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GATA-1


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GATA‐1

friend of GATA‐1

Regulation of GATA1 Gene Expression

GATA-1 is required for expression of FcεRI on mast cells: analysis of mast cells derived from GATA-1 knockdown mouse bone marrow

GATA-1 mediates auto-regulation of Gfi-1B transcription in K562 cells

Ikaros interacts with P-TEFb and cooperates with GATA-1 to enhance transcription elongation

GATA-1 genome-wide occupancy associates with distinct epigenetic profiles in mouse fetal liver erythropoiesis

An Oct-1 binding site mediates activation of the gata2 promoter by BMP signaling

The role of transcriptional activator GATA-1 at human β-globin HS2

Primary sequence and epigenetic determinants of in vivo occupancy of genomic DNA by GATA1

Conserved Structure, Regulatory Elements, and Transcriptional Regulation from the GATA-1 Gene Testis Promoter

GATA-1 and NF-Y cooperate to mediate erythroid-specific transcription of Gfi-1B gene

Prognostic value of the trichorhinophalangeal syndrome-1 (TRPS-1), a GATA family transcription factor, in early-stage breast cancer

A role for Ets1, synergizing with AP-1 and GATA-3 in the regulation of IL-5 transcription in mouse Th2 lymphocytes

SP030MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENTAL GENES SIX1, PAX2, GATA3 AND SPRY1 IN CAKUT PATIENTS

GATA1, Cytidine Deaminase, and the High Cure Rate of Down Syndrome Children With Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia

The distinctive roles of erythroid specific activator GATA-1 and NF-E2 in transcription of the human fetal γ-globin genes

A comprehensive analysis of GATA-1-regulated miRNAs reveals miR-23a to be a positive modulator of erythropoiesis

A tissue‐specific knockout reveals that Gata1 is not essential for Sertoli cell function in the mouse

 

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a transcriptional activator protein that serves as a general switch factor for erythroid development. It binds to DNA sites with the consensus sequence [A/T]GATA[A/G] within regulatory regions ...

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