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Identification of cis-acting elements in the SUC2 promoter of Saccharomyces cerevisiae required for activation of transcription

ATRA activates and PDGF-BB represses the SM22α promoter through KLF4 binding to, or dissociating from, its cis-DNA elements

CIS1 Interacts with the Y532 of the Prolactin Receptor and Suppresses Prolactin-Dependent STAT5 Activation

Differential Contributions of ATF6 and XBP1 to the Activation of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress-Responsive cis-Acting Elements ERSE, UPRE and ERSE-II

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Cis elements for transporter associated with antigen-processing-2 transcription: two new promoters and an essential role of the IFN response factor binding element in IFN-γ-mediated activation of the transcription initiator

 

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Activation brought about by something on the same cell or on the same chromosome. There are examples of cis-activation of adhesion molecules through protein–protein contacts that occur in the plane of the membrane but do not occur if the two molecules are in different cells. Cis-activation of a gene is brought about by activators binding to upstream regions of the chromosome, whereas trans-activation would involve a diffusible product. Compare transactivation.

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