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Elk-1


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Elk-1

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Structural Organization of the Human Elk1 Gene and its Processed Pseudogene Elk2

Alternatively spliced isoforms of the human elk-1 mRNA within the 5′ UTR: implications for ELK-1 expression

Dimer formation and conformational flexibility ensure cytoplasmic stability and nuclear accumulation of Elk-1

Elk-1 Can Recruit SRF to Form a Ternary Complex Upon the Serum Response Element

Overlapping promoter targeting by Elk-1 and other divergent ETS-domain transcription factor family members

A novel protein Depp, which is induced by progesterone in human endometrial stromal cells activates Elk-1 transcription factor

Elk1 and SRF transcription factors convey basal transcription and mediate glucose response via their binding sites in the human LXRB gene promoter

Elk1 and SRF transcription factors convey basal transcription and mediate glucose response via their binding sites in the human LXRB gene promoter

Mitogen-induced recruitment of ERK and MSK to SRE promoter complexes by ternary complex factor Elk-1

ERK phosphorylation of MED14 in promoter complexes during mitogen-induced gene activation by Elk-1

ELK4 neutralization sensitizes glioblastoma to apoptosis through downregulation of the anti-apoptotic protein Mcl-1

Increased PEA3/E1AF and decreased Net/Elk-3, both ETS proteins, characterize human NSCLC progression and regulate caveolin-1 transcription in Calu-1 and NCI-H23 NSCLC cell lines

Barbituric acid derivative BAS 02104951 inhibits PKCε, PKCη, PKCε/RACK2 interaction, Elk-1 phosphorylation in HeLa and PKCε and η translocation in PC3 cells following TPA-induction

 

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An Ets-related member (p62 ternary complex factor) of the winged helix–turn–helix superfamily of transcription factors that binds to the serum response element (SRE) and induces transcription of fos once phosphorylated by MAP kinase.

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.


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