Response element and General transcription factor are the areas that his Promoter study falls under. Gene and Mutant are two areas of study in which Alfred Nordheim engages in interdisciplinary research. In most of his Mutant studies, his work intersects topics such as Biochemistry. His Biochemistry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Heterologous. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Heterologous and Molecular biology through his works. In his works, Alfred Nordheim conducts interdisciplinary research on Molecular biology and Regulation of gene expression. Alfred Nordheim applies his multidisciplinary studies on Regulation of gene expression and Promoter in his research. Genetics is closely attributed to Response element in his work. He performs integrative study on Cell biology and Genetics in his works.
Alfred Nordheim is researching Promoter as part of the investigation of General transcription factor and Response element. He performs multidisciplinary study in Response element and Promoter in his work. Alfred Nordheim integrates Molecular biology and Virology in his research. Borrowing concepts from Molecular biology, he weaves in ideas under Virology. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Gene and General transcription factor. His study on Genetics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as In vitro. His research links Genetics with In vitro. Alfred Nordheim integrates many fields, such as Biochemistry and Cell biology, in his works. His Cell biology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Phosphorylation.
Alfred Nordheim performs integrative study on Gene and Chromosome 12 in his works. Alfred Nordheim undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Chromosome 12 and Gene in his work. Genetics is often connected to Cellular differentiation in his work. He combines Cellular differentiation and NODAL in his studies. Alfred Nordheim performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of NODAL and Mesoderm via his papers. His study brings together the fields of Genetics and Mesoderm. His work often combines Transcription factor and Serum response factor studies. Alfred Nordheim undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Serum response factor and Transcription factor in his work. His study deals with a combination of Molecular biology and Cell biology.
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THE CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY OF LEFT-HANDED Z-DNA
Alexander Rich;Alfred Nordheim;Andrew H.-J. Wang.
Annual Review of Biochemistry (1984)
Linking actin dynamics and gene transcription to drive cellular motile functions.
Eric N. Olson;Alfred Nordheim.
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (2010)
Id genes are direct targets of bone morphogenetic protein induction in embryonic stem cells.
Angela Hollnagel;Verena Oehlmann;Joachim Heymer;Ulrich Rüther.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1999)
Myocardin and ternary complex factors compete for SRF to control smooth muscle gene expression
Zhigao Wang;Da Zhi Wang;Da Zhi Wang;Dirk Hockemeyer;John McAnally.
Potentiation of serum response factor activity by a family of myocardin-related transcription factors.
Da Zhi Wang;Shijie Li;Dirk Hockemeyer;Lillian Sutherland.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Serum response factor is essential for mesoderm formation during mouse embryogenesis.
S. Arsenian;B. Weinhold;M. Oelgeschläger;U. Rüther.
The EMBO Journal (1998)
Requirement for serum response factor for skeletal muscle growth and maturation revealed by tissue-specific gene deletion in mice
Shijie Li;Michael P. Czubryt;John McAnally;Rhonda S Bassel-Duby.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
WIPI-1alpha (WIPI49), a member of the novel 7-bladed WIPI protein family, is aberrantly expressed in human cancer and is linked to starvation-induced autophagy
Tassula Proikas-Cezanne;Scott Waddell;Anja Gaugel;Tancred Frickey.
The sequence (dC-dA)n X (dG-dT)n forms left-handed Z-DNA in negatively supercoiled plasmids
Alfred Nordheim;Alexander Rich.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1983)
An Exocyst Complex Functions in Plant Cell Growth in Arabidopsis and Tobacco
Michal Hála;Rex Cole;Lukáš Synek;Edita Drdová.
The Plant Cell (2008)
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