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Bmi-1


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Bmi-1, stem cells and cancer

RING1A and BMI1 bookmark active genes via ubiquitination of chromatin-associated proteins

The Bmi-1 polycomb group gene in skin cancer: regulation of function by (−)–epigallocatechin-3-gallate

CBX4-mediated SUMO modification regulates BMI1 recruitment at sites of DNA damage

Dissection of Bmi1-mediated epigenetic regulation of target genes in glioblastoma

EXTH-37. TARGETING GLIOMA STEM CELLS THROUGH COMBINED BMI1 AND EZH2 INHIBITION

EXTH-27. VALIDATION OF BMI-1 AS A THERAPEUTIC TARGET IN DIFFUSE INTRINSIC PONTINE GLIOMA

BMI1 is a target gene of E2F-1 and is strongly expressed in primary neuroblastomas

3P17-Demethoxygeldanamycin inhibits self-renewal of breast cancer stem cells through EZH2/c-Myc/Bmi1 pathway

The Bmi-1 polycomb protein antagonizes the (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate-dependent suppression of skin cancer cell survival

Bmi1 is required for the initiation of pancreatic cancer through an Ink4a-independent mechanism

Cathepsin B and uPAR regulate self-renewal of glioma-initiating cells through GLI-regulated Sox2 and Bmi1 expression

Regulation of the New Arabidopsis Imprinted Gene AtBMI1C Requires the Interplay of Different Epigenetic Mechanisms

SC-33POLYCOMB GROUP PROTEIN Bmi1 CONTROLS NEURAL STEM AND PROGENITOR CELL MAINTENANCE AND GLIOBLASTOMA TUMOUR DEVELOPMENT

15 Evaluation of Expression of the Bmi-1 Stem Cell Marker in Sinonasal Melanomas and Its Correlation With the Expression of Cell Cycle Proteins

Initial first-in-human phase 1 results of PTC596, a novel small molecule that targets cancer stem cells (CSCs) by reducing BMI1 protein levels

GENE-27. DIFFERENTIAL LEVELS OF H3K27me3 AT THE EfnA5 PROMOTER ARE CONTROLLED BY Bmi1 THROUGH MODULATION OF JmjD3 IN GLIOBLASTOMA

Impact of age, BMI and HbA1c levels on the genome-wide DNA methylation and mRNA expression patterns in human adipose tissue and identification of epigenetic biomarkers in blood

 

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A murine gene encoding a protein that is probably a transcriptional regulator. It is named from B‐cell‐specific Moloney murine leukemia virus integration site. The protein contains putative zinc finger and ...

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