOSOMAL DNA

      Biochemistry
    73. RUH MF; COX LK; RUH TS
      ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR INTERACTION WITH SPECIFIC HISTONES - BINDING TO GENOMIC DNA AND AN ESTROGEN RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Biochemical pharmacology
    74. ARCHER TK; FRYER CJ; LEE HL; ZANIEWSKI E; LIANG T; MYMRYK JS
      STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR STATUS DEFINES THE MMTV PROMOTER CHROMATIN STRUCTURE IN-VIVO

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    75. WONG JM; SHI YB; WOLFFE AP
      A ROLE FOR NUCLEOSOME ASSEMBLY IN BOTH SILENCING AND ACTIVATION OF THE XENOPUS TR-BETA-A GENE BY THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      Genes & development
    76. GODDE JS; NAKATANI Y; WOLFFE AP
      THE AMINO-TERMINAL TAILS OF THE CORE HISTONES AND THE TRANSLATIONAL POSITION OF THE TATA BOX DETERMINE TBP TFIIA ASSOCIATION WITH NUCLEOSOMAL DNA/

      Nucleic acids research
    77. WESTIN L; BLOMQUIST P; MILLIGAN JF; WRANGE O
      TRIPLE-HELIX DNA ALTERS NUCLEOSOMAL HISTONE-DNA INTERACTIONS AND ACTSAS A NUCLEOSOME BARRIER

      Nucleic acids research
    78. ERKINE AM; ADAMS CC; GAO MX; GROSS DS
      MULTIPLE PROTEIN-DNA INTERACTIONS OVER THE YEAST HSC82 HEAT-SHOCK GENE PROMOTER

      Nucleic acids research
    79. ADAMS CC; WORKMAN JL
      BINDING OF DISPARATE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATORS TO NUCLEOSOMAL DNA ISINHERENTLY COOPERATIVE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    80. ESPINAS ML; ROUX J; PICTET R; GRANGE T
      GLUCOCORTICOIDS AND PROTEIN-KINASE A COORDINATELY MODULATE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR RECRUITMENT AT A GLUCOCORTICOID-RESPONSIVE UNIT

      Molecular and cellular biology
    81. POLACH KJ; WIDOM J
      MECHANISM OF PROTEIN ACCESS TO SPECIFIC DNA-SEQUENCES IN CHROMATIN - A DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM-MODEL FOR GENE-REGULATION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    82. MURAD AO; DECOCK J; BROWN D; SMERDON MJ
      VARIATIONS IN TRANSCRIPTION-REPAIR COUPLING IN MOUSE CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. GODDE JS; WOLFFE AP
      DISRUPTION OF RECONSTITUTED NUCLEOSOMES - THE EFFECT OF PARTICLE CONCENTRATION, MGCL2 AND KCL CONCENTRATION, THE HISTONE TAILS, AND TEMPERATURE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. ENGLANDER EW; HOWARD BH
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING BY HUMAN ALU ELEMENTS IN CHROMATIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. WOLFFE AP
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING AND MODIFICATION - CHROMATIN STRUCTURES THAT POTENTIATE TRANSCRIPTION

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    86. LU Q; WALLRATH LL; ELGIN SCR
      NUCLEOSOME POSITIONING AND GENE-REGULATION

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    87. WECHSLER DS; PAPOULAS O; DANG CV; KINGSTON RE
      DIFFERENTIAL BINDING OF C-MYC AND MAX TO NUCLEOSOMAL DNA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    88. VETTESEDADEY M; WALTER P; CHEN H; JUAN LJ; WORKMAN JL
      ROLE OF THE HISTONE AMINO TERMINI IN FACILITATED BINDING OF A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR, GAL4-AH, TO NUCLEOSOME CORES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    89. PEDERSON DS; FIDRYCH T
      HEAT-SHOCK FACTOR CAN ACTIVATE TRANSCRIPTION WHILE BOUND TO NUCLEOSOMAL DNA IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    90. TRAVERS AA
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS

      BioEssays
    91. WALLRATH LL; LU Q; GRANOK H; ELGIN SCR
      ARCHITECTURAL VARIATIONS OF INDUCIBLE EUKARYOTIC PROMOTERS - PRESET AND REMODELING CHROMATIN STRUCTURES

      BioEssays
    92. JUAN LJ; UTLEY RT; ADAMS CC; VETTESEDADEY M; WORKMAN JL
      DIFFERENTIAL REPRESSION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING BY HISTONE H1IS REGULATED BY THE CORE HISTONE AMINO TERMINI

      EMBO journal
    93. CHEN H; LI BY; WORKMAN JL
      A HISTONE-BINDING PROTEIN, NUCLEOPLASMIN, STIMULATES TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-BINDING TO NUCLEOSOMES AND FACTOR-INDUCED NUCLEOSOME DISASSEMBLY

      EMBO journal
    94. WRIGHT KL; VILEN BJ; ITOHLINDSTROM Y; MOORE TL; LI GX; CRISCITIELLO M; COGSWELL P; CLARKE JB; TING JPY
      CCAAT BOX-BINDING PROTEIN NF-Y FACILITATES IN-VIVO RECRUITMENT OF UPSTREAM DNA-BINDING TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      EMBO journal
    95. PARANJAPE SM; KAMAKAKA RT; KADONAGA JT
      ROLE OF CHROMATIN STRUCTURE IN THE REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION BY RNA-POLYMERASE-II

      Annual review of biochemistry
    96. COTE J; QUINN J; WORKMAN JL; PETERSON CL
      STIMULATION OF GAL4 DERIVATIVE BINDING TO NUCLEOSOMAL DNA BY THE YEAST SWI SNF COMPLEX/

      Science
    97. HORZ W
      CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND GENE-REGULATION

      Naturwissenschaften
    98. TSUKIYAMA T; BECKER PB; WU C
      ATP-DEPENDENT NUCLEOSOME DISRUPTION AT A HEAT-SHOCK PROMOTER MEDIATEDBY BINDING OF GAGA TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR

      Nature
    99. CARDINAUX JR; CHAPEL S; WAHLI W
      COMPLEX ORGANIZATION OF CTF NF-I, C/EBP, AND HNF3 BINDING SITES WITHIN THE PROMOTER OF THE LIVER-SPECIFIC VITELLOGENIN GENE/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. MORROW CS; NAKAGAWA M; GOLDSMITH ME; MADDEN MJ; COWAN KH
      REVERSIBLE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF MDR1 BY SODIUM-BUTYRATE TREATMENT OF HUMAN COLON-CANCER CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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