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CTCF is a uniquely versatile transcription regulator linked to epigenetics and disease
Rolf Ohlsson;Rainer Renkawitz;Victor Lobanenkov.
Trends in Genetics (2001)
Modular structure of a chicken lysozyme silencer: involvement of an unusual thyroid hormone receptor binding site.
Aria Baniahmad;Christof Steiner;Anja Carola Köhne;Rainer Renkawitz.
Many transcription factors interact synergistically with steroid receptors
Roland Schule;Marc Muller;Christian Kaltschmidt;Rainer Renkawitz.
BORIS, a novel male germ-line-specific protein associated with epigenetic reprogramming events, shares the same 11-zinc-finger domain with CTCF, the insulator protein involved in reading imprinting marks in the soma
Dmitri I. Loukinov;Elena Pugacheva;Sergei Vatolin;Svetlana D. Pack.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
A transferable silencing domain is present in the thyroid hormone receptor, in the v-erbA oncogene product and in the retinoic acid receptor.
A. Baniahmad;A.C. Köhne;R. Renkawitz.
The EMBO Journal (1992)
Cooperativity of the glucocorticoid receptor and the CACCC-box binding factor.
Roland Schüle;Marc Muller;Hidetsugu Otsuka-Murakami;Hidetsugu Otsuka-Murakami;Rainer Renkawitz.
Glucocorticoid and progesterone receptors bind to the same sites in two hormonally regulated promoters.
Dietmar Von Der Ahe;Susanne Janich;Claus Scheidereit;Rainer Renkawitz.
Sequences in the promoter region of the chicken lysozyme gene required for steroid regulation and receptor binding
Rainer Renkawitz;Günther Schütz;Dietmar von der Ahe;Miguel Beato.
Mouse lysozyme M gene: isolation, characterization, and expression studies.
Michael Cross;Inge Mangelsdorf;Angela Wedel;Rainer Renkawitz.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1988)
CTCF is conserved from Drosophila to humans and confers enhancer blocking of the Fab-8 insulator
Hanlim Moon;Galina Filippova;Dmitry Loukinov;Elena Pugacheva.
EMBO Reports (2005)
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