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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. Kokontis, JM; Wagner, AJ; O'Leary, M; Liao, S; Hay, N
      A transcriptional activation function of p53 is dispensable for and inhibitory of its apoptotic function

      ONCOGENE
    3. Ito, K; Jazrawi, E; Cosio, BJ; Barnes, PJ; Adcock, IM
      p65-activated histone acetyltransferase activity is repressed by glucocorticoids

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Nicot, C; Mahieux, R; Opavsky, R; Cereseto, A; Wolff, L; Brady, JN; Franchini, G
      HTLV-I Tax transrepresses the human c-Myb promoter independently of its interaction with CBP or p300

      ONCOGENE
    5. Kannan, K; Amariglio, N; Rechavi, G; Givol, D
      Profile of gene expression regulated by induced p53: connection to the TGF-beta family

      FEBS LETTERS
    6. Bamberger, CM; Schulte, HM
      Molecular mechanisms of dissociative glucocorticoid activity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    7. Yap, DBS; Hsieh, JK; Chan, FSG; Lu, X
      mdm2: a bridge over the two tumour suppressors, p53 and Rb

      ONCOGENE
    8. Claassen, GF; Hann, SR
      Myc-mediated transformation: the repression connection

      ONCOGENE
    9. PFITZNER E; KIRFEL J; BECKER P; ROLKE A; SCHULE R
      PHYSICAL INTERACTION BETWEEN RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR AND THE ONCOPROTEIN MYB INHIBITS RETINOIC ACID-DEPENDENT TRANSACTIVATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    10. LEVAN TD; BEHR FD; ADKINS KK; MIESFELD RL; BLOOM JW
      GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN A BRONCHIAL EPITHELIAL-CELL LINE

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    11. POLLY P; CARLBERG C; EISMAN JA; MORRISON NA
      1-ALPHA,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D-3 RECEPTOR AS A MEDIATOR OF TRANSREPRESSION OF RETINOID SIGNALING

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    12. KIRFEL J; KELTER M; CANCELA LM; PRICE PA; SCHULE R
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL NEGATIVE RETINOIC ACID RESPONSIVE ELEMENT IN THE PROMOTER OF THE HUMAN MATRIX GLA PROTEIN GENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    13. TREISMAN R
      REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION BY MAP KINASE CASCADES

      Current opinion in cell biology
    14. VREUGDENHIL E; DEJONG J; SCHAAF MJM; MEIJER OC; BUSSCHER J; VUIJST C; DEKLOET ER
      MOLECULAR DISSECTION OF CORTICOSTEROID ACTION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS - APPLICATION OF THE DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY TECHNIQUE

      Journal of molecular neuroscience
    15. VREUGDENHIL E; DEJONG J; BUSSCHER JS; DEKLOET ER
      KAINIC ACID-INDUCED GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS IS SEVERELY AFFECTED BY ADRENALECTOMY

      Neuroscience letters
    16. LEE LA; DOLDE C; BARRETT J; WU CS; DANG CV
      A LINK BETWEEN C-MYC-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION AND NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    17. PFITZNER E; PECKER P; ROLKE A; SCHULE R
      FUNCTIONAL ANTAGONISM BETWEEN THE RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR AND THE VIRAL TRANSACTIVATOR BZLF1 IS MEDIATED BY PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. HECK S; KULLMANN M; GAST A; PONTA H; RAHMSDORF HJ; HERRLICH P; CATO ACB
      A DISTINCT MODULATING DOMAIN IN GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR MONOMERS IN THE REPRESSION OF ACTIVITY OF THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR AP-1

      EMBO journal
    19. FUNAHASHI J; SEKIDO R; MURAI K; KAMACHI Y; KONDOH H
      DELTA-CRYSTALLIN ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN DELTA-EF1 IS A ZINC FINGER-HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN IMPLICATED IN POSTGASTRULATION EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development
    20. KRANE SM
      SOME MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF GLUCOCORTICOID ACTION

      British journal of rheumatology


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